Many of the hacked tweets criticized Russian government policies.
A gang that dubs itself CyberVor collected confidential user names and passwords from some 420,000 websites.
The protagonist controls the world around him by hacking into systems with his smartphone.
French design students transform a commercial 3-D printer into a robotic tattoo machine -- and post the instructions online. Continue reading →
The virus lets anyone on the Internet get into a secure Web server and scoop up the site's encryption keys, user passwords and site content.
Scientists are exploring ways to disperse electrons in space in order to prevent high-energy particles from shorting out sensitive electronics.
Technologies that can improve lives can also take them away.
The Pentagon wants to make hacking easy enough for anyone to use on the battlefield. Continue reading →
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