More than seven trillion SMS messages will be sent next year, according to ABI Research.
Even the smallest companies need to beware of 'pervasive and continuous' cybersabotage if they have any involvement with national security, McAfee Labs is warning.
The Presidential Commission on Bioethics has decided that there's no need to halt research in the controversial field of synthetic biology, and that no new regulations are necessary.
Smartphones could soon be used to launch distributed botnet attacks, a new EU security report warns.
European governments are in danger of missing their targets for fast broadband penetration, despite the fact that the number of 10Mbps connections has almost doubled in the last year, says an EU report.
Just 50 ISPs are responsible for the bulk of the world's spam, a new study shows, bringing hope that it might be a little easier than expected to wipe out some of the world's most prolific botnets.
There'll be a further, massive shortage of spectrum in coming years if more isn't made available, the FCC has warned.
Presumably recognising that most people are motivated more by money than by beauty, a UN report has attempted to put a price on biodiversity.
A third of the world's population will be online by the end of the year, according to a report from the International Telecommunications Union.
The US is amongst the most expensive countries on the world for cellphone service, a study from a non-profit public policy institute has found.
Microsoft's latest Security Intelligence Report indicates that the US is the biggest home for botnets in the world.
The Copenhagen Accord is so full of holes that even if countries stick to their targets there could still be a 4.2-degree rise in temperature by 2100, says a new report.
Biometric systems - designed to automatically recognize individuals through characteristics such as fingerprints, voice or face recognition - are all flawed, says the National Research Council.
A long-awaited report into the Intergovernmetal Panel on Climate Change has concluded that the panel, which manages research into climate change, needs changes at the top.
The four biggest cellular providers may end up dominating the market and making excessive profits because of FCC policies, says the Government Accountability Office.
Verizon could be set for a boost, to say the least, with a new survey suggesting that nearly a third of US cellphone subscribers would switch to the carrier if it started offering the iPhone.
The National Research Council is calling for an infrared space telescope as the top priority for NASA astrophysicists over the next ten years.
Worldwide smartphone sales have soared over the last quarter as prices have fallen.
The last decade has been the warmest on record, and there's now conclusive evidence that the world is getting hotter, according to a major study from the NOAA.
The US Computer Emergency Readiness Team isn't, er, ready for emergencies, according to an audit by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).