Indeed whatever the reason, encryption technologies seem to be behind a series of important security happenings of late.
Analysis: Beware a common hoax involving a hijacked e-mail account and a plea for quick cash from a familiar name.
IBM targets iPhone, Pre, Android users with smartphone email client.
NASA and ESA satellites monitor world environment for impact of Iceland’s volcano eruption.
The FBI and IC3 say hitman scams, frauduent stimulant checks, fake job sites and more are still fooling Internet users.
Take a look at the new satellites that will likely lead to superior GPS, better military and private communications, and stronger national security.
NASA today moved quickly to advance its role as commercial space entrepreneur by awarding $50 million to five companies who could help design and build future...
Budget constraints and changing priorities may stifle some innovative technological advances that often benefit us on earth as well as astronauts.
Bots, bombs and weird science: From iPhone app trouble to Colbert toilets and levitating mice, here's out-there at its best
Research makes recommendations to better protect kids from accessing explicit and adult content online.
The Federal Trade Commission today said it was going after three outfits that allegedly made robocalls to sell worthless credit-card interest-rate reduction...
A federal grand jury indicts the former CEO of YouSendIt of trying to sabotage his former company.
The Department of Homeland Security hopes to hire 1,000 cybersecurity professionals in the next three years.
Let's take a look up and assess some of the advanced technology in orbit and the diverse tasks of those satellites.
Analysis: The Federal Communications Commission will next week begin to take a broad look at the wireless industry. What took so long?