Event-Driven Medicine Holds Great Promise
Research shows that wearables and biosensors can help clinicians collect enough data to pinpoint the abnormalities in a patient's biomarkers that require attention.
Web Becomes Less Free
Censorship, lack of privacy, and other ills threaten the health of the Web, says World Wide Web Foundation.
InformationWeek 2014 Mobile Security Survey
Securing company data on mobile devices is the top concern when it comes to mobile security. Respondents worry most about data loss due to lost or stolen devices, and less than half of respondents feel confident that data is protected.
Geekend: Oculus Rift Tourism
The tourism industry hopes to lure us with virtual reality previews of destinations viewed with the Oculus Rift and other VR headsets. Will it backfire?
Cisco Reveals Analytics Strategy
Cisco says insights can't wait for data to travel from Internet of Things devices to the data center. Its solution: Analysis at the network's edge.
Google News Will Shut Down In Spain
A Spanish law that takes effect in January will require payments for including article snippets in Google News, and Google says the price is too high.
4 Worst Government Data Breaches Of 2014
Government agency breaches pale in comparison to private sector companies' problems, but government did get hacked in 2014. Look at the four biggest incidents.
Cloud Storage's Race To Zero
The race to provide free unlimited cloud storage can't end well, not for the vendors -- or the customers who believe they have finally found a free lunch.
The Long Death Of Project Hosting Sites
Last month, Microsoft and Google bypassed their own code hosts to post major code projects on GitHub. The once-favored hosts have begun a long, familiar decline.