Barnes & Noble is purchasing bankrupt Borders' database, which contains information regarding 48 million customers. Customers will have 15 days to opt out of the system.
Facial recognition technology is on the rise and the FTC is taking notice.
UK man convicted a mobile phone while driving, having no insurance and not being in a position to have proper control
How does the federal government go about implementing green IT?
From IT geeks winning millions of dollars to Google mush-brain syndrome, 2011 is shaping up to be one wacky year.
From IT geeks winning millions to Google mush-brain syndrome, 2011 is shaping up to be one wacky year.
With increasing frequency it seems agencies of the government are looking to tap into the public conscientiousness to gather information.
Keyboard typing and messaging are the way of future no doubt but at the cost of cursive writing? That seems to be the trend.
The fight against hackers is hurt by public apathy and lack of collaboration with the law enforcement community, a Congressional report concludes.
When it comes to saving data center energy few companies would have the expertise of Google, which has some of the largest data centers in the world.
The mobile computing technology explosion has brought out seriously organized, international and profit-driven cybercriminals.
Despite a push to bulk up its security expertise, the FBI in some case lacks the skills to properly investigate national security intrusions.
Microsoft researchers are experimenting with a programmable, low-cost prototype switch they say could help support cloud or other network-delivered services.
NASA's Mercury mission, Space Shuttle retirement dominate very busy space season