It's okay to be seen wearing an Apple Watch now, and Black Friday 2016 deals might encourage you to do just that
Stories by Bob Brown
Annual Rocket Pitch event at Babson College produces rapid-fire startup ideas from young entrepreneurs
Network analytics services vendor Nysana has upgraded its offering to enable more granular and actionable user application performance, including across unified communications, software-as-a-service and customer business programs.
Acquia Labs has no illusions of making self-driving cars or shooting things into space like Google X, but the budding applied research arm of enterprise open-source Drupal provider Acquia does have designs on a slew of new applications for what it anticipates will be an increasingly browserless world.
The Black Friday 2016 headlines are dire, with many stating the big holiday shopping extravaganza is dead or on its way to dying. We're not so sure about that...
On the heels of massive IoT-enabled DDoS attack, security experts make their pitches to SIMposium 2016 attendees
A fresh infusion of virtual reality gaming systems such as Sony PlayStation VR could make these hot Black Friday 2016 shopping items, but don't expect to get off too easy on prices.
Samsung has begun sending customers of its discontinued Galaxy Note7 smartphones special boxes designed to protect the fire-prone phablets from doing any damage on their way back to the vendor through the mail.
Level 3 Communications has cited an unspecified "configuration error" as the root cause of its nationwide network outage on Tuesday.
Social networks exploded Tuesday morning with customer inquiries and complaints because of a Level 3 Communications network outage across the United States.
Startups spill forth from Babson, Harvard, MIT and other institutions during Boston's HUBweek
Wyoming’s 250-person Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) group knew it had a good thing in its Enterprise Extensible Code Library, but it chose to keep things under wraps outside of the state until last week when members of that team attended an annual confab for state government CIOs.
More medical devices are becoming connected ones, and that’s increasing the security threat surface, said panelists this week at the Security of Things Forum in Cambridge, Mass.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Robert Silvers says his purpose in speaking at the Security of Things Forum in Cambridge on Thursday wasn’t to scare anyone, but then he went ahead and called on everyone in the room to “accelerate everything you’re doing” to secure the internet of things.
A new survey released this week reveals that while a little more than half of state CIOs surveyed consider mobile devices and apps an essential or high priority, relatively few state government apps are mobile ready or are being used by employees and external users on mobile devices.