If we can change people's behaviour we won't be so at risk from cyber attacks.
The recent cyber attack on the Dyn infrastructure shows why the internet of things poses a risk to us all.
Data surveillance has become increasingly invasive and its scope has broadened.
A recent massive distributed denial-of-service attack by compromised Internet of Things devices highlights a growing cyber security threat.
Space tourists will need someone to show them around. This is just one of several jobs that currently don't exist but are expected to be a reality with in a decade.
A year after its launch, Windows 10 continues to evolve and improve upon its predecessor. However, the privacy concerns still haven't gone away.
Until recently data was largely retrospective, telling a story of the past. Real-time feeds are revolutionary.
Our homes are getting smarter and more connected – but at what cost to energy use?
Governments too often hinder change, when instead they should aim to foster an organic innovation ecosystem. This is more about bottom-up innovation than top-down schemas.
Smart home technologies have some major security weaknesses that better design and programming could solve.
In an age of data-driven urban science, we need to remember how Jane Jacobs gave voice to the multiple languages, meanings, experiences and knowledge systems of a vibrant city.
New and imagined digital technologies have important ethical implications. We should devise relevant social norms through a high-profile, public, collaborative process.
Imagining possible futures can help us plan a secure information technology environment for the years to come.
Bad guys or law enforcement could hack into our networked gadgets to spy on everything we do – and it's not clear how a laptop's video camera or an Amazon Echo fits within wiretapping laws.
Nest's decision to render its Revolv hub products useless shows how far the home automation industry has to go.
Apple's 40th birthday comes just as the firm is facing a new challenge from the rise of the Internet of Things.
Millions of new devices are going online as the Internet of Things expands. But many have security or privacy holes. Here's what to look for to keep yourself safe online.
With the addition of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth the new Raspberry Pi is even easier to put to good use.
If we can solve the privacy issues, placing trackers on people and the things we make can teach us a great deal about ourselves and the world around us.
It won't happen overnight but it will happen.