Can a computer virus actually protect unsuspecting systems? Lab director John Breeden II wants to find out.
Another company already has an iCloud, but Apple has been down this road before.
The people being sued for downloading the film are probably guilty of copyright infringement, but the whole legal action still looks like extortion.
Company banishes developers' apps to keep Sony happy.
Although there may be little direct effect on government, the indirect effect will be huge because it may for the first time give millions of people experience with that crazy thing called The Cloud.
IBM could teach government agencies a few things about managing Facebook and Twitter.
The e-mail apparently used in the attack seemed to come from Google and cited security concerns, but when it asked for passwords, users should have known better.
The World Health Organization reverses course, citing a possible connection with cancer.
At a time when equipment cuts are happening across the board, the Air Force wants to double the number of unmanned attack aircraft. And somebody has to fly them.
The EyeLock personal retina scanner lets you limit access to websites and programs.
Don't overlook the proper way to honor the fallen.
The service takes a step toward Big Brother with the idea to develop a camera that records visible-light and infrared images, along with a person’s unique facial movements.