Up-to-date software, apps, browsers and router software offer the best protection against a potential flaw in wi-fi security called a key reinstallation attack, or KRACK.
Spatial audio promises immersive virtual experiences that engage more of the senses
It's weird to see how you act when nobody's looking
People conversing on a phone can appear to look at something yet fail to consciously detect it
The world’s most populous country is home to a slew of cyberspies and hackers who have likely stolen more secrets from businesses and governments than any other country
Like fingerprints and facial recognition, the shape and beat of your heart can be used to verify your identity. Christopher Intagliata reports.
In the original, seeking answers was all about looking at the eyes
The tools we build to explore our deep oceans might one day explore ocean world across the solar system. A new observatory called ABISS that can transmit video and long-term chemical measurements at broadband speeds from the seafloor using a system of flashing lights instead of a traditional tether.
Charging your phone wirelessly all day long may not be far off
After being contacted by ProPublica, Facebook removed several anti-Semitic ad categories and promised to improve monitoring
Addressing the amount of energy consumed by the CPU when running particular software could make a major difference to how long we need to charge our devices in future
Webmail is convenient for advertisers but carries with it unnecessary–and serious–danger
Electronic devices that decompose on schedule will be a boon to security tech and medical implants
VR World is a virtual reality theme park that presents curated video games and 360-degree artistic cultural experiences in order to help the public overcome some of the barriers that have prevented mass adoption.
Rising computerization opens doors for increasingly aggressive adversaries, but defenses are better than many might think
Former Congressman Rick Boucher talks about how Congress and electric power lines could break the federal government’s net neutrality deadlock
Some of the most talented and dangerous cybercrooks and cyberwarriors come from Russia, a longtime meddler in other countries’ affairs
The products that really wow us seem like pure wizardry
Even if they can exchange their ransom, the criminals will have a hard time accessing their money anonymously