New questions about the FBI’s power to access data have shifted the years-long political debate over reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.
A startup called Daqri has technology that can print solid objects faster and also powers a new kind of head-up display.
The nonprofit behind Wikipedia is teaming up with Google to work on algorithmic discussion monitors.
A study of how the brain reacts to security alerts led Google to test a new way to warn people that their computers may have been infected with malware.
Conflict over government access to encrypted data will inevitably reignite under President Trump.
D-Wave’s new device is its most advanced yet, but some researchers still question its value.
Trump’s pick to regulate the telecom industry is pro-business, anti-regulation, and relaxed on privacy.
Even though quantum computers don’t exist yet, security companies are preparing to protect against them.
But even if we find out who orchestrated some of the fiercest Internet attacks of late, will it matter?
A massive botnet secretly infiltrated the Twitterverse in 2013 but has lain mysteriously dormant since then, say researchers.