A German railway company is employing drones in order to crack down on graffiti artists. But will the company's new security feature prove to be a privacy liability?
Google, like Apple, has recently been taken to task for its tax policies. Only this time the Internet search giant is being attacked by UK politicians. This, according to Google's Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, is confusing.
European regulators are preparing to investigate how Apple sells its iPhone handsets in the European Union. Apparently, quotas and forced subsidies don't sit well with European regulators.
The GOP is in desperate need of a new data platform to organize its get-out-the-vote and fundraising efforts. To do this, they're turning to Silicon Valley for help, but the valley isn't that eager to jump in bed with Republicans quite yet.
A lot has been made of Chinese hacking capabilities. But what about the U.S.? Bloomberg takes a cursory look into the secretive world of U.S.-sponsored hacking.
Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt made a surprising statement at this year's Hay Festival, an annual gathering of the minds in the UK. Schmidt said that people, especially teenagers, are sharing too much of their personal information and activities online. Is he right?
A digital currency, Liberty Reserve, was shut down in a joint U.S. and Costa Rica operation. The currency's founder, Arthur Belanchck, was arrested in Spain. Is this what's in store for the Bitcoin if winds up on the wrong side of the law?
In 2011, a London-based startup produced a new paint which can conduct electricity. That paint has found its way into a pen, allowing DIYers and classrooms to draw their own circuits.
Facial recognition may be great for tagging friends in Facebook photos, but what about finding information on individuals in a crowd? One third-party developer is seeking to let Google Glass do just that, so long as pesky privacy concerns don't get in the way.
Facebook is reportedly looking to expand its New York City offices by 160,000 square feet. But if the social network moves into new lodgings, will other tech companies stay or follow?
Google Buzz, Google first, and failed, attempt at building a social network is finally being buried. But what will happen to all the data?
Google hasn't been honest with the users of its $1,500 Google Glass. In fact, the Internet search giant appears to have hidden some very useful features in the device. But some dedicated hackers have found a way to enable them.
Iranian hackers are allegedly behind a series of cyber intrusions into U.S. infrastructure. Security analysts are worried that Iran may try to severely damage key domestic assets.
A new Kickstarter campaign may soon produce the ultimate toy: a combination remote control car and quadcopter vehicle. And it records high definition video.