A secretive project in the Nevada desert is training U.S. Air Force officers in the growing threat of cyber warfare, which is rapidly replacing traditional weaponry in the skies and on the battlefield.
Amazon is moving into smartphones, but without a remarkable hook to snag customers, it could easily fall flat in a market teeming with worthy options.
The U.S. military plans to leverage smartphones and other mobile devices in future military operations, suggesting soldiers will soon rely heavily on handsets in the field.
In the next few years, your home Internet bills may go up… and up… and up.
Microsoft just introduced a Connected Car platform that may wreak havoc on the road instead of improving the driving experience.
Facebook is amassing the most comprehensive record of human interaction yet recorded — will it merely log user behavior, or change it?
Several Hollywood studios hope UltraViolet is the answer to falling DVD sales and lost revenue, but a crowded market of digital options could hold the new format back.
The rise of smartphones has corresponded with an increase in customers’ monthly bills, and that trend isn’t going to change over the next two years.
Amazon and Apple dominate e-books, but Microsoft’s partnership with Barnes & Noble will challenge them in a shifting digital publishing market.
Is that a police officer or a panhandler? In Ottawa, guessing wrong will cost you.