The US federal government is trying to move more into the cloud, but service providers' lack of transparency is harming adoption, according to Arlette Hart, the FBI's chief information security officer.
The company is currently only selling a HomeKit-enabled lock from Schlage’s stable.
VirusTotal, the most widely used online file scanning service, is now executing suspicious Mac apps submitted by users inside a sandbox to generate information that could improve the analysis and detection of Mac malware.
Samsung remains the top smartphone vendor worldwide, followed by Apple.
It may not be long before you can try out an app directly from Google search.
The revolution will have to wait, I guess.
AVG's Chime mesh-network router promises to also mask your internet activity.
New options let you delete the offline version of backed-up images and downgrade the quality from photos saved to your cloud.
Google made a big move to woo developers Wednesday, announcing that they can now create compute instances on the company's cloud platform with custom configurations of virtual CPUs and memory.
Microsoft gets into sci-fi publishing with free “Future Visions” anthology.
Amazon quietly added two-factor authentication as a security option for account holders in recent weeks. Here's how to activate it.
Part security camera, part home environment monitor, this attractive box gets the job done.
Microsoft Graph aggregates everything that you give it permission to and provides that context to apps, including those written by Microsoft as well as third parties.
It would be tough for Microsoft to top the seismic waves it created at last year's Connect developer conference when it announced the open-sourcing of its .Net application framework, but this year the software giant has plenty up its sleeve.