Following a cyberattack against Polish airline LOT that grounded 11 flights and nearly 1,400 passengers Sunday, company and government officials say that hackers are outpacing cyber defense tactics.
Massive internet providers such as AT&T, Time Warner, Verizon and Comcast are purposefully slowing data from popular websites to thousands of businesses and residential users across the country.
The first official net neutrality complaint has been filed with the Federal Communications Commission and it’s against Time Warner Cable.
New Zealand company Martin Aircraft says it is 12-18 months away from selling individual jetpacks to consumers…for a hefty price.
The transparency website WikiLeaks says it’s in the process of publishing more than 500,000 Saudi diplomatic documents, a move that echoes its famous release of U.S. State Department cables in 2010.
The state-owned Russian defense firm, United Instrument Manufacturing Corp., reported to state-owned news site Sputnik that they’d developed a microwave-based weapon they plan to show off privately at the Russian Defense Ministry’s Army-2015 expo June 16-19.
UK online banking service Intelligent Environments says it’s invented the “world’s first emoji passcode.”
A popular web service that promises to help people keep their passwords secure has reported hackers may have obtained some user information — although not actual passwords — from its network.
Deeply personal information submitted by U.S. intelligence and military personnel for security clearances – mental illnesses, drug and alcohol use, past arrests, bankruptcies and more – is in the hands of hackers linked to China, officials say.
Paleontologists fear audiences will get an incorrect view of dinosaurs because of the movie franchise.