In this issue: How the standoff between Apple and the FBI spells more business for security firms. Growing threats from phony e-mails. Cellular firms betting heavily on 5G networks as their next cash cow. AT&T and Intel testing wireless airwaves for drones. How good is your state for tech innovation? Facebook’s new global telecom project. Good stock picks in the Nasdaq for dividend hunters.
Google’s big plans for home Internet. Coming apps for TV. Growing use of lasers by manufacturers. Our interview with computer scientist and author Eric Siegel. Phones and smart watches with supercharged connectivity. New threats to national security from cutting-edge technology.
Flat sales of PCs spell bargains for buyers. The market for semiconductors. Superfast home Internet service. What to make of Apple stock?
The coming of car apps, car apps and more car apps. Drones in urban areas. Robo-writing software. Generation Z — a ready market for virtual reality.
What to expect in the year ahead? Big growth for small satellites, virtual reality and augmented reality. More industry uncertainty over Net neutrality. A step to the next level for smart watches. And more.
As 2015 draws to a close, we thought it would be fun to peer into the future, with an eye on technology. Consider this report The Kiplinger Letter’s communication from the Ghost of Technology Future.
This week: A renewed focus on security. Technology to help you sleep. Hot holiday gifts. Plus an update on robots in the workplace.
A renewed focus on security. Technology to help you sleep. Hot holiday gifts. Plus an update on robots in the workplace.
A detailed look at expanding use of drones for business purposes.
New features for Internet service. Wi-Fi that uses less power to go longer distances. And more ways for law enforcement to use IT to catch criminals.