IT

In the rapidly changing world of known and unknowns, the new age of answers thrives; the global age awakens the truth, a new messiah cometh. How literate are we to cope with the new global age challenges and why the business world is so much immersed...

If the walls could talk, they'd probably chat with your Samsung Smart TV: The Internet-connected set may be listening in on users' personal conversations. As first reported by The Daily Beast, Samsung's Smart TV privacy policy includes the following warning. "Please be aware that if your spoken...

Increased adoption of electronic health records is helping pharmacists who work for payers and pharmacy benefit management companies improve outcomes, offering access to high-quality clinical data....

Adobe Flash, the standard that animated the early Web, is going the way of the dinosaurs—even YouTube has now transitioned to HTML 5. And its already battered reputation has taken further hits this year thanks to three serious security vulnerabilities that have emerged in just...

Twitter Chief Executive Dick Costolo will take the microphone later today to talk about earnings and the company’s user growth. But it’s what the CEO recently said in an internal forum that has most people’s attention Thursday. According to internal messages obtained by The Verge, Costolo...

Healthcare industry, listen up: you're a prime target for cyberattacks. If you don't think so, just ask Anthem – or virtually every IT security expert out there. They're all saying the same thing. "This should serve as yet another wake up call for those...

Despite the Silicon Valley echo chamber, starting a company remains easily among the most risky career moves for workers. The stress of the job can easily lead to burnout or long-lasting mental health issues. Failures, despite being lauded in some corners, still too often harm...