Take a look at this eWEEK slide show to find out why Apple’s most successful years may be behind it.<div
Deputy Prime Minister Clegg kills so-called “snooper’s charter” bill, which would allow broad government monitoring of private communications. But is
The latest in a series of updates Google has made to the Play Store continues to make the Android
When I became a CIO, I thought I knew what day-to-day business would be like. I was so wrong.<br style="clear:
Update to 1986 Electronic Communications Privacy Act would require police to demonstrate probable cause before accessing someone’s email or stored
Two-factor authentication is a good step. But for securing many sites, Twitter included, it’s not enough.
Samsung may have proudly announced the Galaxy S4 would have the world’s first 5-inch 1080p display using their Super
Britain can’t take advantage of the growing worldwide cybersecurity economic boom unless more young people take up IT as a
Now 36 highly trafficked stations in New York City offer wireless service from T-Mobile and AT&T, as well as WiFi
Australian police trumpet hacktivist mastermind takedown, but Anonymous dismisses him as a wannabe.
Today’s Windows 8 laptop-tablet hybrids can already do some pretty neat transformational tricks. Intel’s Haswell-packing North Cape prototype, however,
Samsung’s OLED screens have made significant improvements, putting the Galaxy S4’s display on par with the iPhone 5’s LCD screen.<br
Skype is already the most popular VOIP and videoconferencing app in the world, but there’s plenty of room for
More smartphones than feature phones shipped in the first quarter, an industry first, says IDC.
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Privacy and education experts sound alarms about the movement to capture and analyze more and more student data, even as
Microsoft has now confirmed that the next Xbox will be unveiled at the Xbox Campus in Redmond on May
The household penetration rate of tablets is up 17 percent year over year, while the penetration rate of smartphones is
Agency shifts focus to layered capabilities and cyber as a tactical weapon, as budget constraints and new threats affect plans.<br
New reports reveal what Microsoft would not in its recent earnings meeting: Windows 8’s 7.5% share of the tablet space