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The Joint Chiefs' unclassified email system is back after it was the target of a cyberattack believed to have been carried out by Russian hackers.
Verizon is revamping the way customers pay for cellphone service. The nation's largest wireless carrier on Friday said it was doing away the practice
China's cyber spies have accessed the private emails of "many" top Obama administration officials, according to a senior U.S. intelligence official
The Milwaukee Police Department announced this week that it will be outfitting its vehicles with a system that launches GPS trackers at fleeing vehicles.
Ubiquiti Networks, a Silicon Valley computer networking company, says it was scammed of nearly $47 million by cyber thieves.
A 3-D printed drone was recently launched from a British military warship and successfully flew to shore.
Two weeks after it was shut down by a "highly sophisticated cyber attack," the Joint Staff email system is expected to be back up and running.
Sabre, a company that provides technology used for airline and hotel reservations, may have been the victim of a hack.
While swiping on Tinder doesn't require alcohol, meeting up with a date often does, leaving those who want to socialize while sober in the lurch.
US officials tell NBC News that Russia launched a "sophisticated cyber attack against the Pentagon's Joint Staff unclassified email system which has b
Tesla Motors has sent a software patch to address security flaws in the Model S sedan that could allow hackers to take control of the vehicle.
Teenagers rely on social networks and games to keep in touch with existing friends and make new ones, but online friends generally stay that way.
China's top anti-pornography office on Thursday announced its latest mission: a campaign to remove amateur sex videos from China's social media.
Apple has signed up 11 million trial members for its new music streaming service, Apple Music, in the five weeks since its launch.
Hackers are taking advantage of vulnerability in Apple's iOS mobile operating system to install malicious software disguised as popular apps.
The dream of a free and open Internet is slowly being killed by overregulation, censorship and bad laws, a top computer crime defense lawyer says.
Reddit's publicly announced crackdown on hate and harassment has begun, with a new content policy in place and several racist subreddits banned.