Airlines have seen almost no increase in the use of smartphones, tablets, and laptops among passengers since the Federal Aviation Administration ruled in October that they are now allowed to do so during takeoff and landing. But that's likely to change over time.
The IETF has discussed what it could do to turn its plan to protect the web from government spying into action.
Internet freedom has declined in the United States over the past year as a result of its surveillance policies, reflecting a trend that appears to have caught on worldwide, according to a recently released study.
After Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a coalition with several other major tech companies to bring the Internet to areas of the globe that remain disconnected, the tech world reacted with a mix of criticism, mockery, doubt and praise.
The 3D-printed gun has done the 3D-printing industry a service by demonstrating the broad promise of the technology, says Avi Reichental, president and CEO of 3D Systems.
In the aftermath of the revelation of Prism, the NSA's data collection program, the virtual currency Bitcoin has been pegged as a more private option; but the virtual currency may not be secure from government surveillance, either.
While many in the Bitcoin community discredit the criticism against the currency, no interested party should dive into a Bitcoin engagement without knowing the facts.
Although multiple manufacturers are expected to release smartphones with flexible display screens by the end of this year, the technology will be little more than a novelty until about 2015, one analyst says.
An entrepreneur and Second Amendment advocate says his organization is close to printing a 3D gun capable of firing multiple rounds.
Consumers getting excited about the idea of at-home 3D printers may not want to get their hopes up anytime soon, Gartner research director Pete Basiliere says.
The excitement over recent advancements in autonomous vehicle technology has elicited some optimistic expectations. But one analyst says not until around 2040.
Just 12 months ago, the ultrabook was widely regarded as the PC market's savior. Since then, it's become more of a punch line.
A airport oversight agency earlier this year published a document to its website containing sensitive security information that terrorists could potentially have used to launch cyber and physical attacks against Reagan National and Dulles International airports in the Washington, D.C. area.
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