Roddenberry Entertainment partners with Wikia to launch a portal for "Star Trek" fans with images and audio from the Roddenberry family's personal files.
What happens when 3 billion or 5 billion people are all connected through a single entity that seeks to mirror in the digital world how people interact in the real world?
China is increasingly using hackers to infiltrate U.S. military computers and defense contractors, according to a draft of Congressional report obtained by Bloomberg.
There are battles being waged online between the U.S., China, and Russia.
Looking to make online transactions safer, it drafts a strategy to use trusted and secure identities in cyberspace, and asks for ideas and feedback from the public.
The Air Force wants to build an offensive botnet to cripple foreign defenses.
Online searches for the actress have a one-in-five chance of hitting a Web site with malware, according to a McAfee report.
Melissa Hathaway, who at one point was considered a leading candidate to fill the "cyberczar" post permanently, tells the Wall Street Journal she's resigning for personal reasons.
The Air Force is training 320,000 airmen to use PCs as a counter weapon ready for action in cyberspace.
The networked address book needs to be built. Who will do it?