GCHQ, a UK-based agency similar to the NSA, has been officially censured for not disclosing enough information about what it shares with the US government.
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According to Edward Snowden, the iPhone has embedded software hidden from its users that allow government agencies to spy on them without their knowledge.
Just weeks after the hacking group "Lizard Squad" released a tool to aid with DDOS attacks, another hacking services website has begun to draw attention by a number of news sites.
Around six months ago, Facebook started working on a new product aimed at the enterprise market under the title "FB@Work". Now, Facebook is launching new apps for iOS and Android.
In the US trial against Mr. Ulbricht, prosecutors have stated that the alleged creator and operator of the Silk Road underground market operated like a traditional drug lord.
It appears that Verizon Wireless has pulled all Lumia phones from its site altogether. Other Windows Phones are still available via the store, so it seems to be a Lumia-only issue.
The chief technology officer of the United States, Megan J. Smith, is working hard to bring her experience from Silicon Valley into the White House, and finally making some long needed changes.
NASA scientists think something as simple as a child's toy design may help the problem of landing astronauts on Mars and is currently working on a solution.
Research, conducted at the University of Portsmouth, reveals that more than 80% of "dark net" internet traffic is generated by visits to websites offering child-abuse material.
Visit the site and you'll be greeted with a waving pirate flag with a timer counting down to the first of February. Can this mean that the revival of The Pirate Bay is coming soon?
A teaser graphic posted on mynewpalm.com gives a small clue as to what may be in store for the Palm brand name. With CES 2015 coming in the next few days, hopefully we will learn more soon.
According to sources at the New York Post, Sony is currently planning for the controversial movie, known as "The Interview", to be released for free.
BlackBerry, known for its development of smartphones, is working with Boeing to create a 'James Bond'-style smartphone that self-destructs when tampered with.
An undercover BBC Panorama investigation reveals that workers in Chinese factories that make Apple products have been discovered of being treated poorly.
A new BitTorrent client is set to take torrenting to a whole new level. Tribler is a robust BitTorrent client built by a team of researchers at Delft University of Technology.
Dean Hachamovitch, a 24 year Microsoft veteran and former Internet Explorer chief for the past decade, revealed in a blog post on Thursday that he has left Microsoft.
In a blog posting made today by a Microsoft employee, Gabe Aul reveals improvements to Windows 10, along with usage statistics that show a lot of promise for the platform.
The hackers responsible for attacks against Sony Picture Studios are now threatening physical action against movie theaters planning on showing the soon-to-be released film known as "The Interview".
Hackers, who had infiltrated computers at Sony Pictures, have leaked a script to the next James Bond movie known as "Spectre".
A vintage Apple-1 computer sold today for a whopping $365,000, despite failing to meet the pre-auction estimate. This comes two months after another original Apple-1 sold for nearly a million dollars.
Stephen Hawking recently warned that artificial intelligence could end mankind, but a more sensible concern is the fact that robots will instead take our jobs.
Microsoft is once again challenging the search warrant for customer data being stored on data centers in Ireland after being found to be in contempt of court.