DD0S attacks have been getting easier, and the Wikileaks situation shows what that can mean.
The Web-reliant Cr-48 starts up in an instant, and comes with "free" 3G. But Google's online app store needs work.
A laptop running just a Web browser might sound a bit limited. But Google is betting you'll want one.
An algorithm delivers 90 percent of e-mails in real time even though a device is only on half the time.
The electronic bookstore offers titles in open formats, via the cloud.
Behavior and history-sniffing websites know what you copy, click, and rollover, and even which of their competitors you're visiting.
Users care about simplicity, not privacy, which is why portable identities are destined to be controlled by corporations instead of by open standards.
Images from inside the Bahnhof data center show a world of Cold War-era security repurposed for the cyberwarfare of the 21st century.
Whoever is trying to take down Wikileaks with a denial of service attack is now attacking Amazon.com.
Congressmen can call for the site to be shut down, but that may prove nearly impossible.