The Weather Company’s new Android app uses mesh networking to spread data between phones over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
As many as 20 percent of the population is without access, and the service disruption is thought to be politically motivated.
The nonprofit behind Wikipedia is teaming up with Google to work on algorithmic discussion monitors.
Conflict over government access to encrypted data will inevitably reignite under President Trump.
A study of how the brain reacts to security alerts led Google to test a new way to warn people that their computers may have been infected with malware.
Even though quantum computers don’t exist yet, security companies are preparing to protect against them.
D-Wave’s new device is its most advanced yet, but some researchers still question its value.
Trump’s pick to regulate the telecom industry is pro-business, anti-regulation, and relaxed on privacy.
As companies embrace technologies such as the Internet of Things, big data, cloud, and mobility, security must be more than an afterthought. But in the digital era, the focus needs to shift from securing network perimeters to safeguarding data spread across systems, devices, and the cloud.
A small study found that the app’s recommendations weren’t quite as good as those from Google News, but is the trade-off worth it?