Hackers have shown how they could take down the Internet.
The top prosecutor in Manhattan thinks Washington will finally heed his call to make Apple resume opening devices to investigators.
The social network wants to use satellites, drones, and new forms of wireless to widen Internet access.
Evidence that foreign hackers might try to disrupt November’s election have led to much-needed reflection on how to prevent such problems.
Sarcasm is almost impossible for computers to spot. A mathematical approach to linguistics could change that.
We live our lives through social networks, and the authorities have taken advantage of that.
Edith Ramirez says that protecting consumer privacy cannot become an afterthought as the technological landscape grows more complex.
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv.
If you enjoy 3-D puzzles, you’ll love quantum programing. There’s even an online game to challenge your skills.
Size doesn’t matter like it used to.