VPNs offer people a way to read content and communicate with friends without the prying eyes, and that scares governments across the world – especially in the UAE.
Developers using HTML5 do not miss out on attracting mobile device users, while still providing a good product for those people using a desktop.
We live in interesting political times around the English-speaking world, with the UK voting for Brexit, the US seeing the rise of Trump, and Australian politics offering more back-stabbing than House of Cards.
We might try and plan a music festival itinerary, in reality we all still rely on a smartphones to meet up with friends and work out where we want to party into the early morning – and this means we need our phones working for three days.
WiFi is nearly ubiquitous today, with most homes, offices, and coffee shops set up to provide wireless internet access. However, the technology has only been in widespread usage for little over a decade and is still in its infancy – with the Internet of Things the next frontier.
The improvement from standard definition television to 1080P was only a few years ago, but as 4K televisions start to come down to more affordable prices – is it time to upgrade again?
Much has been made of the so-called “sharing economy”, but a new UK-based app offering car borrowing and insurance by the hour actually makes good on the terminology.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has the ability to revolutionise the modern city, providing the data and automation needed to improve efficiency, drive down costs, and better connect citizens with state services – but only once governments move to embrace the technology.
You probably don’t think about it very much unless you’re using your smartphone to type a long email to a co-worker or are engaged in a heated debate with a friend, but your mobile keyboard likely plays a huge role in helping you communicate smoothly and quickly.
It isn’t possible to prepare for every possible outcome, but it is possible to recognize the warning signs of a new and potent type of threat. That’s why the story of a China-based lottery website and a massive POST flood DDoS attack cannot go ignored, especially by organizations using hybrid DDoS solutions.