Bloomberg also reports that funds earmarked for natural disasters could be employed to pay banks in the wake of a cyberattack. So there are a number of potential ways that taxpayer money could flow to
Considering how many damn smartwatches and fitness bands we've seen, it's incredible how few of them manage to combine aspects of both. Sure, there was the Fitbit Force, which was designed to show incoming
For those tired of doing all the manual sucking and blowing – when it comes to cleaning house, of course – Dyson has announced the 360 Eye, a robot vacuum that’ll do all the dirty work under your commands.
An ancient flying reptile with a bizarre, butterflylike head has been unearthed in Brazil. The newfound reptile species, Caiuajara dobruskii, lived about 80 million years ago in an ancient desert oasis.
President Barack Obama planned a break in the middle of his vacation to return to Washington on Sunday night, for unspecified meetings with Vice-President Joe Biden and other advisers. The White House
It's the kind of convenience I've become accustomed to after living in New York for over six years. I can get just about anything I want, whenever I want, all within a few blocks of my home. There's a
Retrofitting new powertrains to used cars isn’t something that automakers have done, historically–but electric cars may change that rule. Now, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has suggested that the Silicon
Drug dealers are peddling a new marijuana product called Wax that looks and feels like lip balm and packs a kick equivalent to smoking 15-20 joints of weed. Police in Roswell, Ga., discovered 80 grams
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Cybersecurity pioneer and outspoken playboy John McAfee has a message for people using Google. Wise up. If you think that Google’s collection of personal data is innocuous, McAfee wants you to think again.
Edward Snowden's in-depth interview with James Bamford of Wired offers details about his last job as a contractor for the NSA in Honolulu, which raise disconcerting questions about the motives of the systems