Everysight is putting the finishing touches on its new augmented reality Raptor glasses designed for cycling. Cyclists will be able to view data, including speed, heart rate and navigation, on the transparent lens display, as well as record their rides for later review.
The kind of marketing strategy you pursue on social media can make all the difference. Jordan Kasteler looks at eight companies -- including Pampers, Cisco and Staples -- that stand out on social media and how they achieved their results.
T-Mobile launched an option allowing customers to use multiple phone numbers on one phone. The DIGITS program works across a variety of devices, including smartphones and wearables.
President-elect Donald Trump's approach to cybersecurity raises major concerns with industry experts, says former National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden. The things Trump said about security during his campaign indicates a lack of understanding when it comes to serious cybersecurity matters, Hayden says.
Microsoft struck a deal to make Windows 10 compatible with Qualcomm's Snapdragon processors for use in notebooks and tablets. Those products are expected to be available in 2017 and could challenge Intel for dominance in Windows-based devices.
Supercell's head-to-head "Clash Royale," a free game that encourages players to spend, beat out "Pokemon Go" as Apple's official pick for Game of the Year. In fact, the Niantic game didn't even make Apple's top 10, with "Reigns" and "Inks" taking second and third place, respectively.
Darktrace created its Enterprise Immune System as a proactive security measure that uses behavioral analytics to monitor for system threats at enterprises. The tool allows network technicians to monitor data packets in real time so they can locate the root of problems and fix them.
Apple is getting involved in self-drive vehicle creation and has added its own thoughts on security and risk to the debate. "Apple believes that companies should invest the resources necessary to protect individuals' fundamental right to privacy," said Steve Kenner, Apple's director of product integrity.
Consumer watchdogs claim that children's toys that use smart technology could pose a security and privacy risk to users. Toys could be a target for hackers who could get personal information about households.
The Alternative Investment Management Association and KPMG surveyed more than 100 hedge fund managers and found that 60% have doubts about how well their data is protected by government entities. Sixty-four percent of respondents said they have no plans to spend more on cybersecurity.
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