How The Feds Snared Dread Pirate Roberts
January 14 2015 6:39 PM EST
"I am the captain of this ship," Dread Pirate Roberts told Silk Road users upset with how much commission he was taking.
India's TCS Denies Large-Scale Layoff Plans
January 14 2015 2:48 AM EST
Angst over layoffs at the technology company reflects the evolving nature of India's outsourcing industry.
PC Industry Shows Signs Of Stabilizing
January 13 2015 1:23 AM EST
As the tablet market has begun to saturate across most regions, demand is returning to PCs.
This Keyboard-Toting Android Tablet Looks Like A Surface Pro
January 09 2015 10:53 PM EST
Jide’s tablet, the Remix Ultra, runs Remix OS, a customized version of Google’s operating system.
Hackers Target German Steel Mill As Cyberwarfare Gets Physical
January 08 2015 10:58 AM EST
After Stuxnet attack, experts warned that malware would be used to gain access to and possibly destroy physical objects.
Details About Apple’s 12-Inch MacBook Air Emerge
January 07 2015 2:49 AM EST
Apple is said to have made significant changes to the form factor of its next MacBook Air in order to make the device as compact as possible.
Cybersecurity Director Gets 25 Years For Child Porn Charges
January 05 2015 10:39 PM EST
Timothy DeFoggi chatted with users of an underground online forum about his desire to rape and murder children.
Is The Pirate Bay Returning In February?
January 02 2015 8:07 PM EST
The Pirate Bay hasn't been working for weeks, but it may return next month.
Samsung Launches It's Thinnest And Lightest ATIV Book 9 Ultrabook
December 31 2014 11:37 AM EST
Samsung is competing with Apple in the laptop market in 2015.
1994: The Year Web Publishing Broke
December 31 2014 9:00 AM EST
Twenty years ago, Time Inc. and Wired launched the first digital-media ventures, but profits proved elusive. They still are.
Low-Risk 'Worm' Removed At Hacked South Korea Nuclear Operator
December 30 2014 7:02 AM EST
Authorities have found evidence that a low-risk computer ‘worm’ had been removed from devices connected to some nuclear plant control systems.
Investigators Think North Korea Hired Foreigners For Sony Hack
December 30 2014 6:16 AM EST
Facing criticism from cybersecurity experts, U.S. investigators continue to look at North Korea as the perpetrator.
Microsoft Replacing IE With Chrome-Like Browser, Report Says
December 29 2014 6:04 PM EST
The new browser will ditch IE’s bad reputation by offering extensions and a rapid update cycle.
Gone In 2014: iPod Classic, Nokia Phones And Other Fan Faves
December 27 2014 12:07 PM EST
The technology industry bid farewell to a number of legendary products during the past year. Here are a few we’ll miss the most.
Hackers Release Thousands Of Amazon, Xbox Live Passwords
December 27 2014 12:59 AM EST
A group of self-described hackers have released thousands of passwords from online services such as Amazon, Hulu Plus and Xbox Live.
JPMorgan Data Breach Was Sheer Carelessness, Report Says
December 23 2014 2:10 PM EST
Two-factor authentication is easy to set up, but one of the largest banking institutions in the world simply never did it.
New MacBook Air Rumored For Early 2015
December 23 2014 12:02 PM EST
Reports indicate the device could feature a 12-inch screen, fanless design and low-energy Intel Broadwell processor.
Apple Pushes First Ever Automated Security Update To Mac Users
December 23 2014 2:21 AM EST
Apple has pushed out its first-ever automated security update to Macintosh computers to help defend against newly identified bugs.
The Sony Hackers Are Now Taunting The FBI
December 20 2014 7:54 PM EST
The group posted a link to an old meme video called “you are an idiot.”
Hackers Demand Sony Erase Any Evidence 'The Interview' Ever Existed
December 20 2014 1:27 AM EST
The group promises to keep Sony’s stolen data safe as long as “The Interview” never leaks or is released online.