From analyzing the way you walk to your heartbeat, these futuristic authentication systems could be here soon
The satellite, due for launch on Wednesday, could mean better quality images on Google Earth and Bing Maps
The bill is intended to reduce smartphone theft in the state
Lots of questions follow Tuesday's revelation of the amassing of 1.2 billion credentials by Russian hackers
Many questions remain after a security company said it had uncovered a huge database of stolen online credentials
Sprint abandoned the takeover because it thought it would have a hard time getting regulatory approval, according to newspaper reports.
The hackers collected data on a massive scale, 'so it affects absolutely everybody,' security firm says.
The restaurant operator discloses the scale of the hack for the first time
Recovery efforts are being hampered by 'outdated software and hardware,' a government spokeswoman said
The agency apologizes for spying on computers used in a Senate investigation.
System problems hit thousands of travelers worldwide
Several other companies have also applied for permission to fly commercial drones
More than a thousand malicious acts have targeted the U.S. telecom infrastructure in recent years, the FCC revealed in response to an FOIA request.
The bill reverses a 2013 decision that phone unlocking by consumers ran afoul of copyright laws.
The problems followed routine maintenance work so hacking is not suspected