Thomas Drake talks about surveillance algorithms and the outlook for the latest alleged whistleblower Edward Snowden, drawing from his own NSA prosecution
It's still unclear if the National Security Agency has been collecting all Americans' phone and other records, and for how long
Congress is grappling with the benefits and risks of using Facebook, Twitter and other social media during emergencies
Should the FBI be able to break into private electronic communications via existing software vulnerabilities?
You can help astronomers find faint and distant galaxies on your home computer by joining a search called "Space Warps." Karen Hopkin reports
Digital security technology bumps up against the Fifth Amendment
To keep the Web from collapsing under the weight of ever more data, the network needs to radically change the way it handles information, says the head of Bell Labs Research
By entering I was giving Facebook permission to use its recordings of me, my companion and anyone else sailing into the chowder house "throughout the universe, for any purpose whatsoever, in perpetuity"...
Future networks must push past current wireless bandwidth limitations
New technology that tracks lightning frequency may offer advance warning of twisters
Google continues to revamp the appearance of many of its services, this time turning its redecorating eye on Gmail
Where neuroscience meets criminology
Soon wireless subscribers won't even have to think about signing on to a Wi-Fi hot spot. New standards that will be included in the latest generation of products will take the headache out of Wi-Fi...
Larry Page’s high profile sheds some light on a rare condition underserved by technology and treatment
Looking for a few hundred thousand citizen scientists to help analyze 15-second deep-sea videos
Wearable computer glasses will let you record everything you see. But good luck finding someone to talk to
A new 3-D imaging technique shows that higher resolution is not the only desirable trait for microscopic observations
How do we recognize an invention when we see one?
Microsoft built a giant tent on its Redmond, Wash., campus in which it will reveal details of the next Xbox video game console on Tuesday