Stories by Networkworld Staff

In Pictures: 7 commonly overlooked ways to tighten cybersecurity

It's OK to be paranoid about every last detail when it comes to security.

In Pictures: 9 nifty things we found in our first hour with Android L

Android L is full of tweaks and enhancements. Here are just a few!

In Pictures: 10 best Android smartphones of 2013

2013 was a big year for the Android smartphone ecosystem.

In Pictures: Top 10 productivity apps for Windows RT

The apps that will help users get the most use out of their Windows RT devices.

In Pictures: 10 examples of mobile health around the world

Health care workers in the developing world are using mobile phones to address critical health needs ranging from maternal mortality to HIV testing to clean water. Here are 10 examples of mobile health around the world.

In Pictures: Winning Windows 8 tablets for travel

At a Clover Trail coming-out party, Intel showed off its mid-range Windows 8 hybrid devices. Here's a look at the features of some of the new Clover Trail devices that make them a winning choice for your next travel PC.

In Pictures: London 2012 - robo-cams go for Gold

Hi-tech cameras and robots capture the Olympic events in stunning imagery.

Briefs: BT Considers Spinoffs

Like many U.S. carriers, British Telecommunications PLC is considering separate tracking stocks or spinoffs for some of its businesses. For example, BT announced it will establish a separate stock listing for a U.S. telephone-directory publisher it bought last year and will consider such moves for its Internet access and wireless divisions. BT, whose overall stock price took a dive in February after it reported earnings pressure due to domestic competition, is AT&T Corp.'s partner in building a global voice and data network.

Briefs: CNT Rolls Out IP Network Capability

Computer Network Technology has rolled out IP network capability for its storage-area network (SAN) products. Two of CNT's UltraNet Open Systems Directors are now able to transmit data over the Internet using software dubbed SAN Over IP. SAN Over IP is designed primarily for backing up network data, data replication, warehousing or to make underutilized storage available.