BlackBerry executive Nader Henein says that before security weaknesses can be addressed, healthcare providers need to take a long, hard look at their networks and rebuild them from the ground up.
GCHQ's new arm will test strategies and schemes for businesses and industry to follow in future.
People don't always mean to pry, but if you have Outlook open while they're standing nearby, they might see appointments you'd rather keep private. Using a custom view, you can hide them.
Network ASIC provides incredible throughput performance at the cost of flexibility. Barefoot Networks' Tofino chip could help provide x86-like flexibility with ASIC performance.
Ask iPhone owners for their list of wants from the next iPhone and a bigger battery is always at the top of the list. This wish may finally come true, but at a steep price.
In Baltic terms, Estonia may lead the pecking order in technology, but ambitious new tax initiatives show neighboring Latvia is breathing down its neck.
HPE's SecureData for Hadoop and IoT, unveiled at RSA, aims to protect sensitive IoT data at rest, in transit, and in use.
"The Greatest Show on Earth" offers some helpful lessons on running a complex IT department.
IBM and ServiceNow will focus on automating manual business processes for Global 2000 companies.
Credit Suisse will cut up to 6,500 more jobs in 2017, as Chief Executive Tidjane Thiam pushes ahead with a major restructuring which he said on Tuesday might now no longer include floating the bank's Swiss business. The additional job cuts come after Switzerland's second-biggest bank reported a 2.44 billion Swiss franc ($2.43 billion) net loss for 2016. Since taking over just over 18 months ago, Thiam has been on a cost-cutting drive while shifting the business towards wealth management and putting less emphasis on investment banking.
Investors are buying up physical cobalt anticipating that shortages of the metal, a key component of lithium-ion batteries used in electrical cars, will spur prices to their highest levels since the 2008 financial crisis. Prices for cobalt metal have climbed nearly 50 percent since September to five-year peaks around $19 a lb as stricter emissions controls boost demand for electric vehicles, especially in China, struggling with ruinous pollution levels in some cities. Consultants CRU Group say electric car and plug-in hybrid vehicle sales could hit 4.4 million in 2021 and more than six million by 2025, from 1.1 million last year.
T-Mobile US Inc, the No.3 U.S. wireless carrier, reported quarterly profit and revenue above estimates as promotional offers helped add more subscribers. The company has been gaining share from bigger rivals Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc in an oversaturated U.S. wireless market. T-Mobile had a number of promotional offers in the fourth quarter, including a free iPhone 7 offer with eligible trade-in around Black Friday.
The latest results showed a wide gap between economists, who were criticized for being too optimistic late in the last economic cycle, and market expectations that have sent bond yields and the U.S. dollar soaring and pushed Wall Street to record highs. Trump has promised sweeping tax cuts for individuals and businesses, infrastructure spending, and deregulation to boost growth, which in the long recovery from the financial crisis has been weaker than in past expansions. Investors have taken those proposals as a green light to buy stocks since the U.S. election, lighting a fire under financial shares in particular.
By Makiko Yamazaki TOKYO (Reuters) - After a day of delays and confusion, Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Tuesday it expected to book a $6.3 billion hit to its U.S. nuclear unit, a writedown that wipes out its shareholder equity and will drag the group to a full-year loss. Hours earlier on Tuesday, the battered conglomerate rattled investors by failing to release its earnings on schedule, saying initially it was 'not ready' and then announcing later it needed more time to probe its Westinghouse nuclear business after internal reports uncovered potential problems. The figures eventually released were numbers that have yet to be approved by its auditor and Toshiba cautioned investors that a major revision was possible.
LONDON/FRANKFURT (Reuters) - PSA Group is holding talks with General Motors about buying its European Opel division, the French carmaker said on Tuesday, a deal which would increase competition for market leader Volkswagen . The maker of Peugeot, Citroen and DS cars is "exploring a number of strategic initiatives with GM with the aim of increasing its profitability and operating efficiency, including a potential acquisition of Opel," a spokesman said. The confirmation came after sources told Reuters earlier on Tuesday that the two companies were in advanced discussions to combine PSA with the U.S. carmaker's Opel business.
U.S. producer prices rose more than expected in January, recording their largest gain in more than four years amid increases in the cost of energy products and some services, but a strong dollar continued to keep underlying inflation tame. The Labor Department said on Tuesday its producer price index for final demand jumped 0.6 percent last month. Despite the surge, the PPI only increased 1.6 percent in the 12 months through January.
By Se Young Lee and Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's special prosecutor's office said on Tuesday it would again seek a warrant to arrest Samsung Group chief Jay Y. Lee, a suspect in a graft investigation that may topple President Park Geun-hye. Lee, the third-generation leader of the country's top conglomerate, was questioned for more than 15 hours by the special prosecutor's office on Monday. The prosecutor is also seeking the arrest of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd executive Park Sang-jin.
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks opened slightly lower on Tuesday, with the "Trump rally" pausing ahead of a testimony by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that will be scrutinized for clues on the timing of the next interest rate hike.
Health insurers Aetna Inc and Humana Inc walked away from their $34 billion merger deal on Tuesday, after a U.S. judge ruled in January the combination would stifle competition in the private Medicare Advantage program for retirees. After the Jan. 23 court ruling, Aetna and Humana had said they were weighing whether to appeal the decision and extend their agreement, which was set to expire on Feb. 15. Aetna and Humana announced the deal in July 2015, just a few weeks before Anthem Inc and Cigna Corp said they would also combine.
Waiting for Apple to add wireless charging to the iPhone so you can be like your Android buddies? Here's how to add the feature for yourself.
Google announced the launch of Android Wear 2.0 with a couple new watches from LG. We continue to hear more about rumored upcoming phones as well.
How much does the electricity needed to charge a smartphone over the course of a year cost? Under a dollar? A few dollars? Tens of dollars? Hundreds of dollars? The figure will surprise you.
More and more companies are moving to edge computing to distribute their incoming big data. Find out why.
The plan is to use Argo AI to develop a virtual driving system for Ford's fully autonomous vehicles slated to hit the market in 2021.
The potentially dangerous and harmful implications of biases programmed in algorithms need to be addressed and possibly regulated. Who can we trust to oversee such regulations?