The search giant's new project aims to make phones more secure by loading a microSD card that serves as a security powerhouse.
Mozilla wants to keep patent-encumbered technology off the Web. But H.264 compression is widely used, and a deal with Cisco means Firefox can use it.
The head of BBC Worldwide claims "Top Gear" will continue to be a moneyspinner as he looks forward to the launch of the BBC's iTunes-style store.
Technically Incorrect: There will, supposedly, be "definite evidence" that we are close to a very close encounter sooner than we might think.
If you use FileVault and wish to restart remotely, you can do so with the "fdesetup" command; however, this does have some hardware limitations.
A new gadget soon to be hitting the consumer market means you won't even need to remember a single password. All you have to do is scan your eye.
Technically Incorrect: John Podesta, a senior White House adviser who's leaving to, reportedly, head up a Hillary Clinton bid for the presidency, says his biggest regret on departing is not securing the release of "the UFO files."
Data breaches rose 49 percent last year, says a study. And hackers are changing their priorities from short-term spending sprees with stolen card info to long-term mischief with your identity.
Security concerns reportedly may prompt Apple to step up its in-store vigilance to safeguard expensive new gear like the gold Apple Watch.
From Target to Home Depot to JPMorgan, this year was a bad one for massive security breaches. Expect more of the same next year.