GCN Lab director John Breeden outlines a possible scenario where a low-tech terrorist attempt could be a component of a high-tech attack.
Gadget-toting GCN Lab director John Breeden has gotten used to extra scrutiny at the airport.
GCN Lab's Trudy Walsh usually checks her 10-pound laptop in her luggage when she flies. How has your laptop fared going through airport security?
Don’t discount terrorists’ low-tech devices — they’re dangerous, too.
GCN Lab’s Trudy Walsh likes an app that eases her laundry burden.
GCN Lab’s Greg Crowe examines the motivations behind the Apple-Adobe feud.
GCN Lab director John Breeden is bookmarking SETI’s Web site that will let anyone try to read the sounds of the cosmos.
GCN Lab’s Trudy Walsh ponders the symbolism of an apple smashing contest sponsored by Elecite, maker of BlackBerry theme software
GCN Lab's Trudy Walsh is amazed her tweets are in the same library as Lincoln's second inaugural address.
GCN Lab director John Breeden is glad to see that DARPA is putting serious research into developing a flying car, like we were promised by futurists decades ago.
GCN Lab's Greg Crowe notes that a few simple security tweaks could have prevented a disgruntled ex-employee from meddling with car dealership’s system.
The apps available for Apple's sleek new iPad have many BlackBerry-carrying feds drooling, but BlackBerry also offers a robust, if lesser-known, app store, says GCN Lab Director John Breeden.