The Internet Archive launches a new museum for classic viruses—minus the damage to your computer, of course. Also: The American Chemical Society explains how you can make the best nacho cheese ahead of the Super Bowl.
Supporters of Bernie Sanders will be able to send donations to the presidential candidate through text messages, a first in the sphere of political campaigns. The effort required a marketing firm to negotiate for years with CTIA: The Wireless Association and the Federal Election Commission.
If you've heard one story about those weird, wacky millennials, you've heard them all, right? Well, this one is a little different—it points out an issue regarding the growing distraction of college students by digital devices—an issue meeting professionals in particular should be ready to tackle.
Bots are evolving beyond programmer playthings and amusing jokes, and 2016 could be the year the steal the spotlight from mobile apps.
There’s an exciting new year ahead in information technology development, trends, and growth, CompTIA forecasts in its annual survey.
Canada's Electronic Recycling Association has teamed up with a Calgary-based nonprofit to give used laptops to refugee families that have recently immigrated to the region.
The attack, targeting the online assets and private files of the major police group, appears to have been driven by a wave of negative sentiment towards law enforcement. The group says that the FBI is involved in the recovery efforts.
Building new tools for your members? Don't be afraid to derive inspiration from your current offerings. You might find that your users are relying on your platforms in ways your association never intended—and that knowledge could be a boon when creating future product designs.
According to a new report from the Association of National Advertisers, automated bot traffic remains a major problem for ad buyers, many of which are losing millions of dollars due to such traffic. The report offers suggestions on how to minimize the problem.
The financial industry is rapidly adopting a new tactic in the fight against cybercrime: the .BANK domain.