The Government Cloud will include a multitenant, FISMA-compliant cloud infrastructure that will let federal, state and local agencies share apps.
The next iPhone reportedly will be made of Liquidmetal, a material that might not do everything the T-1000 could but is still like nothing you've ever seen.
Microsoft and Intel take aim at the iPad, with 32 new Windows 8 tablets expected to be released this year, according to a report.
A hacker who posted racy photos gloating about his hack of police officers' home addresses didn't realize the pictures were GPS-tagged and time-stamped.
With the coming post-PC architecture, sensor, device and cloud components will form a new multi-machine OS with built-in solutions for security and ID management.
More than a quarter of U.S. health care providers in a recent survey experienced a breach of patient data in the past year, continuing an upward trend.
Sophos has identified a Trojan horse masquerading as a Android version of the game on some unofficial apps stores.
A new survey by the Telework Exchange shows that only 21 percent of feds regularly telework, and most of them are paying their own way.
CMAS can send text-based emergency alerts to all mobile phones in a targeted area, though many phones aren't yet equipped to receive them.
The PROTECT Initiative will use a database of phone and tablet serial numbers to render lost or stolen devices inactive and educate the public on protective steps.
CAC and PIV cards will move to smart phones in 2012, creating a new model for access control, according to observers' predictions.
Fewer than half of personal devices used for work have basic security protections, and the numbers are even lower for smart phones and tablets, a new survey finds.