Bipartisan legislation introduced in Congress on Monday calls for creating an independent, 16-member national commission on security and technology challenges.
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At Mobile World Congress, hundreds of companies showed off new smart city technologies, some that are still in the start-up phase while others are being implemented in select cities.
Google said it will use existing fiber optic cables in San Francisco to bring its gigabit Internet service to some apartments, condos and affordable housing properties instead of building the fiber from scratch.
BlackBerry announced a new 60-person cybersecurity consulting service, which will include staff from its recent acquisition of UK-based Encription Limited.
As Internet of Things devices become ubiquitous, consumers will someday pay for gas, parking and tolls from their cars without using a credit card or even stepping out of the vehicle.
This week at Mobile World Congress, customers described how they plan to use several of the new apps to replace paper forms, improve service call response times and generally improve productivity for their companies.
Smart city technologies are on display again at MWC, and this year they're more advanced than ever.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg talked about the chance that a child’s first steps might be recorded in 360-degree VR to be shared anywhere. Or, he said, you could "sit in front a campfire with friends any time you want."
Both the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones look very similar to last year’s models, raising questions about how they’ll do against the iPhone.
HP targeted security-conscious business users and IT with its announcement of the Elite x3 smartphone that runs Windows 10 Mobile. It ships this summer.
LG Electronics' newest flagship smartphone, the LG G5, offers a sleek-looking metal and glass Android 6 device with an unusual new feature.
According to RootMetrics' tests in six network performance categories, all four carriers are doing well. Verizon came out tops across all the tests, however.
Meanwhile, LG today officially announced a 5.7-in. display G4 Stylus 2 smartphone running Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), with a thinner pen tip on its stylus for notetaking and drawing.
AT&T said it will being field trials of faster 5G wireless technology this summer in Austin, Texas.
Rep. Suzan DelBene, one of four congressional sponsors of the ENCRYPT Act, which would preempt state and local laws banning encryption on smartphones, cut her teeth in mobile communications for Microsoft.
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