• ARM Boosts IoT Security With New Chips, Cloud Platform

    ARM Boosts IoT Security With New Chips, Cloud Platform

    As the US deals with the aftermath of last week's major cyberattack, the company that makes many of the chips embedded in the IoT devices used in the attack unveiled a new product intended to boost their security.But Mbed Cloud provides device manufacturers a crucial new tool: over-the-air software updates.
  • ARM on IoT Security: 'You Need to Worry About This'

    ARM on IoT Security: 'You Need to Worry About This'

    —According to security experts, the cyberattack that shut down large portions of the Internet in the US last week was extremely easy to predict.The most obvious solution, as it is for most things in the tech industry these days, lies in the cloud.
  • Healthcare's Looming Disruption: How Can IT Prepare?

    Healthcare's Looming Disruption: How Can IT Prepare?

    Tech workers generally have an affinity for experimenting with new technology that could shape their future.Before her six years at Gartner, Craft's career included work in data management, analytics, and application delivery at hospitals and universities.
  • Healthcare's Looming Disruption: How Can IT Prepare?

    Healthcare's Looming Disruption: How Can IT Prepare?

    Tech workers generally have an affinity for experimenting with new technology that could shape their future.Before her six years at Gartner, Craft's career included work in data management, analytics, and application delivery at hospitals and universities.
  • Next-Gen Texting Experience Rolling Out to Sprint Android Users

    Next-Gen Texting Experience Rolling Out to Sprint Android Users

    Google on Friday announced that it's teaming up with Sprint to launch Rich Communications Services messaging to the carrier's customers using Android devices, starting today.This move makes Sprint the first carrier to support the new messaging experience.
  • Google Slams Proprietary Fast Charging on Android Devices

    Google Slams Proprietary Fast Charging on Android Devices

    A recent update to Google's Android documentation attempts to discourage handset makers from using proprietary charging methods like Qualcomm's Quick Charge.Instead, Google "strongly recommends" that, alongside the increasingly common Type-C standard, manufacturers adopt USB Power Delivery—which Google implemented in its recent Nexus and Pixel devices for fast charging.
  • Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 835, Quick Charge 4

    Qualcomm Unveils Snapdragon 835, Quick Charge 4

    It will start to show up in consumer devices in early 2017, Qualcomm said.Last week, Google criticized third-party charging technologies for modifying the voltages of Android-powered devices beyond default levels, explaining that they may interfere with its own USB Type-C quick charging technology.
  • What Healthcare Analytics Can Teach The Rest of Us

    What Healthcare Analytics Can Teach The Rest of Us

    Their value is in what they say about us, not the data itself.In addition to using traditional business intelligence solutions, there is data flowing from hospital equipment, medical-grade wearables, and FitBits.
  • What Healthcare Analytics Can Teach The Rest of Us

    What Healthcare Analytics Can Teach The Rest of Us

    Their value is in what they say about us, not the data itself.In addition to using traditional business intelligence solutions, there is data flowing from hospital equipment, medical-grade wearables, and FitBits.
  • Sense Home Energy Monitor

    Sense Home Energy Monitor

    But that can get expensive if you want to monitor every device in your home.Or, you can hook up a smart power monitor, like the Sense Home Energy Monitor ($299), that connects directly to your electricity panel and uses a cool mobile app to tell you what devices and appliances are drawing power and when.
  • Tech Giants: IoT Security Is Terrible, Here's How to Fix It

    Tech Giants: IoT Security Is Terrible, Here's How to Fix It

    The plan, published on Tuesday by the Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group, argues for a major shift in the way device manufacturers approach security.They should be "restrictive instead of permissive," meaning instead of automatically allowing Internet traffic, in some cases without a password or firewall, IoT devices of the future should be inaccessible to inbound connections by default.
  • F-Secure Safe (2017)

    F-Secure Safe (2017)

    Compare Similar ProductsCompare Symantec Norton Security Premium (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee LiveSafe (2017) %displayPrice% Kaspersky Total Security (2017) %displayPrice% Bitdefender Total Security Multi-Device 2017 %displayPrice% McAfee Total Protection (2017) %displayPrice% Trend Micro Maximum Security (2017) %displayPrice% McAfee Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Symantec Norton Security Deluxe (2017) %displayPrice% Comodo Internet Security Complete 8 %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Complete %displayPrice% Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 %displayPrice% Kaspersky Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Trend Micro Internet Security (2017) %displayPrice% Webroot SecureAnywhere Internet Security Plus (2016) %displayPrice% Pricing for this service is unusual, in that it starts at $49.When you purchase F-Secure Safe, you get a link to the My F-Secure online portal.
  • Gartner: Enterprise Mobile Devices Yet To Show Their Strength

    Gartner: Enterprise Mobile Devices Yet To Show Their Strength

    But the trend is toward more flexible and mobile devices, Gartner said, after taking a June-August survey among 9,592 respondents in the U.But mobile device adoption is by no means mature.
  • Gartner: Enterprise Mobile Devices Yet To Show Their Strength

    Gartner: Enterprise Mobile Devices Yet To Show Their Strength

    But the trend is toward more flexible and mobile devices, Gartner said, after taking a June-August survey among 9,592 respondents in the U.But mobile device adoption is by no means mature.
  • Official: Samsung Pushing Software Update to Remaining Note 7 Devices to Stop Them From Charging (Updated)

    Official: Samsung Pushing Software Update to Remaining Note 7 Devices to Stop Them From Charging (Updated)

    Starting December 19, Samsung will begin pushing a new software update to remaining Galaxy Note 7 devices in the US that have not yet been returned.That software update will prevent devices from being able to charge and will them “eliminate their ability to work as mobile devices.
  • Get Smart With Stacey: Prepping the Connected Home for New Owners

    Get Smart With Stacey: Prepping the Connected Home for New Owners

    If you have smart home questions you'd like me to answer, send an email to [email protected] is specific to WeMo and the other is generally about moving and trying to figure out what to do with your smart devices.
  • Your Kids Will Probably Hate Comcast Digital Home

    Your Kids Will Probably Hate Comcast Digital Home

    Are your kids spending too much time on their smartphones, responding to snaps during dinner and video chatting when they should be doing homework?The feature will bundle network controls into the ISP's wireless gateways, which combine a Wi-Fi router, DOCSIS 3.
  • Securifi Service Kills Botnets Hijacking Your Devices

    Securifi Service Kills Botnets Hijacking Your Devices

    Available as an add-on to the Almond 3 Wi-Fi router, the service can automatically detect devices on your home network that are prone to Mirai-like botnet attacks.99 per month for a limited time, Almond 3 routers will detect if a network is compromised and—if it is—identify zombie devices participating in DDoS attacks.
  • Airlines Can Stop Warning Passengers of Galaxy Note 7 Risk

    Airlines Can Stop Warning Passengers of Galaxy Note 7 Risk

    The Federal Aviation Administration lifted its requirement for Galaxy Note 7 pre-boarding announcements by airlines.In August, reports surfaced of the Galaxy Note 7 overheating, burning users, and, in some cases, exploding.