The US senator says his past as a comedian and writer gives him plenty of reasons to mistrust big media companies.
On the 25th anniversary of its EOS system, Canon finally announces the long-awaited update to its full-frame 5D Mark II dSLR. It's packed with capabilities for both still and video shooters, but at a much steeper price.
With a 36-megapixel sensor, new autofocus and metering systems, better viewfinder, and some attractive video features, the D800 might just have been worth the seemingly endless wait.
Pranksters at 4chan and Tumblr organize rival cyberattacks for fun, source says.
U.S. Sen. Al Franken urged the tech savvy entrepreneurs at South by Southwest not to sell out or let their government sell them out, and to stand up for Net neutrality.
With a new fast-moving, developer-oriented version of Chrome, Google hopes to find trouble spots sooner. Canary runs alongside other versions of Chrome.
A VeriSign investigation underscores how little money or technical expertise is needed to carry out botnet attacks.
Verizon spokesman says carrier blocked sites associated with online forum to thwart network attacks. It's not clear which sites were affected and exactly what the trouble was.
U.S. senators and representatives, including former NBC comedian Al Franken, hold hearings to question the cable giant and the media conglomerate about the proposed merger.
We walk through the TCP SYN attack that almost sparked an Internet war.