The U.S. Justice Department has charged four members of an international hacking ring with more than $100 million in international property theft, including Microsoft Xbox One, Xbox Live and U.S. Army software designed for Apache helicopter training.
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Apple is losing the battle to convince users its iPhone 6 models don't bend, and the company's advertising department isn't helping, according to The Verge.
Eric Holder: It’s ‘Worrisome’ That Apple And Google Are ‘Thwarting’ Law Enforcement By Encrypting User Data
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder joined the law enforcement campaign against Apple and Google's new privacy standards this week, telling a crowd at a child sex abuse conference that the companies' decision to encrypt users' mobile data is "worrisome" and "thwarting" law enforcement's ability to protect children.
As U.S.-led airstrikes continue in Syria and Iraq, the Pentagon has released a video of an F-15 Eagle wiping out an ISIS compound near Kobani, Syria (close to the central Turkish border) with a Lockheed Martin Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod.
Facebook rolled out a massive new ad platform this week called "Atlas," which, for the first time, will harness the social media giant's vast collection of user data by tracking users from their desktops to their mobiles and sell targeted ads across the Internet.
Two freighter ships filled with cargo containers collided at the north end of the Suez Canal on Monday, according to a Business Insider report.
Microsoft officially unveiled its latest operating system -- Windows 10 -- at an event in San Francisco on Tuesday, where the company made a number of surprising announcements including the return of the "Start" menu and a release date in 2015.
In response to the White House fence jumping earlier this month, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson told Congress Tuesday that the agency has installed locks on the presidential mansion's front doors, which will now be locked in event of a security breach.
Julian Assange on Tuesday amped up his assault against Google's "revolving door" with the U.S. government and big data gathering practices, which the WikiLeaks founder described as "a push towards a technocratic imperialism or digital colonialism."
California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill this week that would have increased restrictions on police drone use, including a provision requiring agencies to obtain a warrant before deploying drones for surveillance.
A new system designed to record video and audio of parking valets installed in the 2015 Corvette might be illegal to use according to manufacturer Chevrolet.
Apple users are hitting the company hard over its bendable new iPhone 6s, and according to Thursday night's Conan, all the bad press has left the door wide open for some "stiff" competition.
Law enforcement officials across the country and at all levels of government are amping up their warnings about Apple's new privacy standards, the latest of which comes from a Chicago police chief, who said iPhones will become the favored device among pedophiles.
Billionaire Vedanta Resources founder Anil Agarwal has decided to donate the majority of his fortune to charity after meeting fellow billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
FBI Director James Comey told reporters Thursday he's worried that new privacy standards being adopted by smartphone companies Apple and Google could help criminals evade law enforcement.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had unsurprisingly harsh words for Google this week during a promotion event for his new book, "When Google Met WikiLeaks," during which he described the Silicon Valley giant as a "privatized NSA."
Tumbling Apple share prices led a decline across Wall Street Thursday after the company released and retracted a massively flawed software update Wednesday, adding to a week of bad press over the latest iPhone's tendency to bend in users' pockets.
Chris Hemsworth is trading in his hammer for a computer in director Michael Mann's upcoming cyber-thriller "Blackhat," in which the "Avengers" actor plays a convicted, MIT-trained cyber criminal-turned savior tasked with saving the U.S. from a cyberattack on four major banks and a nuclear power plant.
Home Depot's customer credit card security team repeatedly raised "red flags" to superiors for years prior to the recent theft of some 53 million customers' card information, and were consequently overworked, understaffed and ignored.