In an important move toward an open government, President Obama orders agencies to make their data available to the public
Surely all of us are geeks practice safe browsing habits, keep your OS updated, and perhaps most importantly keep
In Cisco study of IT leaders, just 36% of respondents call themselves “innovators,” while 15% characterized themselves as “firefighters.” “Ghost”
If you’ve made the switch from iOS to Android, you probably noticed that there is one big feature missing
Former British government IT and EMC U.K. executive Bill McCluggage will lead national IT strategy for Ireland.
Britain is biggest user of social networks in Western Europe, with Facebook the favorite destination, says study, but Nordics lead
Initial sales data says Samsung’s flagship smartphone has taken an early lead over HTC’s.
NEC has developed a new voice control system for smartphones and tablets that works even in really noisy environments.
Telemedicine expert Rashid Bashshur says mobile health technologies must integrate with EHRs to make accountable care organizations work.<br style="clear: both"
Windows 8 has left a lot of folks fuming. Can Windows Blue win them back?
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Personal mobile devices still present huge security challenge, say HIMSS Analytics focus group participants.
Nokia’s new phone, $99 without contracts or subsidies, will compete with low-cost Android devices in emerging markets.
The Ouya was a smash hit on Kickstarter, and it’s due to arrive late next month and usher in
Antivirus pioneer and former fugitive from justice in Belize John McAfee shares more about his code-slinging and drug-smuggling past.<br style="clear:
LinkedIn has changed extensively in its first decade. Check out our 10 tips on recently revised features and how to
Former national health IT coordinator moves to the vendor side, aims to use high-speed mobile data infrastructure to give patients
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Satire site The Onion details multi-pronged Twitter account takeover strategies used by hacktivists.