The course-correcting bullet developed by the U.S. Department of Defense research agency, DARPA, released footage this week showing the rounds guiding themselves into moving targets.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday created the first sanctions program that would allow the U.S. to penalize individuals and entities overseas who engage in malicious cyberattacks and cyber spying.
Facebook is trying to get in the game of online payment systems like PayPal by introducing a free friend-to-friend payment service of its own on Tuesday.
After years trying to rebuild Internet Explorer’s bad reputation, Microsoft has announced a new flagship browser will take its place.
Facebook will be removing memorialized and voluntarily deactivated accounts from page’s like counts, which will reduce the number of likes if your business has a Facebook page.
The nonprofit Wikimedia Foundation that runs Wikipedia’s free online encyclopedia is filing suit against the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice for large-scale search and seizure of internet communications.
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have issued a joint warning to U.S. law enforcement agencies that a growing output of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria recruiting efforts are trending with American youth.
Anyone born before 1990 might get a blow to their ego when creating an account on the web browser Firefox.
A new study finds that information stored and emails sent from within the health care industry have the worst security practices, with such emails being four times as likely to be fraudulent than those from social media outlets such as Facebook.
You may have seen the Facebook page of a friend or family member who has passed on become a memorial of sorts for that person.