Yesterday, the 46-year-old Google veteran who oversees its search engine, Amit Singhal, announced his retirement.
They matter, all right, like a punch in the nose or a smack in the head.
The head of the NSA's Tailored Access Operations (TAO) group -- basically the country's chief hacker -- spoke earlier this week. He talked both about how the NSA hacks into networks, and what network defenders can do to protect themselves.
An Insider's Guide to Online Disinformation
I've been a wild advocate for the Internet since the beginning, and I still believe in it as a massively liberating technology… but not in the current, popular form.
Ever try Googling someone only to come up with basic information and maybe a link or two to an outdated social media profile? There's a new website going around that promises to reveal much more than just a simple google search can show you.
Former Secret Service agent Shaun Bridges was re-arrested on Thursday of last week, just a day before he was scheduled to turn himself in at a Baltimore prison to begin serving a 71-month prison sentence.
Both Facebook and Google have been testing aerial devices that would be able to provide reliable wireless internet access in remote locations.
BECAUSE IT WASN'T enough to piss off every major television broadcaster in America with his last company, Aereo, now Chet Kanojia is taking on the country's biggest Internet providers with a new start-up called Starry.
Jeb Bush would love it if you visited his website (you can see why, given his recent poll numbers).
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote next week on an annual report about the state of high-speed Internet deployment around the country, something that has become a magnet for debate.
The operation -- whose details remain largely secret -- was at least the third time in recent years that FBI agents took control of a child pornography site but infected the sites with malware that allowed agents to identify hundreds of users.