Street View images from different periods can now be compared to see how places have changed over time.
Archives for April 2014
NIST’s Cybersecurity Framework takes on new context for industry execs in light of FTC lawsuit against the Wyndham hotel chain over data security lapses.
It’s estimated 100,000 healthcare professionals abuse prescription drugs, endangering patients and hospitals. Video, bar coding, and even robots could bring the number down.
Patches are just band-aids. Heartbleed’s long-term effects will force companies to reassess how they deploy and manage technology.
Facebook’s “Nearby Friends” feature will track, store, and share your location with friends. Before you turn it on, here’s what you need to know.
BAE Systems’ leakage-prevention Secure Information Broker Appliance program edits info your organization doesn’t want outsiders to see.
Wearable devices made for the enterprise will offer more immediate value than BYOD programs. Here’s why.
Google makes Crimea part of Russia on the Russian version of Google Maps and draws protests and scrutiny.
In a project to make financial disclosure and campaign contribution data public, Georgia turns to Captricity’s hybrid system, which combines machine learning and human intelligence to digitize handwritten forms.
Tweets reveal whether you have influenza, according to Penn State researchers.