A federal agent learns that tweets aren't kept secret.
The PlayBook's interface gives it a head start with BlackBerry users, and the extra features could make it a winner.
Where Sony dropped the ball on getting the word out about security, Google is racing to head off even the potential for problems with Android.
The Taliban begin an English Twitter feed, and we learn that they are winning — in their own minds.
The key-drive sized PC from the Raspberry Pi Foundation could help in poor areas and school districts, as long as they have monitors.
A look at some of the technology used to quickly and, when necessary, stealthily collect information at bin Laden’s compound and other locations.
Neural network gets delusional and claims responsibility for a terrorist bombing during a study of schizophrenia.
Intel's new 22-nanometer, tri-gate transistor can greatly boost performance while reducing power consumption.
Terrorist leader Osama bin Laden's low-tech approach kept him hidden for years. But being off the grid eventually helped expose him, and new technology assisted in finding him.
Gravity Probe B's four satellites, equipped with super-precise gyroscopes, confirm theories about gravitational effects on space-time.
When modern technology falls short, it's up to the old stuff to carry us through.
New key drives are more secure, but still hackable until they get to Level 3.