While Gmail's new policy of automatically loading images by default may have some people excited, it comes at a security sacrifice.
The space agency releases an animation that dramatically shows how the risk of fire may increase in North America throughout the century.
Brian Muirhead of NASA's Jet Propulsion Lab tells security professionals at Black Hat that failure is not an option when taking big risks, but offers tips on avoiding it.
The research team that discovered significant security holes in more than a dozen home Wi-Fi routers adds more devices to that list at Defcon 21.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers advice about whether the risk of malware should factor into a reader's decision about which smartphone OS to buy.
A new report suggests that companies should be protected from threat of lawsuit or regulation enforcement if they are sharing cyber security threat information with the government.
Automotive News reports on the future of Lexus design, and how the company will use more extreme styling on its models.
Browser makers are excited about a new technology called Web Sockets, but some are scrambling after an early version raised a security problem.
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Some movie studios and music labels say they aren't clear on how Amazon intends to license their content for its new services.