These seven wireless charging devices can make powering up much less painful. Most are relatively affordable and they're great gifts for your loved ones — or for you.
The Federal Aviation Administration hasn't revealed its plans for drone registration yet, but that hasn't stopped at least one company from trying to make a buck from confusion about the rules.
The world's fastest supercomputers are getting coprocessors to boost performance, and the number of such systems will continue to grow.
A new agreement between the two companies means Google will be able to index Facebook profiles and other pages from the social network.
The biggest financial institutions in the U.S. are under renewed pressure to mandate the use of PINs with new chip-based payment cards.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise just rolled out an entire portfolio of Docker-focused products.
If you want to wipe the slate clean or eliminate what cards you read on previous days, here's what you need to do.
Thousands of mobile applications use cloud-based, back-end services in an insecure way, allowing anyone to access millions of sensitive records created by users, according to a recent study.
A Google engineer calls out OnePlus for risky USB-C cables and adapters.
Just in time for the holidays, Withings has a new $170 fitness tracker that looks like a Swiss timepiece.
The Local Guides program is dangling more carrots in order to bolster the user-contributed content to Google Maps.
The iPad Pro and Microsoft's Surface Book are nothing alike.
AT&T gets the Lumia 950 on November 20, but don't call it exclusive.
As part of the Network World Cool Yule Tools Holiday Gift Guide, here are some suggestions for gifts and techie gadgets that will spruce up your home and make it more tech-savvy.
The Federal Communications Commission is okay with Wi-Fi router hacking as long as you can't change the radio frequency parameters.
A high-resolution screen can result in very tiny text—sometimes too tiny to read easily. Here's how to fix that.