It bodes well for data transfer between cities and the digital economy.
There aren't many less likely ways to die, however.
A new program at Oral Roberts University is requiring freshmen to wear Fitbits and share data with their professors, raising privacy concerns.
It took a couple of hours to build a program to trick the system.
Drivers say the data they generate for Uber—even when they don't have passengers—contain value that they're not being compensated for
It'll transmit data back to Earth about 90 times faster than your typical earthly internet connection.
Canada's secretive spy agency is left crossing its fingers.
It's the world after personal data: all identifying information is illegal. No servers, no search records, no social, no surveillance. A pair of satellites, circling the planet, make sure the data centers are turned off—and stay off.
Samsung smart TVs may be showing pop-up ads based on what you’re watching.
Who are the sleep data brokers?