It Turns Out Piracy Sites Don't Mind Being Blocked
March 27 2015 10:35 AM EDT
Denmark has blocked torrent sites before, but operators have found unexpected success with the technique.
Tim Cook Will Donate Entire Fortune
March 27 2015 8:59 AM EDT
Apple has become a philanthropic player under Steve Jobs' successor.
Congress Overwhelmingly Agrees On Something: Cybersecurity
March 26 2015 3:04 PM EDT
A rush to protect American businesses from hacking could lead to some grievous privacy implications.
Tech Bigwigs Want Patriot Act Provision to Expire
March 26 2015 9:50 AM EDT
Silicon Valley giants say enough's enough when it comes to bulk collection of American metadata.
Tinder Hack Paired Men With Men
March 26 2015 8:02 AM EDT
A programmer who created a bait profile told the Verge he was inspired after hearing so many Tinder horror stories.
'Go Set A Watchman' Book Jackets Revealed
March 25 2015 1:10 PM EDT
Controversy around the Harper Lee book's publication seems to have done little to curb public demand.
Fake Employees Infiltrate Apple Stores
March 25 2015 9:21 AM EDT
The only problem with the idea to pose as a retail employee is that it's hardly original.
Amazon Rips FAA For Lack Of Clear Drone Policy
March 25 2015 8:02 AM EDT
Reports indicate Sen. Cory Booker will introduce a bill that could grease the wheels for Amazon.
Cybersecurity Bills Moving Along, But We're not There Yet
March 24 2015 3:41 PM EDT
Privacy concerns stalled a similar Senate-sponsored bill.
NASA Hopes Martian Atmosphere Has Explanation For Nitrate Discovery
March 24 2015 9:24 AM EDT
Nitrate, not carbon, could be the key to finding evidence of life on the red planet.
Every 3 Minutes
March 24 2015 8:13 AM EDT
Researchers monitored the Android apps used by 23 random students at Carnegie Mellon and found that they check your location, well, a lot.
Evolution Is Latest Online Drug Bazaar To Close Without Warning
March 23 2015 4:15 PM EDT
Debuting in January 2014, Evolution grew to become the largest drug cyber-bazaar on the Deep Web, where criminal sites have operated largely without obstruction.
Google Glass Isn't Dead Yet
March 23 2015 10:20 AM EDT
Tony Fadell, head of Google's Nest division, will take up the project and says the technology is too important to abandon.
Experience The Moon Landing From Your Couch
March 23 2015 9:15 AM EDT
Apollo 11 cost more than $25 billion, but now everyone can experience the mission at a fraction of the cost through a new VR project.
Looking For A Better Smartphone Battery? Try Packing Peanuts
March 23 2015 8:21 AM EDT
Only about 10 percent of foam packing peanuts are recycled today; the rest are dumped into landfills.
A Virtual (And Troubling) New Reality For Online Predators
March 19 2015 11:59 AM EDT
Meet Sweetie 2.0, a computer-generated image of a fictional child that will help authorities identify and apprehend suspected child pornographers and online predators.
Buzz Aldrin To Earthlings: 'Get Your Ass To Mars'
March 17 2015 9:15 AM EDT
The pioneering astronaut, 85, has been an outspoken advocate for human exploration of the red planet.
FBI Intensifies Investigation Into Chase Bank Hackers
March 16 2015 8:34 AM EDT
Apprehending the hackers who infiltrated Chase bank would be a rare victory for U.S. law enforcement when it comes to cybercrime.
Listeriosis A Factor, Not Sole Cause, Of Blue Bell Ice Cream Deaths
March 14 2015 5:30 PM EDT
Listeriosis can be found in raw meat, dairy products, seafood -- almost any food that's not properly prepared.
'Zebra Killer' Who Terrorized 1970s San Francisco Found Dead
March 14 2015 4:30 PM EDT
The string of 14 racially motivated murders in California made headlines across the country.