• 2017 Threat Landscape: The Security Architecture and Operations Playbook

    2017 Threat Landscape: The Security Architecture and Operations Playbook

    Download Security and risk pros have the challenge of using finite budgets to protect their business from every possible attack type in the threat landscape.One strategy for approaching this challenge is to use historical attack trends to prioritize protections against the most highly probably attacks.
  • Be careful! More and more apps are silently listening to you

    Be careful! More and more apps are silently listening to you

    The team looked for apps with SilverPush’s code inside, along with code from other companies offering similar services such as Lisnr and Shopkick.It discovered SilverPush technology inside 234 Android applications, all of which listen for ultrasonic audio clips embedded in audio from a television, and do so without your knowledge.
  • The Value of Threat Intelligence: Ponemon Study

    The Value of Threat Intelligence: Ponemon Study

    Download The Ponemon Institute recently commissioned a report: The Value of Threat Intelligence: A Study of North American and United Kingdom Companies.The study revealed such findings as:- 70 percent of security industry professionals believe threat intelligence is often too voluminous and/or complex to provide actionable insights- Organizations neglect to share essential threat data with board members and C-level executives, despite the fact that security is now a business priority- Security teams within organizations are not optimized to deliver on threat intelligenceThe inadequacy of organizations' processes and reporting techniques creates additional challenges for prioritizing threat data.
  • SATISFYING APPLICATION PERFORMANCE NEEDS: Legacy network technology falls short in the cloud era, but the move to software defined WAN promises relief

    Nobody wants to solve a problem just by throwing money at it, but that's literally what many enterprises are doing as they focus on adding costly legacy bandwidth capacity to deal with network-related application performance issues.Relatively few, though, are fully utilizing the tools that would provide visibility into the network and more cost-effective management over performance, although many are eagerly exploring software-defined network (SDN) technologies.
  • Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom

    Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom

    The unlocked ZenFone 3 Zoom ($329) packs a massive 5,000mAh cell into an attractive metal body, for some of the best battery life we've tested.In terms of real-world performance, the ZenFone 3 Zoom is smooth.
  • Qualcomm Boosts Midrange Processor Power

    Qualcomm Boosts Midrange Processor Power

    A slew of midrange phones with faster LTE, better Wi-Fi, and dual cameras arrive soon thanks to a pair of new Qualcomm chipsets announced today.) Both chipsets support USB-C, which means we should see USB-C as an even wider standard on midrange phones this year.
  • This absurdly overengineered smartwatch crawls, tilts, and slides on your wrist

    This absurdly overengineered smartwatch crawls, tilts, and slides on your wrist

    However, because of a watch’s location on your wrist, and our need to use our hands and arms for other things, this isn’t always possible.For example, if you’re carrying a large item which requires both hands, and a notification comes through, the screen angles and tilts towards you automatically.
  • Machine Learning Survey Report: Hope or Hype?

    Machine Learning Survey Report: Hope or Hype?

    Without a doubt, there is currently a lot of noise in the market around machine learning.But is it all hype or does machine learning offer a new hope for IT?
  • 10th Anniversary iPhone 8 Expected October

    10th Anniversary iPhone 8 Expected October

    To celebrate the smartphone we're expecting a revolutionary 10th anniversary iPhone 8, and now we're hearing that phone won't suffer any delays and will arrive in October.In fact, we can expect three new iPhone models to be unveiled in September and sold in October.
  • Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Art lenses, tankless diving, Shazam for birds

    Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Art lenses, tankless diving, Shazam for birds

    Hammocks are often lighter to carry, faster and less complex to set up, and offer better all-around comfort to boot.For starters, they require properly spaced and sized trees to be useful, and most can only hold one or two people.
  • Are Android devices really easier to hack? We asked the experts

    Are Android devices really easier to hack? We asked the experts

    The negative news on Android security comes so thick and fast that it can be hard to put into perspective.Looking back on 2016 in a blog post, the Android security team admitted that roughly half of the Android devices in use at the end of 2016 had not received an update for at least 12 months.
  • Weekly rewind: Hydrofoil boogie boards, a 100-year-old hybrid, AI explained

    Weekly rewind: Hydrofoil boogie boards, a 100-year-old hybrid, AI explained

    Your wireless carriers are doing better, and we have the numbers to prove it We constantly complain about our wireless carriers, yet we put up with them anyway.Alongside death, taxes, and the Star Wars prequels, wireless carriers are something we must accept.
  • Apple Pledges $1B to Boost US 'Advanced Manufacturing'

    Apple Pledges $1B to Boost US 'Advanced Manufacturing'

    During a Wednesday interview with CNBC "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the Cupertino tech giant has been thinking about how it can get more people in the US to do "advanced manufacturing.He added that Apple is "not satisfied," however, with the number of jobs it's created here so far.
  • BlackBerry's KeyOne proves keyboards aren't dead yet

    BlackBerry's KeyOne proves keyboards aren't dead yet

    The BlackBerry KeyOne runs against the current grain of wafer-thin phones with oversized screens.Speaking of which, there are a lot of pre-installed BlackBerry apps, like WorkSpaces, a Google Drive alternative; the famous BlackBerry Messenger; BlackBerry Hub, which shows all your notifications in one place; Password Keeper, which stores your passwords in one secure location; and more.
  • 2017 State of Data Analytics Report

    Data-driven decision making and analytics technology is revolutionizing the way companies do business.Is your company differentiating itself with data, or falling behind?
  • Nissan Fights Distracted Driving With Faraday Cage Armrest

    Nissan Fights Distracted Driving With Faraday Cage Armrest

    Can't seem to pry your eyes away from your smartphone, even when you're behind the wheel?The automaker on Tuesday showed off the Smart Shield, an armrest in the Nissan Juke lined with a Faraday Cage.
  • Logitech’s iPad keyboard case will last four years on a single battery charge

    Logitech’s iPad keyboard case will last four years on a single battery charge

    54-pound, $99 Slim Folio keyboard offers an eye-catching design that brings to the table one particular standout feature that for some could be a deal maker: A whopping four years of battery life.Just think how many iPads you might go through on a single charge of the Slim Folio.
  • Jelly Is the World's Smallest 4G Smartphone

    Jelly Is the World's Smallest 4G Smartphone

    That push comes from the smartphone manufacturers and the mobile networks, both of which want more of your cash.This is probably the first time you're hearing about Jelly as it's being offered through Kickstarter by Unihertz.
  • Samsung Gear 360 (2017) review

    Samsung Gear 360 (2017) review

    In many ways, the first Gear 360 felt like an experiment – Samsung dipping its toes into the water.The Gear 360 retains the design spirit of the old Gear 360: an eyeball-shaped unit with two wide-angle lenses on either side.
  • Americans Can't Put Down Their Phones, Shut Off the TV

    Americans Can't Put Down Their Phones, Shut Off the TV

    A new report from market research firm eMarketer reveals that US adults are now spending more than half their day—12 hours and 7 minutes, on average—consuming media.That includes nearly six hours with digital media on a mobile device, desktop, laptop, or tablet and four hours in front of the TV; nearly 1.