Potential customers are taking notice of Samsung's efforts to reinvent itself as a top-tier supplier for 5G wireless networks and bridge a big gap with market leader Huawei and industry heavyweights Ericsson and Nokia.
The FTC has been investigating revelations that Facebook inappropriately shared information belonging to 87 million of its users with the now-defunct British political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica
€50 million fine under the GDPR – French Data Protection Watchdog flexes its muscles: what does it mean for you?
Even for businesses not subject to the GDPR, the decision gives a taster of how New Zealand privacy law is likely to develop as the Privacy Bill makes its way before Parliament, write Hayley Miller and Campbell Featherstone of Kensington Swan
The vehicle was built to drive six-tenths of a mile (1 km), but ended up covering 28 miles (45 km) and lasting longer on Mars than any other robot sent to the surface of the Red Planet.
Broadband speed 10 times faster than current fastest residential product will be available in January 2020
IBM is introducing Cloud Integration Platform so customers can better integrate data securely no matter where it resides in on-premises, private, hybrid or public cloud.
Tech giant addressed Donald Trump, 5G security concerns and how discussions with Britain's GCHQ led to a near total rewrite of its software.
CEO Mike Jenkins sees more growth ahead with their ‘co-pilot approach’ with customers
IT and business leaders developing AI projects must separate reality from myths to devise their future strategies, says Alexander Linden of Gartner
A Saudi Arabian government app that allows men in the country to monitor and control their female relatives' travel at the click of a button should be removed from Google and Apple's online stores, a U.S. politician and activists said on Wednesday.
With the latest update, Tableau users can type plain English queries to generate data visualizations, further lowering analytics’ barrier to entry
A man-in-the-middle (MitM) attack is when an attacker intercepts communications between two parties either to secretly eavesdrop or modify traffic traveling between the two. Detecting MitM attacks is difficult, but they are preventable.
Chinese technology giant Huawei has said that it welcomes the scrutiny that it has experienced over the past couple of years.
Mergers and acquisitions are a fact of life for CIOs, so embrace these changes as opportunities to grow your career and organisation
IBM Watson services arrive in versions that can run on the public cloud or on privately hosted container infrastructure
Biometric authentication uses physical or behavioral human characteristics to digitally identify a person to grant access to systems, devices or data. It has the potential to make authentication dramatically faster, easier and more secure than traditional passwords, but companies need to be careful about the biometric data they collect.
Starts new role in March
The portal will form the largest patient information ecosystem in New Zealand, says project sponsor Neil Beney of Northland DHB
Palm oil users tap satellite technology to track deforestation, as pressure grows on them to source the ingredient responsibly
‘Digitally determined’ organisations on the rise, CDO titles decline: IDC looks at the next chapter of DX across NZ
IDC looks at digital transformation trends across the globe, and their impact on New Zealand