Tech giants Intel and IBM are seeking to hire Bitcoin experts, but their interest appears to be focussed on the service’s public ledger rather than the cryptocurrency itself
Mark Zuckerberg has officially allowed dozens of popular apps to operate within the realm of his Facebook Messenger
Fraudsters hacked Skype and tricked people from a contact list to send them about $5,000 over the course of a few days. Skype support, local banks and the police refused to do any...
Windows 10 will offer users the ability to authenticate themselves with biometric identifiers rather than passwords
Samsung Pay is set to come out in South Korea and the U.S. this summer. The company isn't saying much, but we tried to find out what we could about security on the platform
The design of the current smartwatches is defined by being aimed at geeks. It looks like it will again take Apple to perform its duties carefully iSplaining wearables to ordinary ...
Let's identify the main IT security and protection trends at MWC 2015.
During my first two weeks of the biochip experience I had time to mull over a lot of things. In this post I'm going to touch upon the subject of form factor.
Find out about the most interesting gadgets presented at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona
When it comes to Mobile OSes, every 3rd option conversation these days mentions the need for some “true openness”. But do we really need this kind of openness?