UK officials are calling for proposals from cities that would like to be among potentially three to host driverless car trials beginning in January.
Sprint managed to post a profit during Q2 and slowed its subscriber losses. On its earnings call, it announced a new prepaid plan with Walmart.
The opportunity to have many devices connected to the Web brings risk. An HP report finds 70 percent of IoT devices use unencrypted network services.
Efforts to reform government surveillance laws continue to push through Congress. The USA Freedom Act of 2014 is the latest step in that direction.
The companies, along with Applied Communications Sciences, developed the proof-of-concept under the auspices of DARPA.
The offerings will include the controller and starter kits to get organizations up and running on ACI quickly.
Apple is said to have purchased BookLamp and be in the process of buying Swell. The first is the Pandora of talk radio and the other the Pandora of books.
AT&T's Best-Ever deal, at $160, is the best that AT&T can do, said T-Mobile CEO John Legere, announcing four lines of service for $100.
A group of Dell experts, customers and partners, as well as analysts and journalists, debate the issues of security in a rapidly evolving IT world.
The sale is the latest move by the networking vendor, which is streamlining its operations and focusing on high-growth areas.
A Canadian court denies bail to a man accused by the U.S. Department of Justice of hacking into defense contractor Boeing's network.
The latest version of the Android Skype app allows users to populate their Skype contact lists with other contacts stored on their smartphones.
A security researcher claims that Apple is collecting a lot of personal data without user knowledge. Apple denies these allegations.
While AT&T’s new business strategy may have been instigated by T-Mobile, it says the changes are proving good for business and for customers.
The free Wifi in Uber vehicles will be tried out through Labor Day in the City of Brotherly Love.