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.
Even though Defense Distributed quickly complied with the State Department's command to strip its 3D printed gun schematics from its servers, the information is now and forever in the wild.
A leaked video purports to show an upcoming Sony Ultrabook hybrid, and it may just be our first glimpse at Haswell in action.
The popular music service nixes a flaw that allowed free downloads using a Google Chrome extension.
Researchers propose foiling password thieves by salting password databases with red herrings called 'honeywords.'
By blocking Path's access to Facebook's friends features, the social network may be reacting to reports of spamming by the rival service.
Spam—that scourge of the Internet—turned 35 years old. And Microsoft pulled the plug on its webmail service Hotmail.
Advanced persistent data theft at QinetiQ linked to Chinese hackers.
The compact dispenser of virtual money will headline a Bitcoin conference in San Jose in May.
The would-be camera -- which its co-founder is looking to crowd-fund -- connects to the Internet using Microsoft's Skype service.
Nokia's venture arm is investing in a California company that uses multiple lenses to create images, another sign that the phone maker is looking to stand out in the smartphone market with its camera technology.
Samsung has taken the wraps off the next generation Galaxy Tab tablet, but is the Galaxy Tab 3 really an upgrade over its predecessor?
After 50 million users learn about the weakness of hashed passwords the hard way, LivingSocial reconsiders and revamps its password security practices.
The Wii U console gets its first major software refresh, speeding up the system's performance