Chain of command and other personal or company information in these greetings can be useful to people performing social-engineering attacks. Simply write that you'll be "unavailable"
Truly autonomous automobiles do not exist. Will things change once cars can think like people?
The IRS continued to insist on warrantless e-mail access, internal documents obtained by the ACLU show, even after a federal appeals court said the Fourth Amendment applied
iPhone 5S buyers could have their choice of screen size, according to Topeka analyst Brian White
Your digital screen has more pixels than ever, but all that visual detail comes at a cost
Home Is Where the Health Is: Obamacare Positions “Telehealth” Tech as a Remedy for Chronic Hospital Readmissions
Mobile devices, microchipped meds and digital health records are among the tools available to keep patients and clinicians connected during convalescence
To build large organs that work properly, researchers need to find a way to lace them with blood vessels
State lawmakers push to pass a bill requiring companies to tell you exactly what personal data they've shared with other companies
A years-long marriage of convenience that linked Google and Apple browser technologies is ending in divorce
Latest NOVA episode takes a deep dive inside the mysterious Antikythera Mechanism
Learn how to do "space on the cheap" at this two-day event May 4-5, 2013
Google's director of privacy Alma Whitten is stepping down
Microsoft and Google have both gotten in some April Fools' Day zingers against each other
Researcher evaluates ways for us to keep enjoying streaming Web video without wrecking the environment
China's Twitter generation squares off against the “Great Firewall”
The U.S. overall ranks 14th but sliced and diced by state, the U.S. dominates worldwide Internet speeds
A big step up from wireless radios, modified smartphones could help operatives identify the enemy and disseminate allegiance shifts, and even provide a drone’s-eye-view of the battlefield...
The disruptions, centered in western Europe, were largely unnoticed even when occurring. They may prompt a fix for a security flaw in the domain name system underpinning the Internet
Today was one of of those days I was glad to have old-school Mac and Windows PCs lying around my home office
T-Mobile USA is taking a bold step forward with a new contractless plan for smartphone subscribers