Ransomware, a threat that has been in the news in recent weeks, grew aggressively during the first quarter of the year, according to Kaspersky Lab.
According to a survey of more than 2,000 respondents, 18 percent of those who admit to being tech savvy are more likely to become victims of identity theft.
AR and VR are often grouped together. That makes sense in most cases, but doing so can lead to oversimplification. It seems that AR will have a broader set of uses in business, and that adoption is well under way.
Google is making progress in its Android security efforts and significant dangers exist. The two facts are not contradictory. Hopefully, the balance will continue to tilt toward progress and away from insecurity.
The idea that supply chains to corporate customers are not secure is a new and distressing take on Android security vulnerabilities.
We must discuss the ramification to businesses and their employees and customers: the IoT security risks.
The machines indeed may be able to take over, as machines are abetted by hackers.
Kevin Gilroy, executive vice president and head of Samsung Business, says given the size of the demand for 2-in-1 PCs, there’s plenty of room for both Samsung and Microsoft.
The new 5G standard, which promises to just about wipe away the gap between wireless and wired connections, will be a huge step forward. Carriers weigh in on their plans.
Years after the industry resigned itself to two strong players and a bunch of wannabees in smartphone OSes, the third player may be arriving.