Quantum computers. Car hackers. Plans for Windows. Space robots.
Here are the latest updates in technology. This week, we focus on augmented reality, Windows 10, connected devices and telemarketing.
Fighting off cyberthieves. Growing costs of cybersecurity. Advice from the Federal Communications Commission on new Web services. Lessons learned from the SpaceX rocket fail. The impact of the strong dollar on global information tech sales. Surprising buyers of smart-home technology. Slow-loading websites lose sales.
Advances in robotics. Tougher oversight of federal telecom rules. Paying for privacy. Making headway on getting high-speed Internet to rural areas. Another dot-com bubble ahead? And tech jobs among Kiplinger’s 10 best jobs for the future.
Doing away with passwords. Business opportunities stemming from breaches of federal computer systems. New communications technologies. The next target for privacy advocates. Health guidance from fitness devices. Online learning goes mobile.
Growing interest in digital currency technology. Protecting digital data. Securing connected systems. Better deals for business Internet. Robots that move like humans.
What’s next for government surveillance. 3-D printing challenges. New ways for phones to connect. The value of wireless airwaves. New advertising technology.
This issue of Kiplinger’s Tech Alerts focuses on the future of wireless networks and the profound impact they’ll have on mobile communications. Also: Federal regulators and high-speed Internet, the coming shake-up in home security systems and the search for new computer chips.
Welcome to Kiplinger’s Tech Alerts — a digital heads-up on coming trends and breaking developments in technology. This issue focuses on new targets for hackers, the push for businesses to share information to combat cybertheft, biometrics and more.
Welcome to our second free trial issue of Kiplinger’s Tech Alerts, a digital heads-up on trends and breaking developments in the technology industry. Tech Alerts will come to you by e-mail every other week. This week’s issue focuses on how the sky’s the limit for business uses of commercial satellites. We’ll also take a look at the Apple Watch and other wearable tech as well as ways to share the airwaves and more.