We've all seen people who text while driving and do everything except pay attention to the road. Sounds like we need a law, right? California banned hand-held cell phonery while driving back in 2008, but it doesn't seem to have helped.
Tara sketches out what a world post-Net-Neutrality might look like, depending upon how things shake out in Washington.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims the NSA can remotely power up phone and use them as listening devices.
Don't even think about trying to open or tamper with the Boeing Black phone.
Hundreds of miniature satellites in low Earth orbit would transmit data streams from several hundred ground stations. Continue reading →
According to secret documents, a program called Penetrating Hard Targets includes a project to build a cryptologically useful quantum computer.
A full government shutdown is in effect here in the U.S. And it's having a pretty significant impact in the science world. Trace details that impact, and explains its potentially long-lasting effects.
According to new reports, the National Security Agency invested billions of dollars since 2000 to break open secured Web data.
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