New tools for data protection come in many forms, all designed to thwart the bad guys, at the annual security conference. Take a look at the selection.
IT security pros meet against an omnipresent backdrop of recession and uncertainty.
A new study shows that the more young adults play video games the worse their relationships become with family and friends.
A Brigham Young University study links video games to diminished relationships with family, friends.
Technology professionals are concerned about job cuts and stagnant pay in 2009, a survey shows.
An MIT computer science research team has developed software dubbed list.it that's designed to computerize many of the things people currently do through sticky notes.
The Key2SafeDriving technology uses RFID or Bluetooth to link a car key to a cell phone and stop drivers from talking or texting.
Both Verizon's in-store systems and online portal were overloaded with demand for the newest Blackberry device.
A report find armies of PCs are being co-opted in large number to fuel twice as many attacks as last year.
The current economy is affecting IT budgets, but spending won't fall like it did during the dot-com downfall, Gartner says.
NFL time wasting, scary data breach numbers and the truth about Green IT.
As Microsoft, VMware and others evolve their virtualization technologies, third-party vendors work to provide complementary management and automation capabilities.