The Internet is running out of IPv4 addresses. Prepare now for World IPv6 Day, the biggest test yet for the Internet routing technology that we’ll all one day use.
There’s an increasingly popular trend of workers buying and using their own equipment for work tasks, bypassing conservative IT departments.
The tablet age is upon us whether we want it or not, but what do business users actually use tablets for?
Motorola's Atrix is perhaps one of the best phones to come out of CES this year, but it hides an even more impressive feature: Windows virtualization.
Security researchers have shown that many popular phones can be knocked offline by carefully crafted text messages, which could lead to a new type of denial-of-service attack.
The California Supreme Court says cell phone data can be searched without a warrant, providing a powerful reminder to businesses to take data security seriously. Here are first steps.
VIA brings its first dual-core chip to the market. Although it's easily outflanked by Intel and AMD offerings, business users may find much to admire in the Nano X2.
Overclocking a cell phone promises noticeable performance boosts, but it also carries risks that could write-off your pricey investment.
Surveys about cloud usage consistently list security as the main issue, but it could be job security that’s holding back cloud adoption.
As the new year got underway, Hotmail lost the inboxes of an unknown number of users, leaving them fuming. Cloud providers must do better.
What's virtualization, and more importantly, what can it do for you? Here's a quick technology primer for the busy manager.
If you find techobabble confusing, here's what 'cloud computing' means to you.
Did the iPhone really change the world? Maybe not, but it ushered in lots of new technologies that have changed the face of technology for the better.
The Google Chrome Web Store is less than a month old, but it’s already looking very healthy. We pick out five of the best productivity apps.
Oracle makes its first major release of VirtualBox and brings with it a new extension pack structure that should allow third-party expansion.