Facebook Friend Tracking: 3 Facts
Facebook's "Nearby Friends" feature will track, store, and share your location with friends. Before you turn it on, here's what you need to know.
Luring The Elusive Cyber Security Pro
Struggling to find scarce IT security talent? Make sure your hiring managers understand the certifications and match candidates for skills fit -- not just credentials.
Hacker Weev Free After Appeal
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer, who embarrassed AT&T by exposing a security flaw, had his conviction overturned by federal appeals court.
Heartbleed: Making The Case For SDN
Software-defined networking technology could help protect against vulnerabilities like Heartbleed. It's time to develop a more mature SDN option.
Facebook Privacy: 4 Changes In Works
Facebook plans to give users more control over sharing, including new photo privacy settings and reminders about public posts. Here's what to expect.
How Apps Won The Mobile Web
The web might be the dominant platform of our time, but more people than ever prefer to experience it through Google and iOS mobile apps.
Big Data In The Home
Home security, energy management, and health monitoring tools will bring the Internet of Things to the connected home.
6 Google Play Rule Changes
Google tightens app store rules for developers to improve Android app security, integrity, and quality.
Tech Fear-Mongering Must Stop
It's time for Americans to worry more about the Luddites quashing tech innovation and progress, and worry less about job-stealing robots and privacy-invading smart meters.
3 Survival Tips For Women In IT
The technology industry -- especially the networking field -- can be an awfully isolating place for a woman. I offer three ways to cope.
Cybercrime Black Markets Grow Up
Cybercrime forums selling advanced attacks on demand are outpacing businesses' ability to defend themselves, new study from RAND finds.