Don't mess with Texas. Or anyplace else the Internet reaches. Dallas-based DeepNines Technologies is working to secure corporate networks with edge-of-the-network software.
U.S. armed forces and civilian workers are setting the pace with their use of chip cards -- a technology that's going to get a lot more use throughout the government thanks to a new federal mandate.
The mobile Web gets split in two...Star Trek communicators and next-generation robots get developed...climate change is coming...and the FCC gets a new leader. Plus, one-offs and other news in The Week in Review.
With a new investment from Intel, E Ink comes a step closer to broadly commercializing its electronic ink technology.
Correcting the record.
Far from inhibiting the imagination, Augmented Reality is allowing researchers to create story characters that can interact with readers.
Andrew Madden, a former Red Herring editor, launches his alarm:clock column, covering the business of technology startups. This week: Dilithium Networks.
For Israeli troops, getting fast access to enemy surveillance images is all in the wrist.
States are now legislating against emerging technologies...the world of new media expands into the movie business...Apple seeks to stamp out piracy...and more.
Get ready for the biggest technology trial in years, with the entertainment industry looking to quash peer-to-peer and piracy for good.