This Smart Credit Card Might Soon Rule Your Wallet

A smart credit card could communicate directly with banking institutions.

3 Steps to Successful Bot Management

Bots drive plenty of online traffic and agencies need to figure out how to deal with them.

The Free Market Won’t Fix Botnets, Government Report Says

The government should create incentives for good security in the internet of things.

Now It's Industry's Turn to Come Up with Botnet Fighting Ideas

A Commerce Department center is seeking partners to make internet-connected devices more secure.

How to Reduce Your Screen Time in 2018

If your New Year's resolution is to fight that tech addiction, here are some helpful tips.

2017 Was Marked by Continuity and Confusion in Cyber Policy

The Kaspersky ban, WannaCry and big changes at State Department topped the news cycle.

Virginia Beach Is Using an IoT-Enabled Sensor Network to Predict Flooding in Real Time

Local officials are hoping high-resolution, hydrodynamic models using fluid physics will improve preparedness and response in a low-lying region vulnerable to flooding.

Gadgets to Make Holiday Travel Easier

Travel will never be stress-free, but you can get close.

Think Twice About Buying Internet-Connected Devices Off eBay

Buying a second hand gadget can potentially expose the user to some pretty extreme scenarios.

A Roomba of One’s Own

We don’t truly own our devices.

How the 2017 Tech Predictions Stacked Up

Here are the predictions that came true—and one that didn't.

Scientists Have Connected 3D-Printed Objects to the Internet Without Electronics

Rejoice! We have finally connected a laundry detergent bottle to the internet.

The FCC Plans to Kill the Open Internet; Don’t Count on the FTC to Save It

The FTC does not have specialized expertise in telecommunications.

All the New Software Amazon Announced at Its Huge Developer Conference

Amazon is trying to make artificial intelligence services a cornerstone of its quickly-growing cloud business.

GAO: FCC Needs to Consider How Connected Toasters Could Clog the Spectrum

The internet of things could eat up spectrum, but the FCC isn’t doing enough to anticipate strains.

What Artificial Intelligence in Hands of Adversaries Means for Cyber Defense  

Governments and businesses need to prepare for the cyberattacks AI can make more effective.

A Fight Is Brewing Between Congress and the Military Over Cyber War

Should in-theater commanders be allowed to launch attacks that currently require approval from the national command authority?