Nobody knows exactly what hardware will be used when humans finally set foot on Mars.
Ensuring that minorities have access to the Internet is crucial to the economy.
In less than a year’s time, retailers hope to have “chip-and-PIN” card readers up and running.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler seems like he’s readying for the fight.
The Secure Data Act is a homerun for security and privacy and is a good step towards reasserting U.S. competitiveness in building secure systems for a global market.
New innovations are critical to meet increased performance demands.
No company is immune to data breaches, even major corporations.
Retailers must be held to higher standards to protect consumers.
The patent troll epidemic is, fortunately, starting to change.
Why is it that the market has not responded to the privacy concerns that are so prevalent among American consumers?