Limited data plan? No problem—we have some simple tricks that can help you cut back on data usage.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the world wide web, called on governments around the world to open up their data to the public.
Bold graphics tell a human story that spreadsheets cannot.
The social network clarifies its data use policies in the wake of a class-action lawsuit settlement.
Engineers at the University of Washington developed a pair of devices that can successfully exchange data at speeds of up to 10kbps over a distance of up to 1 meter.
What if the NSA took your text message metadata and made a flowing, colorful diagram with a timeline?
Programming languages can be intimidating to learn, but researchers at MIT show that it's possible to write programs in plain english—for some things, anyway.
U.S. consumers should be able to reclaim control of their personal data from data brokers, websites and other companies, a member of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission said Wednesday.
If you don't use a password to unlock your computer, smartphone, or tablet, most encryption software won't protect your private or proprietary data if the device is lost or stolen.
Almost two-thirds of data breaches in 2012 could be attributed to negligence or human error and system glitches, reported the eighth annual Ponemon Global Cost of a Data Breach study.