A giant case shows Russian hacker gangs remain a potent force, and provides fuel to arguments for mandatory sharing of computer attack information between industry and government.
A new report gives a wide range for what cybercrime and espionage actually cost the United States and the world.
By bouncing light off a vibrating nanomembrane, researchers can now detect radio waves in an entirely new way
Cuba's new state-run cybercafes charge 70 cents an hour for the Cuban version, and $5 for the global one. And please hand over your national ID card.
The familiar strangers we see every day on the bus and in the supermarket form an important hidden network at the heart of society, according to the first city-wide study of these passive links.
The ability to control one quantum particle by manipulating another somewhere else sounds like the stuff of science fiction. Now physicists say they know how to do it
A study of the social network behind the Occupy movement shows that the most vocal participants were highly connected before the protests began but have now largely lost interest, say social network researchers
The explanation of the mysterious barren circles that form in the middle of fertile grasslands hints that similar circles may show up in other systems, say complexity scientists
The discovery of a law governing the growth of cities means that future urban populations can now be forecast in advance
The unexpected behaviour of crowds at one of Europe’s largest music festivals should help organisers plan future events, say researchers