Researchers say their device, which includes a computer chip, USB ports, and temperature and humidity sensors, will be the size of a credit card.
Just after a security firm raises new WebGL concerns, Microsoft declares the 3D Web graphics technology unsafe. Universal browser support for WebGL seems very unlikely.
New filing, which says last year's leaks did no "real damage to national security," previews defense strategy in case of alleged Wiki-leaker.
A new study shows that cell phone use in test subjects triggers more brain activity. But researchers could not determine whether such activity poses health risks.
Apple has removed an unofficial WikiLeaks app from the App Store, the latest in a series of major companies to block services or funding to the whistleblower site.
Some Web sites only allow alphanumeric characters (letters and numbers) in their passwords. This invites bad passwords, lowering security for everyone.
Contrary to earlier reports, a new study shows that laser printers don't emit much toner into the air, although they can still pose health hazards.
The UK is now drafting a list of sites that should be unblocked by the filters and put onto a whitelist to ensure they stay accessible.
Google is taking additional steps with Verify Apps to protect Android users from potentially malicious non-Play Store apps, even after they've been installed.
Researchers at UCLA are using a 3D printer to produce an inexpensive, lightweight smartphone attachment that could ultimately take the place of large, expensive lab equipment.