There is some concern that malware can plant illegal child porn on innocent people's computers, but experts say that, while possible, it's not very likely.
At the border of the decades-long conflict between armed groups and the government, the town of Corinto aims to change its lot by using computers to create better-educated farmers.
The city of Chicago recently installed the Solar Plug-in Station, a tree-shaped structure topped by solar panels that can recharge up to two electric vehicles at a time.
Sparkling Drinks Systems - Innovation Center is also planning to introduce a carbonated beverage maker sans CO2 cartridges this year.
This ain't your grandma's "Poky Little Puppy." Artists turn out imaginary versions of Little Golden Books starring time travelers, meth makers, and sci-fi heroes.
Spy agency uses covert channel of radio waves to access and alter data on non-Internet-connected computers, the New York Times reports.
Our resident car guy was never told how to 'do' motoring events. Nothing scares him more than 'the meeeeja kiss.' Largely because he knows he'll muck it up in one way or another.
On the eve of its buyout by Microsoft, Nokia uses the Mobile World Congress stage to woo regions with first-time smartphone buyers.
Facebook's CEO defends the slow progress of the two recently released products. He says people aren't ready for Home or Graph Search yet, but that will change over time.
That's what Amazon's archrival, CEO Reed Hastings, says but even if it's true, that may not stop Jeff Bezos from pressing ahead.