International Business Times revealed that the global bank Citi is developing blockchains within the bank and test-coins to run across them.
Now that Yahoo and Microsoft are not exclusive anymore -- when it comes to search, that is -- they can both work with other companies.
In the game of anonymity-versus-surveillance online, the discovery of the user's IP address usually means game over.
Roughly 20 percent of the 245 million surveillance cameras in the world are network cameras that transmit live, often unsecure, feeds online.
Earlier this month in Ecuador, protests broke out in various cities across the country.
Voice recognition technologies are part of the future, but should trigger concern that IT companies are essentially building "listening networks" which can be exploited by the likes of the NSA, Swedish Pirate Party founder Rick Falkvinge told RT.
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he public is finally starting to learn what security experts have been warning for years: the US government has no idea what it's doing when it comes to cybersecurity.
How to find out - and control - all the personal information Google holds on you
More than any other social network, Pinterest embodies aspiration. Each month, an army of 70 million users loyally pins items to more than 1 billion boards on the platform.
One distinction between renewable energy technologies and their nonrenewable counterparts is their popular appeal. Surveys have found a majority of Democrats and Republicans support increasing government funding for renewable energy research and tax
DOJ subpoenas for online commenter info
Gmail is rolling out a popular feature that it has been testing for years: Undo send.
Once-iconic American retailer Gap is in trouble.
A simple and relatively cheap graphene upgrade has the potential to boost the speeds of future computer processors beyond current limits, according to research presented this week at the Symposia
U.S. weapons industry executives say they are disappointed and frustrated about a massive U.S. cyber breach that exposed sensitive information about millions of Americans, including many thousands who work on high-security arms projects.
Google Trends has long been a tool for journalists tracking what people wanted to know about in the recent past.
The so-called front page of the internet is jumping on the encryption bandwagon.
Republicans on Capitol Hill want to use the 2016 federal budget to blow up the US government's new open internet policy--and now the White House is pushing back.
An Interview with Harry Ullman of Bytecoin. Unfortunately, I can't tell you that I'm one of the first people who discovered Bitcoin from Satoshi's whitepaper. But I might as well be seen as an early adopter.
A software vulnerability on hundreds of millions of Samsung Galaxy phones allows hackers (civilian or government) to "look through the phones' camera, listen to the microphone, read incoming and outgoing texts and install apps," according to re
Now that the US government's historic open internet protections have taken effect, many of the activists who pushed for the landmark rules are aiming to turn their victory into a new political force.
I woke to find an email from Google Adwords support: Ads not running due to AdWords Advertising Policies. Here's the message:
On Monday password manager service LastPass admitted it had been the target of a hack that accessed its users' email addresses, encrypted master passwords, and the reminder words and phrases that the service asks users to create for those master pa