BOSTON (Reuters) - Hackers have begun exploiting the newly identified “Shellshock” computer bug, using fast-moving worm viruses to scan for vulnerable systems and then infect them, researchers warned Thursday.
Hackers buy and sell our private data in a black market that is so organized and well-protected that it's tough for law enforcement officials to keep up with sites that often pop up overnight and disappear
Solution: Don’t leave a safe alone for four days. Thanks to a pair of Melbourne security researchers, the cost of opening safes just hit a new low. Using an arduino platform and 3-D printed parts, the
For the average user -- the Facebook user -- the conventional wisdom about VR may be wrong. The ideal length of a movie is somewhere around two hours. The ideal length of a mobile game session can be short
Forget Skype. Direct, brain-to-brain communication is possible. Skype detractors, rejoice: A new telecommunications frontier is upon us. People can now officially read one another's minds. A landmark shows
Facebook was down for a while on Wednesday. An easy assumption is that when Facebook is down traffic to other sites drops, because people are no longer being directed anywhere from the hugely popular network.
Human is happy Sometimes people are hard to read. Why not leave all that work to a computer? Perhaps you could use this experimental app that works in Google Glass. Aim Glass's camera at a person's face
IBM’s grand plan for Watson, its Jeopardy-winning supercomputer, is quickly coming into focus — especially when it comes to academic and scientific research. Big Blue tonight announced the Watson Discovery