A well-respected computer security reporter says he was the target of a con that sent an armed SWAT team to his front door.
A Texas boy claims that while playing Xbox 360 Call of Duty online, someone in a chat room threatens to hack his information and get a SWAT team to his house. The SWAT team duly arrives. Panic ensues.
Users who switch to Android report they can't receive messages from iPhone users who previously communicated with them over iMessage.
A man who works in a school claims the cell phone in his pocket was too close to his bottom and ends up calling his last-dialed number, his wife's. His wife hears gangster-like words and calls the police.
A West Coast SWAT team competition lets elite agents compare their prowess and share their techniques in real-life scenarios.
Blockbuster adds game rentals to its by-mail service. It will offer over 3,000 titles, in addition to the 95,000 movies and television shows it currently offers.
Wired commentator Regina Lynn writes about what happens when people from outside the adult industry apply tech expertise to sex-toy design.
Red Hat isn't buying Microsoft's patent ruling in Europe.
Users are resorting to makeshift solutions for iPhone bugs and some compatibility issues are resolved.
Sierra has released its version 1.1 patch for SWAT 4.