A study from consulting firm Infosys shows consumers globally are far more relaxed about sharing their private data than we knew and far more relaxed than they should be
A new technology will make it ridiculously easy to see if you are carrying or have consumed drugs or touched or have explosives on you.
Gibbs ponders how the cell carriers gouge us for a few extra cents.
Incompetent bosses don't know enough to know they don't know enough ... that's why the wrong people get hired and $#!+ doesn't get done.
Cyber espionage is coming of age but the problem with weapons like Stuxnet is that they will be used against us.
Microsoft is making lots of weird decisions; has the company reached its dotage?
The government's increasing surveillance of us should make you very uneasy because they're determined to know what they don't know, whether you like it or not.
Analysis: Microsoft is pushing some stalwart products onto extended support, but instead of shutting out Windows XP, why not set it free?
Five cool geek projects that could change your life. Or at the very least get you excited.
Powerline networks operate by sending a modulated carrier signal over your regular AC wiring.
What this all boils down to is a problem with free speech.
What do you do if you are an iPhone or iPad owner and don't have one of the anointed printers? Do you go and buy yet another printer?
Millions of smartphones have secret rootkits embedded on them. Gibbs thinks this is a bit of a problem.
Gibbs has a bit of an obsession with maps and he loves him his iOS apps.
What can IT learn from Steve and Apple?