The Federal Bureau of Investigation on Friday officially accused North Korea of sponsoring the massive cyberattack against Sony pictures late last month, which escalated to a terrorist threat against movie theaters this week and the cancellation of Sony Pictures' "The Interview."
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The FBI confirmed in a document published Thursday it has opened up the possibility of investigating the gaming and journalism debate known as "Gamergate," which has spawned a slew of online threats against female gamers, developers and journalists in recent months.
A double amputee from Colorado became the first man to wear two robotic arms developed by Johns Hopkins University and control them with nothing but his mind during an experiment earlier this summer.
The U.S.-regulated corporation responsible for managing the Internet's most-crucial functions was hacked last month according to a statement from the company this week, which comes months after the Obama administration announced plans to hand regulation of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) over to the global community.
Officials in the U.S. government are reportedly linking North Korea and the massive hack of Sony late last month, which was followed up by a terrorist threat this week that forced Sony to pull the film "The Interview" ahead of its Dec. 25 release.
The nation's largest movie theater chains announced Wednesday their intention to drop Sony Pictures' "The Interview" after hackers behind a massive cyberattack against the company threatened 9/11-style terror attacks against moviegoers.
Amid a month of milestones for space exploration, private vehicle manufacturer and launch contractor SpaceX will attempt to land its reusable Falcon 9 rocket on a floating sea platform after reentry for the first time on Friday.
Hackers behind the massive cyberattack against Sony published a statement Tuesday threatening to attack movie theater audiences for "The Interview," which stars James Franco and Seth Rogen in a comedic attempt to assassinate North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
BMW announced Tuesday plans to show off the latest in automated driving at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in January, including fully automated parking users can activate via smartwatch.
Tesla Motors' new all-wheel-drive Model S just started rolling out, and test drivers are already using it to roll up the competition in and above its price class.
The FBI can't open "backdoors" to Americans' cellphones to catch criminals without leaving them open to cybercriminals too, according to Oregon Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden.
Jaguar Land Rover just unveiled the latest concept for its "Virtual Urban Windscreen" technology, which uses external cameras on the outside of a car to give the driver a full 360-degree view around -- and through -- the interior.
Using a simple melody and a sprinkling of products, Apple's newest seasonal spot is a combination of promotion and emotion sure to melt even the iciest of hearts this holiday season.
Earlier this month a critical rotor malfunction sent a National Guard Black Hawk helicopter plunging 6,000 feet to the ground in under a minute --- an accident all three pilots miraculously walked away from.
A Swiss ex-fighter pilot and Guinness record holder for the first jet-propelled wing flight just took his aerial acrobatics to the next level in Dubai, where Yves Rossy did some impressive jetpack stunts in tandem with an airplane.
Ahead of a major vote on a spending bill to avoid a government shutdown, lawmakers in Congress have quietly slipped in a provision overwriting legislation passed earlier this year that prevents the National Security Agency from conducting "backdoor" searches of Americans' electronic communications.
Iranian hackers infiltrated the servers of the Las Vegas Sands Hotel earlier this year, wiping out more than $40-million in equipment and data according to a report that comes on the heels of a massive Sony hack likely perpetrated by another nation-state.
Five high-end luxury vehicles custom-built for the new Bond film "Spectre" have been stolen along with four others from Range Rover headquarters in Neuss, Germany.
Are tumbling prices at the pump taking the share price of leading electric auto manufacturer Tesla Motors with them?