New Android software lets users unofficially tap into Apple's iMessage service, though the security behind the app is suspect.
Hobbyist inventor and several-time Guinness World Record holder Colin Furze has strapped a pulse jet to a rickety old bicycle. Why? Well, in his mad world, why not?
Some aircraft engineers in Australia are concerned about small cracks that have appeared on the wing ribs of some Airbus A380 airplanes, a report says. They're calling for the whole fleet to be grounded, but Airbus says the cracks are harmless.
Samsung is denying that dangerous working conditions in one of its chip-production plants were responsible for two workers dying of leukaemia, citing a study the company itself commissioned.
University of California professor says Obama administration claim that scanners are safe is based on "many misconceptions." He and his colleagues are preparing a response.
AAA study finds that motorists feel less safe than they did years ago, due to the growth of text messaging while driving.
Government report recommends that Internet service providers force customers to use antivirus and firewall software or face disconnection.
Poor programming practices in Chinese-mandated Green Dam filtering software put users at risk of compromise, security expert says.
Attackers can use the "Covert Redirect" vulnerability in both open-source log-in systems to steal your data and redirect you to unsafe sites.
A proposal to collect travelers' birth dates and genders could add to travel hassles for many and poses a particular challenge for transgender folks, whose legal gender is not always as simple as "M" or "F."