Forget learning lock-picking: At Cebit, Digiwell will fit you with an NFC chip that will let you open doors without a key.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has a new business model for the clothing retail, fitness and PC gaming industries: Get into the modeling business.
New York got its first taste of free gigabit Wi-Fi in January, when CityBridge turned on its first LinkNYC hotspots. Now it's Berlin's turn.
Small businesses with global ambitions will soon have a new cloud partner -- at least wherever Vodafone has data centers.
Japan's Mizuho Bank is considering using blockchain technology to speed the cross-border transfer of financial instruments.
Legislators in France are trying to make the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation jealous of their French counterparts.
In-flight Internet provider Gogo plans to boost access speeds after a legal spat with customer American Airlines over slow service.
Cisco Systems is buying in some chip expertise that could help it in the datacenter.
Facebook may be abusing a dominant position in the market for social networks to impose unfair privacy policies on its users, Germany's antitrust authority suspects.
NTT Communications is adopting OpenStack in its public cloud, and introducing a bare-metal option to its hosted private cloud offering. It is also expanding connectivity and management tools for hybrid cloud environments.
The Privacy Shield agreement is intended to guarantee the personal information of European Union citizens the same privacy protection when processed in the U.S. as it would receive at home. Here are five things to know about the agreement.
The European Commission has detailed the steps businesses must take to comply with the Privacy Shield data protection agreement, reached in principle with U.S. authorities earlier this month.
Oral B's next toothbrushing system will have accelerometers, gyroscopes, a Bluetooth link to a smartphone app, and cloud storage. Have they left anything out?
The most frustrating thing about Oppo's SuperVOOC fast-charging demonstration at Mobile World Congress is waiting for the battery to discharge so that they can run it again.
Determining indoor location based on Wi-Fi signal strength is easy enough if you know precisely where the access points are located, but gathering that information across a wide area is time-consuming. What, though, if you could offer an indoor location service while crowdsourcing the information needed to provide it?