• Take back control of your mobile bill

    Take back control of your mobile bill

    If you’re like oh…everybody else in the world, you probably think your mobile bill is too high.So we’ve asked them for some tips that may shave some money off of your next mobile bill.
  • Stolen Yahoo User Data Sold for $300K

    Stolen Yahoo User Data Sold for $300K

    The treasure trove of data stolen from Yahoo, a breach made public this week, has actually been for sale on the dark Web for several months, according to Bloomberg.Andrew Komarov, chief intelligence officer at cybersecurity firm InfoArmor, tells Bloomberg that a copy of the data was available for $300,000 in August, and three buyers emerged.
  • The Unblinking Eye: Employee Monitoring in the IoT Era

    The Unblinking Eye: Employee Monitoring in the IoT Era

    Less attention has been paid to the privacy of employees interacting with IoT in the workplace.Again, harvesting and using this data could open up a Pandora’s box.
  • The Unblinking Eye: Employee Monitoring in the IoT Era

    The Unblinking Eye: Employee Monitoring in the IoT Era

    Less attention has been paid to the privacy of employees interacting with IoT in the workplace.Again, harvesting and using this data could open up a Pandora’s box.
  • Machine Learning, Analytics Offer Untapped Potential, McKinsey Says

    Machine Learning, Analytics Offer Untapped Potential, McKinsey Says

    Incorporating data analytics' value into corporate culture is essential to competing against digital disruptors.InformationWeek spoke with one of the new report's lead researchers and authors, McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) partner Michael Chui in an interview.
  • Machine Learning, Analytics Offer Untapped Potential, McKinsey Says

    Machine Learning, Analytics Offer Untapped Potential, McKinsey Says

    Incorporating data analytics' value into corporate culture is essential to competing against digital disruptors.InformationWeek spoke with one of the new report's lead researchers and authors, McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) partner Michael Chui in an interview.
  • G Data Antivirus 2017

    G Data Antivirus 2017

    According to the G Data website, G Data developed the very first antivirus in 1985; while some dispute that claim, the company has clearly been around for a while.Compare Similar ProductsCompare Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2017 %displayPrice% Kaspersky Anti-Virus (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee AntiVirus Plus (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton AntiVirus Basic %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus %displayPrice% Avast Pro Antivirus 2016 %displayPrice% Emsisoft Anti-Malware 11.
  • AT&T to Legacy Unlimited Customers: $5 More, Please

    AT&T to Legacy Unlimited Customers: $5 More, Please

    After going seven years without a price increase, AT&T subscribers who are grandfathered into AT&T's unlimited data plan had to fork over an additional $5 per month starting last February.AT&T is raising the price of its unlimited data plans, which are no longer available to new customers, by $5 per month starting in March, according to DSL Reports.
  • FCC: Verizon, AT&T Probably Violate Net Neutrality

    FCC: Verizon, AT&T Probably Violate Net Neutrality

    AT&T and Verizon are likely violating net neutrality laws by letting subscribers of their mobile data plans stream some audio and video content without it counting towards their data caps, the Federal Communications Commission said Wednesday.In AT&T's case, the decision applies to its Sponsored Data program, which lets companies pay to exempt their streaming audio and video content from subscribers' data caps.
  • G Data Internet Security 2017

    G Data Internet Security 2017

    The antivirus protection in this suite is precisely what you get in G Data Antivirus 2017.Like Webroot, Comodo Antivirus 10, and PC Matic, G Data detected 100 percent of the samples in my malware collection.
  • Tech Tops Glassdoor's Best Jobs of 2017

    Tech Tops Glassdoor's Best Jobs of 2017

    Do you have one of the 50 Best Jobs in America for 2017?If you're a data scientist, the answer is yes, according to Glassdoor.
  • Acer Settles Online Breach for $115K

    Acer Settles Online Breach for $115K

    An investigation by the New York Attorney General's office revealed sensitive customer information was not protected by Acer for almost a full calendar year.The Taiwanese manufacturer in June revealed that a breach affected shoppers on Acer's US site between May 12, 2015, and April 28, 2016.
  • G Data Total Security 2017

    G Data Total Security 2017

    Compare Similar ProductsCompare Kaspersky Total Security (2017) %displayPrice% Bitdefender Total Security 2017 %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete %displayPrice% McAfee Total Protection (2017) %displayPrice% Trend Micro Maximum Security (2017) %displayPrice% Comodo Internet Security Complete 8 %displayPrice% McAfee Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton Security Deluxe (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee LiveSafe (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton Security Premium (2017) %displayPrice% Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 %displayPrice% Kaspersky Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Trend Micro Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus (2016) %displayPrice% That's not to say this is the best deal for a mega-suite.In addition, where their advanced feature sets overlap G Data's, they just work better.
  • AT&T to Offer 5G in Austin, Indianapolis This Year

    AT&T to Offer 5G in Austin, Indianapolis This Year

    Even as it forges ahead on preparations for the rollout of a nationwide 5G network in 2020, AT&T is planning interim speed boosts for rural customers, fiber Internet subscribers, and residents of Austin and Indianapolis that will go live in the next few months.AT&T says that more than 400,000 customers will be connected via this method by the end of the year.
  • 4 Trends In 2017 That Every Developer Needs To Understand

    4 Trends In 2017 That Every Developer Needs To Understand

    Developers need to be ready for the opportunities that quantum computing, big data, and mixed reality might bring to all computing sectors, including commercial computing, in 2017.Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and quantum computing teeter on the brink of mainstream.
  • Google Wants to Use Your Data to Make You a Dress

    Google Wants to Use Your Data to Make You a Dress

    A week's worth of data from Google's Snapshot API, which tracks your physical activity, location, and even the weather around you will be fed into an app from fashion label Ivy Revel.The result will be a dress that translates your life into a one-of-a-kind design, the so-called "data dress.
  • How To Tackle Today's Data Quality Challenges

    How To Tackle Today's Data Quality Challenges

    If your data quality is suspect, your analytics program may also be doomed.Here's a look at today's data quality challenges and how to tackle them.
  • How To Tackle Today's Data Quality Challenges

    How To Tackle Today's Data Quality Challenges

    If your data quality is suspect, your analytics program may also be doomed.Here's a look at today's data quality challenges and how to tackle them.
  • Verizon Tops Network Performance Survey

    Verizon Tops Network Performance Survey

    Despite significant improvements in the LTE networks of T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T, Verizon once again took the top spot in a biannual independent test of mobile network performance.The RootMetrics report, released this week, found that Verizon was the "undisputed leader" in terms of network reliability and coverage.
  • The Best Unlimited Data Plan: Verizon vs. T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Sprint

    The Best Unlimited Data Plan: Verizon vs. T-Mobile vs. AT&T vs. Sprint

    announced revamped, tweaked, or entirely new unlimited data plans.But just because all four major carriers now offer “unlimited” data doesn’t mean that the plans are equal.