It's not always positive news, but you can always learn from it.
It's Not Just IBM in This Crystal Ball
IBM released its second annual "Next Five in Five," a list of five innovations that it claims could change the way people work, live, and play over the next five years.
The Homeland Security Dept.'s overreliance on outside contractors and insufficient management of them could leave the U.S. vulnerable.
High-Tech Innovations Come to Retailing
Without leaving the customer's side, Macy's sales associate Felicia Dixon uses a small, handheld electronic device that essentially summons the shoes in the right style, color and size, from the stockroom. It is not quite magic: A clerk in the backroom receives the request electronically and brings out the merchandise.
North Pole seeks ERP system: The secret RFP
Santa Claus may have enterprise IT headaches even worse than the average CIO.
Tech Panel Recaps What Was Cool, Not So Cool in 2007
The Seattle Times
Though the technology isn't new, RFID is becoming widespread in government and financial cards, including passports, driver's licenses and credit cards.
How Secure are the Chips?
In a scary video on YouTube, an explosion in a trash can, which appears to be wirelessly triggered by a passport equipped with a computer chip, blows away a dummy.