Just another week in ThreatWatch, our regularly updated index of noteworthy data breaches.
The president wants to treat the Internet like a utility, which could trigger new government tolls.
Applicants have submitted check-ins at restaurants and movie theaters, parties and sporting events, to show they were in the United States.
The findings should raise eyebrows particularly for government customers, who put a premium on protecting sensitive information.
The sapphire is used to cover the iPhone’s camera lens and fingerprint reader.
Lapses in cybersecurity leave hospital records and patients' medical devices open to exploitation.
VA is now taking bids for commercial software to replace a clunky 1980s-era system for scheduling medical appointments.
The number of creations under open 'Creative Commons' licenses has doubled since 2010
Immigrants Use Social Networking to Prove Residency
Applicants have submitted check-ins at restaurants and movie theaters, parties and ...
Are Federal Agencies Ready for Apple Pay?
In 2015, mobile payments will accelerate and constituents will expect federal agencies to support ...
Is Facebook Doomed?
The social network's future dominance is far from assured.
The FCC Plans to Increase Your Phone Bill to Build Better Internet in Schools
Federal regulators want to spend an extra $1.5 billion every ...
Why We Need an ‘M-Government’ Movement
The time has come for governments globally to take a hard look at their capacity to provide ...
The iPhone Case That Can Call the Police
A startup in Pittsburgh has designed a smartphone case and app to deter assault and help catch the ...
China Poised to Dominate E-Commerce by 2018
One of the factors that helps drive rising e-commerce sales is consumer confidence.
Americans' Share of Online Global Population is on the Decline
As more people access the Internet in more diverse ways, the established ...
BlackBerry Says It’s Staging a Comeback - But Nobody Told the Feds
The company has installed a new leadership team, slashed operating ...
Android Dominates Around the Globe But Still Snubbed by Silicon Valley
The problem with Android is really a problem of perception