Windows, Mac and Linux users are encouraged to beef up their security immediately.
A poorly spelled transfer request raised bankers' suspicions, but only after the thieve made off with $81 million.
The Justice Department is expected to bring charges even though Iran does not have an extradition agreement with the U.S.
The extra power could give drivers of Elon Musk's electric vehicle an additional 30 miles per charge.
European police agencies are trying to make it harder to violate copyright law.
The U.S.’s long-in-development F-35 Joint Strike Fighter has a new problem that requires its radar to be restarted.
By downloading Transmission software, users unwittingly became victims of the first known ransomware attack on the Apple Mac OS X operating system.
Just because it's easy to steal movies and TV shows doesn't make it safe.
When military personnel press the red button, they could be launching malicious software against enemies of the U.S. built by familiar names.
Leigh Anne Arthur was forced to resign after a 16-year-old sifted through her camera app.
The Defense Department hopes a new program will help seal government computer networks.
It’s the Chinese manufacturer’s latest product to be unveiled in the United States, and the first with help from Apple.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said the military wants to accelerate the use of digital weapons as a way to interrupt the terrorist group’s online infrastructure.
As free wireless access becomes commonplace, more people are learning the hard way that their data is at risk.
Covertly breaking the code wouldn’t set the legal precedent the FBI wants, cybersecurity experts say.
Stolen patient records are just the beginning for cyberattackers with healthcare access.
Apple CEO Tim Cook and others warn that granting the government access to customers' iPhone data would violate First Amendment rights — and lead to more requests.
It's not clear if it's safe to download the "Hail Hydra" software, however.
The American Civil Liberties Union plans to file legal papers in defense of the tech company before a March 3 deadline.
The company spent nearly $5 million on lobbying Capitol Hill in 2015.