The co-founder of Defense Distributed, Cody Wilson, discusses the company's distribution of designs for gun parts that can be produced using 3D printers and his plans for expansion, as well as the mixed reaction from the public.
Feedly has made it simple for Google users to switch and retain all their Reader feeds and categories.
The San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation says current law means cyber crimes are often prosecuted much more severely than crimes of violence.
A denial of service attack shut down Brian Krebs' website while at the same time police showed up at his door, pointed guns at him and threw him into handcuffs.
Its servers are now responding 40 times faster than at launch while the franchise is seeing reduced downtimes.
The proprietor says the people who frequent his bar don't want to be "secretly filmed or videotaped and immediately put on the Internet."
Engineering company Boston Dynamics, with funding from the Defense Department’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, created BigDog.
You’ll be able to buy a Polaroid-branded instant digital camera that will let you shoot photos, apply Instagram filters, share them on Facebook and Instagram, and print your snapshot on Polaroid-style paper.
It is putting the axe to more than a half dozen of its less popular products as CEO Marissa Mayer, a former Google engineer who worked her way up to a vice president post, remakes the company.
Cookies are the reason the ads you see online seem to know that you're thinking about going back to school or in the market for a new car.
The search and advertising giant is ramping up to break ground on a 42-acre campus called Bayview next door to its Googleplex in Mountain View, Calif.
The changes are a boon for anyone looking for work since who you know can be almost as important as what you know when it comes to landing a good job.
The interesting data on the demographics of social media usage is the theme of a Pew Research Center survey conducted late last year and released Feb. 14.
Legislation that is being pursued specifies that the government would need a warrant to collect information in a private place using a drone.
It could be a smart move given that major competitors that sell mobile operating systems, cell phones or other electronic gadgets, including Apple, Microsoft and Sony, already have a wide array of stores across the country.