Don't have a DD-WRT router? Get some of the same DHCP and DNS features with a Raspberry Pi.
Insurance companies see a lucrative opportunity in the rise of cyberbullying, hacking, ransomware, and revenge porn.
Apple is unwrapping iOS 11 next week at WWDC, and here are 3 features we’re dying to see.
A text-based web browser like Links can save the day when Linux experimentation goes awry and prevents you from using a GUI.
Google has launched its powerful Assistant for iOS, but it turns out that Siri is just as good – if not better – for iPhone users.
You can minimize the damage caused by malware by running Windows in Linux as a virtual machine. A virtual machine's isolation helps keep you out of trouble. Here's how to do it.
Google I/O may not have revealed any new hardware, but it did introduce a plethora of ways to integrate Google into everything we do.
Besides antivirus protection, a password manager is the most important security tool you can use—if you know what to look for and what to avoid.
Google I/O is set to kick off in just a few days, so here are three things we hope to see.
Facebook and Snapchat have big ambitions around mobile augmented reality, but Apple might be the company that makes it actually useful.
One part art-house film, one part nature documentary, one part guided meditation, Everything asks you to contemplate your place in the universe by experiencing the point-of-view of hundreds of other creatures, plants, and objects.
Some 2,000 people have already backed Jelly, a 2.45-inch smartphone that runs Nougat. Could this be the small Android phone of our dreams?
The latest version of Ubuntu doesn't have a long list of upgrades for the desktop, but these three features are worth checking out.
Smart and entertaining, this week's new and notable streaming movies cross all types of genres.
How does Clips compare to Snapchat when it comes to making fun videos? We put Apple's new app to the test.
While Unity 8 was something a lot of Ubuntu fans looked forward to, rolling with the GNOME project again has some positive points.
Here's one way to re-build the electric grid: Do it piecemeal -- with microgrids. With that squared away, we turn to figuring out what Apple is up to with Apple TV and get the details on DJI's new $1,000 Mavic drone.
Whether it's for the home or home office, a Linux server can provide an array of digital services for the family or a budding business.
The best movies now streaming include old favorites, new discoveries, and ICYMI opportunities.
Long-term support (LTS) versions of Ubuntu are released in even-numbered years. The new Ubuntu coming out in April will only be supported until 2019.
AMD's new Ryzen CPUs are generating as much controversy, confusion, and misinformation as they are excitement. We examine the perceptions and give you the reality.
Snapchat's parent company has hired mobile engineering and design talent away from Apple, HTC, and Google. Could a Snapchat phone be in the works?
Network World editors Keith Shaw and Brandon Butler compete against each other to see who can recite more digits of Pi in honor of Pi Day. Which editor wins and gets to put a pie in the face of the loser?
To celebrate the 2017 Pi Day, Network World editors Brandon Butler and Keith Shaw are preparing for the Network World Pi Day Challenge. Who can recite more digits of Pi? The winner gets to put a pie into the face of the loser. Streaming live on Facebook and YouTube at 2 pm ET on March 14, 2017.
You might think BlackBerry's KeyOne and the Nokia 3310 are the start of a renaissance for physical keypads on our phones, but you'd be wrong.