A bulletin from the U.S. agency to law enforcement agencies says that weapons created from computer files pose a public safety risk.
Corning claims Gorilla Glass is a better, more durable display material than sapphire—but is it true?
Outage Analyzer tracks Internet service and found that there have been 1413 full outages worldwide and nearly 8000 partial outages in the last five months.
Microsoft appears to be peeking into Skype messages for security reasons, according to Ars Technica.
Shame campaign by Obama administration fails to deter cyber bandits.
Several new and persistent schemes have emerged for spreading malware on popular sites.
Memorial Day touts the start of summer sales, but bargain-hunters might do well to be patient and wait for a few upcoming events that will bring real deals.
Threat information sharing has been a sore point between the federal government and private sector for years.
Running desktop operating system apps on Google Glass may be possible, but not necessarily a good idea, Google warns.
Online Pass was required for anyone who bought a game second-hand if they wanted to access online features. EA's move to ditch the never-popular Online Pass is likely an attempt to earn some goodwill for the company in the wake of some disastrous headlines.
NSS Labs found that Internet Explorer 10 blocked more than 99 percent of the malicious downloads thrown at it. Google Chrome also showed marked improvement over previous tests.
As part of a marketing partnership with Paramount Pictures to promote the latest Star Trek movie, Microsoft will add Klingon to the languages available at Bing Translator on the Web and in a Windows Phone 8 app.
Cox, AT&T, other ISPs are fighting a court order in a copyright case, seeking to protect BitTorrent users from a legal fishing expedition.
The Nexus 4 disappears from the shelves of two UK phone stores, stoking speculation of the model's imminent replacement.