Some radical rethinking will be needed to cut the excessive use of power in data centers, say computer scientists.
Vulnerability hunters increasingly rely on "fuzzing", a technique that tries to break programs with pseudo-random inputs.
A low-cost, multifunctional reading device could take the market by storm.
An unmanned vehicle developed by the Japanese space agency is ready to bring supplies to the space station.
A novel electric propulsion system will take an ESA spacecraft to deep space.
Other antivirus firms have raised questions about Immunet's "cloud-antivirus" technology. The startup's CEO offers to answer them.
At its annual Desert RATS event, NASA is testing new robots in a simulated lunar environment.
Cloud or not? Antivirus companies look for faster ways to detect malicious code, but are foggy on the exact definition of a cloud service.
The first full-scale test of the booster for NASA's Ares I rocket was called off because of a power failure.
For the first time, the country has launched a vehicle carrying a satellite, but it failed to reach its intended orbit.