Protecting Against Cyberattacks in a Remote Worker World
Companies should invest in training to help employees ward off social engineering attacks, which use social media, personal profiles, and websites.
EU Fines Google $5B Over Android Restrictions
The European Commission says Google has engaged in anticompetitive practices to "cement the dominance of its search engine" on Android devices.
PC Shipments Expected to Decline
Annual shipments of desktop computers, notebooks, and tablets are expected to fall to 418 million units in 2021, a 0.8% drop from 2016.
Samsung Takes to the Cloud with Joyent Deal
Joyent's cloud platform could power virtual reality and artificial intelligence applications on Samsung's smartphones and mobile devices.
Cyber Monday Heading for Record $3B in Sales
The traditional splurge in online shopping follows a historic jump in online sales over the holiday weekend.
Cybercrime Costs to Soar to $2T By 2019
Survey predicts businesses will be paying four times as much as this year in cybercrime costs.
CFO Aims to Help BuzzFeed Get ‘Dominant’
Among the Web's hottest sites, BuzzFeed is getting newsier, going strong in video and making hay with native advertising.