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GhostFred BurtonRandom HouseJune 3 2008For decades, Fred Burton, a key figure in international counterterrorism and domestic spycraft, has secretly...
A streaming app from the group's Lebanese-based satellite network has been scrubbed from the App Store and Google Play.
Longtime Pentagon correspondent Richard Whittle investigated the unmanned aircraft that gave the military the ability to attack targets from the other side of the world. He talked to CNET about the drone.
Tension increases in Lebanon over the design of secure, attack-resistant data networks, as Hezbollah defends the private fiber-optic network it has laid there.
Brookings Institution fellow P.W. Singer warns that we need a plan for the robot war games many don't realize are already under way.
Despite a trade ban, a third party is selling Hewlett-Packard's products in cities such as Tehran. According to The Boston Globe, that could be a violation of the law.
I haven't been back to this part of the world in over two decades. Reading about the changes is one thing. Seeing them up close is quite something else.
Ruggedized firewall designed to protect military networks.
Is the progress of the Free Flow of Information Act a cause for concern or one of celebration? Josh Wolf sees a grim reality behind subtle bill distinctions.
Blog-tracking site Technorati says 175,000 new blogs appear per day worldwide. Are you keeping up with them all?