Learn more at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
Hear him speak at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
Hear more at Wearable World Congress, May 19-20.
Productivity doesn’t require proximity.
Global reach, local quirks.
The innovations that wove the Net into our lives.
These days, everyone can automate their households.
Enterprises ascend, spies abound and drones descend. A look back at the the enterprise in 2013.
Big data was on the move in 2013 thanks to NSA snooping, improved tools and a need to connect the dots.
Dolphin Graphics is using everything from QR codes to Dropbox to adapt to the times.
Dude, you’re getting space on the public cloud.
Intel and AMD probably won’t lose sleep over the possibility—yet.
Google will serve up all your Gmail images directly—which may be good for you, but bad for the folks tracking you via email.
A new 5-foot tall, 300 pound robot uses what it sees, feels, hears and smells to alert authorities to potential criminal danger.
You are the weakest link. Goodbye!
Microsoft’s chief lawyer equates NSA snooping to malware and cyberattacks and offers governments(!) expanded review of its code.
Joyent expands support for the popular development framework to nearly every server and cloud base.
With more than 235,000 developers in its ranks and upwards of 88,000 active applications in development or in production, you bet this is big money.
Google wants to leapfrog Amazon’s dominance in cloud computing by making it available to everyone.
Very soon, your smart watch will talk to the Internet directly.