Matt Hamblen

Senior Editor

Matt Hamblen is a multi-media journalist covering mobile, networking and smart city tech. He previously was a senior editor at Computerworld.

FAQ: Can BlackBerry/TCL get back its smartphone mojo?

Comcast Business offers direct connection to IBM Cloud network

Comcast Business offers direct connection to IBM Cloud network

The goal for both cloud and network providers is to connect to as many different partners as possible and offer hybrid services to customers.

U.S. businesses jump on trend to buy unlocked smartphones

U.S. businesses jump on trend to buy unlocked smartphones

Unlocked sales are growing exponentially; total costs can be reduced 20 percent or more

Samsung unveils Bixby voice assistant for upcoming Galaxy S8

Samsung unveils Bixby voice assistant for upcoming Galaxy S8

Feature will work using a special physical button on the side of the smartphone, set to be announced March 29

Yes, that really is a new BlackBerry keyboard phone

Yes, that really is a new BlackBerry keyboard phone

The new BlackBerry is from TCL, not BlackBerry, but includes BlackBerry's Dtek security software as well as programmable keys

A trove of new but unexciting Android smartphones to debut at MWC

A trove of new but unexciting Android smartphones to debut at MWC

Older brands like BlackBerry and Nokia to reappear with new devices, as Chinese manufacturers show their updates

Ransomware soars in 2016, while malware declines

Ransomware soars in 2016, while malware declines

IoT exploits continue to be a threat, SonicWall report says

AT&T to launch its proposed version of 5G wireless this year

AT&T to launch its proposed version of 5G wireless this year

Indianapolis and Austin will get the trial service, even though the actual standards for 5G are at least a year away

Privacy worries are on the rise, new U.S. poll shows

Privacy worries are on the rise, new U.S. poll shows

IDC advises businesses to advertise the steps they take to protect personal information

The war for cybersecurity talent hits the Hill

The war for cybersecurity talent hits the Hill

The workforce shortage of cybersecurity workers in the U.S. currently is at 300,000 or more, experts estimate

Former DHS head urges Trump to see economic dangers from cyberattacks

Former DHS head urges Trump to see economic dangers from cyberattacks

Ridge says Russian meddling in U.S. election is a reminder of the cybersecurity risks to government and private sector

BlackBerry integrates its enterprise IoT and mobile security portfolio

BlackBerry integrates its enterprise IoT and mobile security portfolio

Tools from BlackBerry, Good, WatchDox, AtHoc, and Encription will finally share the same back and front ends

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