A year after Microsoft kicked off a three-level grading system for vulnerabilities, researchers still question its accuracy.
Using more than one antivirus engine helps users detect threats faster, but the legality of using another company's scanner is questionable.
Microsoft finds that the Trojans and viruses spreading around China and Brazil differ from those in the rest of the world.
An experiment shows how "deceptive" behavior can emerge from simple rules.
A device called Somniloquy processes network traffic autonomously, allowing a computer's CPU, hard disk, and display to be powered down.
Using DNA structures, researchers may be able to construct tinier, cheaper chips
Green Dam won't be enforced on private computers.
The next advance in propulsion systems may employ an external light source.
Some very interesting ideas are being showcased this week at SIGGRAPH 2009.
The company answers questions on its view of in-game hacking.