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Deploying a mobile app securely involves third parties that make security more complicated.
In this interview, the UK's first CDO, Mike Bracken, says he will be looking for ways to set standards and get more useful data flowing across siloed agencies to improve governance...
Learn how the battle over privacy technologies could define the future of the web. This TechRepublic cover story explains the strange history and the serious consequences of the fi...
The next generation of mobile technology, 5G, is beginning to take shape. Here's what it's trying to accomplish and how. And, why 5G could be the last standard we ever need.
A number of businesses are choosing not to put their data in the cloud. The leader of an open-source project to allow firms to build a Dropbox alternative on their own servers disc...
Fairphone has pulled off the impossible by selling a phone that makes social responsibility its flagship feature. Here's the unlikely story of how the team did it, and what's next.
Finland as attempted to stimulate a startup scene with public money while avoiding too much government intervention. They helped establish some hits. Here's how they did it.
Robots of death, robots of love: The reality of android soldiers and why laws for robots are doomed to failure
A ban on smart robots on the battlefield might lay to rest our fear of Terminators, but our increasing use of robots is forcing us to ask difficult questions about the morality of ...
Munich, Germany has been on a decade-long quest to remove Microsoft software and other proprietary solutions from the city's IT systems. The controversial project was finally compl...
Eben Upton's overwhelming emotion at having co-created a $35 Linux computer that sold in the hundreds of thousands last year is surprise.