Aruba touted software designed to help companies speed up secure integration of mobile devices and IoT objects into their networks.
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The lessons Apple learns will be instructive for other smartwatch makers and will shape how all types of wearable gadgets evolve in the next 20 years.
As expected, Apple removed the headphone jack from the upcoming iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to make way for a more wireless future.
AT&T and Qualcomm will be testing drones on commercial 4G LTE wireless networks to test how they can operate safely and more securely when out of sight.
Some suggestions: Watch the device as it's charging and stop if it overheats, or take it back to the place it was bought and see if the retailer can help.
Iris scanner technology is emerging in smartphones, including the new Samsung Note 7, but is expected to come soon to cars and ATM machines to verify a user’s identity.
Growth in smartphones will only reach 1.6% for all of 2016, mainly because of sales declines in developed markets, according to IDC.
Education and planning are key, cyber-security expert Tyler Cohen Wood says.
Nearly a fifth of shoppers would avoid at a retailer that has been a victim of a cybersecurity hack.
MIT researchers have found a way to transfer wireless data using a smartphone at a speed about three times faster and traveling twice as far as existing technology.
Last year, private-sector companies globally spent more than $75 billion on security software to safeguard their systems and data. Has all that spending made private sector data and systems any safer?
Global smartphone sales jumped 4.3% in the second quarter compared to a year ago, but iPhone sales declined for the third straight quarter, market research firm Gartner said.
Three civil rights groups have filed a complaint against Baltimore City police for using cell site simulator technology to investigate potential crimes.
Google Fiber is reportedly hoping to rely on wireless technology instead of fiber-optic cables in about 12 major cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas, where it has planned faster internet service.
The U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center will soon provide classified supply chain threat reports to critical U.S. telecommunications, energy and financial businesses.
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