“I'm pretty sure this is a state-sponsored attack,” Blasco said.
During a cybercrime symposium at Pace University on Feb. 28, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Pace University President Stephen Friedman, and Assistant Special Agent [...]
With its Chromebook taking the number-one spot on Amazon’s list of top-selling laptops, Google decided to up the ante with a new and powerful machine known as the Chromebook Pixel. The sleek-looking laptop’s name is a play on its top [...]
And between Feb. 15 and 17, indie game developers from around the world gathered in New York City for IndieCade East, which was held at the Museum of the Moving Image in [...]
Fundamentally, the conflict with Iran, including the threat of a cyber 9/11, is an economic war.
When video games are mentioned in public speech, it’s usually in the context of violent games inspiring violent acts—of minds twisted through pixelated gore in sandbox worlds where rules of the real world no longer apply. Yet there is another [...]
In the past, high security systems were often imagined as retina scanners and palm-print readers. But today, when we all play on our phones like 14-year-olds, it appears we’ve decided the only things personal enough to verify our identities are [...]
Linux is about to hit big, and Ubuntu is leading the charge. The open source operating system, made freely available by a large community of dedicated developers, may soon conquer the smartphone market with PC-phone hybrids, and may soon become [...]
"Twitter will become a de facto communication tool for nearly all heads of state in 2013," believes Omar Hijazi, Managing Partner at Digital Daya.
Lightning-resistant airplanes and scratch-resistant wind turbines are on the list for upcoming experiments on how graphene can improve current technology. Graphene sheets are made from pure carbon and come in one-atom-thick sheets that resemble grids of tiny honeycombs. According to a [...]