A joke job advert was posted on a government website recently, looking for a James Bond-style special agent.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee says the activities of the NSA and its UK counterpart, the GCHQ, could warp his baby, making the Internet vulnerable to attack and depriving humanity of a "safe space" for problem solving.
According to a report, the U.K. government allegedly bypassed international intelligence-sharing treaties by piggybacking on the NSA's reported PRISM network.
The countries had been trading counter-terrorism information, but a data analyst allegedly stole it and tried to sell it to commercial buyers and foreign officials, according to a report.
It has emerged that Britain's Secret Service has admitted to using Facebook to recruit tomorrow's James Bonds.
Broadband providers and phone networks are to reveal to authorities your every phone call, text message, email and private social network message.
The Web certificate-issuing failed to update one of its Web servers, which allowed a hacker to access it and led to the company ceasing operations for more than a week last year.
Despite the vaguely technical title, the latest James Bond installment, Quantum of Solace, is almost completely devoid of gadgets.
Crave correspondent John Scott Lewinski walks in the steps of the real-life British spies who inspired Ian Fleming's most famous character -- and knocks back a martini in Bond's honor.
Buildings are springing up all across London town, and we're not talking about new skyscrapers. Google Maps now includes 3D images of buildings proudly raised above the map of the capital.