Official confirms report by veteran Pentagon reporter Bill Gertz saying hackers linked to China's government "broke into one of the U.S. government's most sensitive computer networks."
It works in a home aquarium with toys, but could this laser tripwire alert people to hungry sharks approaching swimmers?
The upscale department store identified a security breach in mid-December, but sources tell the New York Times that the hacker's trail leads back to July.
The company says, however, that the amounts shown on the site do not "constitute a filing of rehabilitation claims."
Last month's Apple developer site shutdown has been tied to a vulnerability that was successfully spotted by researchers.
Employee usernames and passwords were accessed in latest hack, which the company suspected of originating in China.
Brian Krebs reports that the malware used to steal millions of customers' payment card information was uploaded through a compromised server.
A new rash guard shirt takes an unusual approach to warding off sharks by making the wearer look like a venomous sea creature.
According to reports, the Swedish government now suspects Gottfrid Svartholm Warg of aggravated fraud. Warg was already in custody for allegedly ripping off tax documents.
Responding to video of a blazing Model S that circulated earlier this week, Tesla posted an explanation of the accident and facts about fires in gasoline cars.