Only one of three recent concerns about the security of Apple's operating system is worth worrying about.
A startup offers Internet users simple warnings about websites’ histories of delivering spyware and spam.
The EC is proposing a European Institute of Technology, but many are giving the ambitious idea a failing grade.
Needed: scanning software for 430 languages and a system to organize the next big leap in the information age.
RFID tags could greatly increase port security by tracking international cargo -- but no one wants to pay for them.
The U.S. Army is testing medical sensors that can monitor everything from sleep patterns to whether a soldier is injured.
Protocols developed at MIT are helping the city of Cambridge to go wireless.
Glowing carbon nanotubes could sniff out the DNA signatures of bioterrorism agents.
New tricks with light and lenses could produce the smallest microprocessors -- without revamping the industry.
DNA tests to find out your ancestry are growing in popularity. But do they really work? And are they worth it?