Humans May Form Backbone of Mobile Networks

A wireless infrastructure of the future could be supported by small sensors housed in smartphones and carried by people.

Cisco Plots the Internet's Path

Consumers will pay for Internet connectivity in a much wider range of ways by 2025, according to a new report.

Notebooks Push Asia Pacific Sales Spurt

The Asia Pacific PC market sees strong growth, IDC analysts report.

Cashless Society? Not Soon, Futurists Say

The amount of cash in circulation is continuously increasing and the vision of a 'cashless society' will not become a reality in the foreseeable future.


Tablet Sales Jump in Asia

Analysts expect tablet shipments to triple in five years in most Asian countries.


Facebook Users Gripe about Erosion of Privacy

A new survey by security firm Sophos reveals Facebook users aren't taking online privacy issues lightly.

Valentines Bearing a Virus Not So Loving

A security vendor offers tips for avoiding malware and password-guessing hackers with deviant Valentine plans.

Identity Protection: A Bigger Worry Every Year

Cybercrooks are targeting social networks and online banking, but users are becoming more aware of the risks, study reports.

If Google Departs China, the Goods Go to Baidu

China's homegrown search engine could dominate to an even greater degree if Google leaves China in wake of hack.

Cybercrooks Target File-Sharing Networks

Security experts at Kaspersky Labs warn that cybercriminals are shifting their focus from worms and spams to file-sharing services.

What Motivates Virus Writers? Money

While the whole world struggled with the challenges posed by the recession, malware continued growing unaffected, F-Secure says.

Software Piracy A Growing Problem for Microsoft

In the past two years, more than 150,000 people unknowingly purchased counterfeit software that carried viruses or malware.