Thanks to Lenovo, Intel and FIDO, passwords finally may be on their way to becoming well and truly dead.
A serious weakness has been discovered that endangers Wi-Fi users. The problem is made worse by the fact that the problem is in the WPA2 standard, not a specific device or network.
The highest profile challenges to 5G are technical. However, inserting a layer of antenna between end-user devices and the macro cell towers across the country is a huge task.
The Ingram service is aimed primarily at organizations that have a small number of business executives interested in using Samsung smartphones to access their applications.
It may not be surprising to learn that AT&T and Verizon are spending the most money on fiber in the United States. What is noteworthy may be that they are being public about it.
The number of quality problems for Apple, particularly this close to the end of the year, is nearly unprecedented.
The fracturing of the electric grid in Puerto Rico means that the cell towers more or less are all off line.
The meeting transcript capability from Zoom employs machine learning algorithms to convert the words spoken in a video conference into text.
Assuming normal development cycles, by this time next decade, we’ll likely be up to our armpits in machines that are arguably smarter than we are.
The Department of Homeland Security is mandating all departments and agencies spend the next 30 days identifying security software in their systems from Kaspersky Lab.
Mobile security is a never-ending back and forth between law breakers and those protecting their data, networks and the public. The news this week from that front is not particularly encouraging.