Will India See Turnaround In 2015?
December 31 2014 1:36 AM EST
Narendra Modi's rise to power generated huge expectations across India in 2014. But, he may find it hard to deliver on his promises.
Child Porn Dominates Traffic On Tor
December 31 2014 1:19 AM EST
A study says that the "dark net" is encouraging child sexual abuse, but a developer of Tor said the findings do not depict the full picture.
Chinese State Media Defends Gmail Blockade
December 30 2014 10:15 AM EST
Chinese users frustrated by an inability to access Gmail might be stuck in the lurch for the foreseeable future.
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.
China Shuts Down Access To Gmail
December 29 2014 5:30 AM EST
China has blocked access to Google's Gmail service in the latest move to curb foreign Internet services.
Twitter Sign-In Issue Resolved
December 29 2014 3:32 AM EST
The sign-in issue, which forcefully logged many users out of the site, appears to have been an internal error, rather than a cyberattack.
PlayStation Network Services Slowly Returning To Users
December 27 2014 9:39 AM EST
The Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for the hack that disrupted the PlayStation Network.
North Korea Blames US For Internet Outages
December 26 2014 11:12 PM EST
North Korea accused the U.S. of being behind a number of Internet outages that have occurred in recent days.
Xbox, PlayStation Networks Grounded By Hackers
December 25 2014 5:48 PM EST
The self-styled Lizard Squad, which could allied with North Korea or just seeking publicity, claims to have done it.
Why Facebook Won’t Replace Christmas Cards And Holiday Letters
December 24 2014 1:22 PM EST
During the holidays, most people still prefer the personal touch of a handwritten note.
'The Interview,' On A YouTube Near You
December 24 2014 12:12 PM EST
Sony and Google are offering the movie that has enraged North Korea for digital streaming and download.
South Korea Seeks China's Cooperation In Probe Into Cyberattack On Nuclear Operator
December 24 2014 4:22 AM EST
South Korea had traced multiple Internet addresses involved in the cyberattack to a northeastern Chinese city near North Korea.
South Korea Indicts Uber CEO, Local Unit For Transport Law Breach
December 24 2014 3:14 AM EST
South Korea has indicted the CEO and local subsidiary of Uber Technologies for violating a law governing public transport.
Pirate Bay Returns, Without The Torrents
December 23 2014 6:58 PM EST
EZTV is again online barely two weeks after it was taken down. Fans of the Pirate Bay won't feel as lucky.
New Book Slams Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer
December 23 2014 11:41 AM EST
A highly critical portrait says Mayer has made a number of bizarre and questionable decisions as leader of Yahoo.
Oracle Snaps Up Marketing Specialist Datalogix
December 23 2014 8:40 AM EST
Deal gives Larry Ellison’s company the means to help marketers measure the effectiveness of social media campaigns on Facebook, Twitter.
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.
North Korea Gets Its Internet Back
December 23 2014 1:38 AM EST
The outage prompted questions about whether the U.S. acted on its threat of a response to the alleged Pyongyang-backed hack of Sony Pictures.
North Korea Hack May Mean Big Insurance Bill For Sony
December 22 2014 3:50 PM EST
Insurers may also be on the hook for some of the losses, said to be approaching $100 million.
Cybersecurity Stocks Rise On Sony Hack
December 22 2014 12:29 PM EST
The antivirus market is booming in the wake of high-profile data breaches, but technology only provides so much protection.