It appears Apple's iOS isn't the only mobile phone operating system getting an update this year. A build of the next version of Window Phone 8 has apparently leaked in the most unlikeliest of places: eBay.
Quantum cryptography was once thought as the holy grail of encryption. But it appears that even the laws of physics can't prevent hackers from intercepting, or interrupting, apparently secure information. Can information ever be secure?
So the U.S. government has a plethora of tools at its disposal to read your messages and track your online activities. What's a privacy-oriented person to do? Fight back, of course. Here are a few ways you can keep your information safe from prying eyes.
The Mars rover Opportunity, nearing its 10th anniversary on Mars, has discovered the best evidence that drinkable water once flowed on Mars — a rock laden with clay minerals.
Things just keep on getting worse for the U.S. government's secret cybersecurity programs. Apparently the President Barack Obama has ordered a cyber hit-list of sorts, allowing for an offensive cyberstrike both at home and abroad. This comes close on the heels of reports of a phone metadata program and another program allowing federal agencies access to customer data held by major tech firms.
Apple has reportedly signed Sony/ATV Music Publishing onto its rumored iRadio service. With that deal, iRadio has all three major music labels. Will Apple formally announce the service next week?
Android has a new trojan in town, and it has security researchers concerned. It's called Obad, and it shares some unfortunate traits with Windows malware.
Google is killing its RSS reader, Google Reader on July 1. A lot of web-based readers are looking for alternative RSS readers, but will mobile and social news replace RSS altogether?
PRISM, a cybersecurity program used by the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, has, apparently, direct access to data at nine major tech companies. Here's how the federal government can do that.
Samsung's stock dropped a massive six percent. Analysts have changed their rating of the massive company, which lost $12 billion in market value. What's going on with Samsung?
Turns out Verizon isn't the only telecommunications company which has attracted the attention, and patronage, of the NSA. Nine Internet giants, too, were approached by federal agents for an instant backdoor to nearly every person using the Internet in the U.S.
Whistle has come up with a new device to help dog owners track their pet's physical health. But could a pet in poor health help owners too?
NASA and the British Antarctic Survey released a decade-long survey of Antarctica's landmass, stripping away ice which can get up to a mile thick. Here's what Antarctica looks like without all that ice.
Microsoft and the FBI, in a world first, have teamed up to take down a massive botnet responsible for stealing over $500 million from across the world. But will it be enough to put an end to such crimes?