A student wins in the Google #IfIHadGlass competition and tries to sell his glasses on eBay. He meets with opposition. He says he just wanted to pay off his student loans.
The virus can not only steal data but disrupt computers by removing critical files, says a Symantec researcher.
The security protocol that enables Siri to communicate with Apple's servers and return information via speech recognition has been cracked by developer Applidium.
Based on high worm infection rate in Iran and delay of nuclear plant there, one expert speculates that the plant may have been targeted by Stuxnet.
Hackers can potentially enter crucial elements of the world's infrastructure, such as power grids, water works, and even a nation's military arsenal. What are we doing to stop them?
Panelists at the RSA security conference don't know why some products arrive on store shelves in the U.S. infected with viruses.
Automotive New reports on attempts by GM to keep Volt photos from leaking.
San Francisco city computer engineer remains held on $5 million bail, accused of hijacking city network and arranging it to self-destruct during the next routine maintenance or outage.
Still no definitive word on the cable cuts, but international authorities are considering deliberate wrongdoing as a possibility.
The dreaded cat can now be burned onto a piece of toast.