You are here
Home > Posts tagged "pcm" (Page 2)

Looking for a New Gig? How About Cyber Crime Spy School?

Looking for a New Gig? How About Cyber Crime Spy School?

Graduates of the University of Southern California's computer and digital forensics degree program have nabbed jobs in cyber threat intelligence at Sony Pictures, incident response at Cylance, cyber intel at Lockheed Martin, and other covert or highly sensitive operational outfits. Intrigued? We certainly were, so PCMag took the Expo light

Google Expands ‘Instant Apps’ to Android Games

Google Expands 'Instant Apps' to Android Games

Curious whether an Android game is worth the download? Google is expanding its "instant apps" concept to mobile games to allow for lightning-fast previews of popular titles. These "instant apps" let you play a portion of the game before committing to a full download. Want to check out Mighty Battles

Business Choice Awards 2018: Voice over IP (VoIP) Systems

Business Choice Awards 2018: Voice over IP (VoIP) Systems

Despite the myriad ways to interact, voice communication continues to be a common and powerful way for humans to conduct business (less so for other species). It's usually easier to send an email or an instant message, but voice allows a faster back and forth, and for all parties to

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018)

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2018)

View All 9 Photos in Gallery The sixth-generation Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon ($1,789) is more of a status symbol than the workhorse ThinkPad that business users know and love. But incredible battery life and a pleasingly premium soft-touch chassis, among other features, mean that this ultraportable laptop is far from

Start 3D Printing With XYZPrinting’s Tiny da Vinci Nano

Start 3D Printing With XYZPrinting's Tiny da Vinci Nano

XYZprinting will be at CES to unveil new consumer and commercial offerings intended to help small businesses unlock the power of 3D printing. XYZPrinting has an impressive history of innovation and budget pricing; its da Vinci Mini was awarded our Editors' Choice for consumer 3D printers . The new products

In the Middle of Nowhere, Panasonic Builds a Smart City

In the Middle of Nowhere, Panasonic Builds a Smart City

When you think of Panasonic, you might think home electronics, but the Japan-based company, which turns 100 this year, can also be found on planes via seat-back entertainment and in cars via infotainment systems and batteries; 51 percent of the Tesla Gigafactory is dedicated to producing Panasonic-branded batteries, too. But

The Biggest Tech Fails of 2017

The Biggest Tech Fails of 2017

Features / The Biggest Tech Fails of 2017 This year's fails have been all about an assault on you, your opinions, and your personal data. By Matthew Humphries December 27, 2017 8:00AM EST December 27, 2017 10 shares Facebook Twitter Linkedin Pinterest Google Plus Reddit Hacker News Email Copy

HP EliteBook 1040 G4

HP EliteBook 1040 G4

HP EliteBook 1040 G4 333 More than $2,000 is a lot to spend on a non-workstation business laptop , but HP makes a case for doing just that with its new EliteBook 1040 G4 (starts at $1,379; $2,099 as tested), a 14-inch ultraportable with remote management and security features

Top