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A security issue in some of D-Link routers could allow attackers to change the device settings without requiring a username and password. D-Link says it will address the problem with a firmware update by the end of the month.
Several charges and fees appear on bills for technology long after they should no longer apply. Here are some of the worst offenders; be aware.
Novatel Wireless' latest device for vehicle tracking can be self-installed and has an accelerometer and GPS combo that can keep a close eye on driving habits.
Cisco Systems has released security patches for authentication bypass, command execution and denial-of-service vulnerabilities affecting products that use its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software, as well as the Cisco Catalyst 6500 series switches and Cisco 7600 series routers.
A radio-shielded lab is part of an expanded S.F. Innovation Center for helping startups.
Mountain View is installing new Wi-Fi hotspots in parts of the city to supplement the poorly performing network operated by Google.
Intel announces a new version of its embedded Atom chip, as well as a new "gateway" line for designers of intelligent consumer devices.
Actual technologists should be appointed to server on a group reviewing the nation's surveillance technologies, IT-related groups say.
Today’s switches, routers, and other network equipment stymies Facebook from making the most efficient use of its network and the Internet, says the company’s head of network operations.
The latest version of Nokia Solutions and Networks software for running mobile carriers is virtualized, pointing toward a future of fully cloud-based systems that could help operators run even more efficiently and roll out new services more quickly.
Edward Snowden’s access to information he shouldn’t have known existed raises questions about whether he had help collecting information, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee said Thursday.
Last month's awarding of the 2020 Olympic Games to Tokyo could be great news for technology.
The low-power wireless technology will help to manage wireless charging, thanks to a partnership between the Alliance for Wireless Power and the backers of Bluetooth.
Dish Network looks like the most likely candidate to buy the bankrupt would-be LTE carrier LightSquared.