The tablet- and touch screen-friendly interface in the Consumer Preview might be familiar to Windows Phone users, but for everyone else, you're not in Kansas anymore.
Researchers funded by the Air Force are exploring using "quantum memories" to secure long-range communications. Where have we seen that before?
A hacker who posted racy photos gloating about his hack of police officers' home addresses didn't realize the pictures were GPS-tagged and time-stamped.
We need to respect the human remains at Titanic's wreckage and support the efforts of NOAA and others to protect the site.
Even if you check the URLs for links in e-mail and other messages, you could still be fooled by homographs.
A company that called Osama bin Laden's death four hours before it was announced claims it can use tweets to predict the future, and has partnered with Twitter to prove it.
At FOSE, a system that depicts botnet infections, including within agencies, and other new products show that innovation is alive and well.
Even before getting down to individual technologies, the FOSE show floor has something to offer.
Seagate says its magnetic recording technology is ready to produce 6T hard drives now and 60T within a decade, at prices comparable to today's drives.
Whether neutrinos are faster than light is still up in the air, but researchers find they can take communications through stone.
In an era when even on-disk encyclopedias seem to be passé, Britannica's move to all-digital editions was inevitable.
If you're new to Google Apps for Government, or even a veteran Gmail user, you might not know about these handy keyboard shortcuts, many of them single-key functions.