New Mac-based security threats jumped in 2011, but still remain far below that of Windows PCs, according to a posting by F-Secure Labs.
At the International Consumer Electronics Show, Buffalo Technology previewed a prototype of what will eventually be its first 802.11ac wireless router, estimating the data rate at 1.3Gbps.
Vendors at CES 2012 will show the future of Wi-Fi: multi-gigabit data rates. First products are expected as early as mid-year.
Emerging details indicate that the Carrier IQ smartphone application does exactly what the vendor says it does and may not be the nefarious threat it seemed at first to be.
Apple Thursday issued a statement that it stopped supporting a controversial Carrier IQ software that is intended to collect smartphone performance data for carriers.
If the iPhone 4S was a disappointment to the technorati, it's not to the millions who have already bought one. A survey shows 96 percent of iPhone 4S owners are either somewhat or very satisfied with the device.
A "lost" interview with the late Steve Jobs, from the mid-1990s, will screen at 19 U.S. theaters for two days next week.
A new iOS app from Brainshark lets Apple iPad users accurately view full-blown PowerPoint presentations on the tablet.
It may be taking flak on the Internet, but Apple's new iPhone 4S seems destined to be as successful as the old iPhone.
HP has started laying off workers associated with last year's billion-dollar acquisition of Palm, as it closes down the mobile device business it planned to base on webOS.
Secure iPads plug employees into real-time corporate data, speed a range of business processes at software vendor MicroStrategy. Uses bloom as IT creates secure access and data.
A blocky attachment to an iPhone lets police officers snap a close-up of a suspect's eye and compare it to a database of scans. The system can ID a suspect in seconds
Wi-Fi that can sustain multi-gigabit data rates edged closer to reality as the WiGig Alliance published the latest spec for gigabit Wi-Fi.
A hosted service lets IT groups create a centrally managed online "store" for all mobile apps, whether internally written or residing on the Android Market or Apple's App Store.
Android and iOS mobile devices now can be corralled by a Smith Micro device management application unveiled this week at the Interop show in Las Vegas.