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The Internet of Things Has Arrived, Let the Games Begin

The Internet of things (IoT) has exploded onto the scene, bringing us smartphones that track health data, drones that monitor wildfires and onesies that alert parents when their baby starts to move. IoT more

HTC Vive vs. Oculus Rift: Virtual-Reality Headset Face-Off

The virtual-reality (VR) market is swelling with a growing number of products joining the space. Chief among them (for now, at least) are the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. Both VR headsets offer outstanding designs, more

Graduation 2016: 5 Tips to Get an 'A' in IT Security

As the class of 2016 enters the workforce, graduation season serves as a reminder to organizations to keep in mind the human factor of security and re-evaluate how they're educating employees on IT security risks. The more

China's ZTE to Sell Its Flagship Axon 7 Smartphone in U.S.

ZTE's Axon 7 flagship smartphone, which was released in China in late May, will be coming to the United States soon, as the Chinese company continues its push into North America and around the world. The device more

Intel Launches Latest High-End Xeon E7 Chips, and Server OEMs Sign On

Intel this week rolled out the latest generation of its Xeon E7 server processors, unveiling a family of 14nm chips with more cores per chip (up to 24, rather than 18), instruction threads (48 from 36) more

Samsung's Galaxy S7 Active: A Rugged Smartphone for Tough Workplaces

Samsung's new Galaxy S7 Active is a ruggedized version of its top-of-the-line Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones that hit the market back in March. The S7 Active is aimed at customers who work in demanding more

From Smartphones to a Robot, Asus Shows Off a Variety of New Products

When Asus debuted its latest products at the recent Computex 2016 trade show in Taiwan, it had something for almost everyone, with three new flagship ZenFone 3 models, its latest 2-in-1 notebooks, a new more

10 Ways to Protect Social Media Passwords From Hackers

Over the last several days, several high-profile accounts, including those owned by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and artist Katy Perry, have been hacked. The hacks, which arguably were hardest on Zuckerberg, who more

How OPSEC Can Improve Enterprise Security

Security is a two-way street for both attackers and defenders, as both groups need security to ensure successful operations. The concept of operational security, or OPSEC, is one that has existed for generations in both military more

Why Amazon's Metal Fire HD 10 Should Appeal to Tablet Buyers

The tablet market is suffering, with year-over-year shipment numbers declining each quarter, but apparently Amazon didn't get the memo. On June 2, Amazon launched a new version of its Fire HD 10 tablet, featuring more
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