Twenty-Five Percent Of Mobile Users Store Intimate Photos On Their Devices
A study conducted by AVG Technologies has found that 25 percent of mobile users have sensitive photos on their devices
HTC Settles In Court Over Carrier IQ Case
The smartphone and tablet company must develop software patches to fix problems and undergo assessments for the next 20 years
Gmail Has Nearly Eradicated Hacking With These Techniques
Google's updated security has cut Gmail account hacks by 99.7 percent since 2011.
Burger King And Jeep Twitter Hacker Alleged To Be DJ Trying To Impress A Girl
Tony Cunha cut his teeth hacking MySpace pages back in 2005.
Drone Strike Court Possible, Says CIA Chief Nominee
John Brennan open to the idea, but says it raises some serious questions.
China Is Top Cyberthreat To The U.S.
A new government review finds China has been attacking the U.S. for the last five years.
Hackers Hit Bush Family Emails And Dump Contents Online
A hacker has infiltrated the email accounts of the Bush family, including those of both President George H.W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush.
Obama Provides Secret Drone Memo To Congress
Congress will get a look at the legal justifications for the drone program.