Microsoft said over the weekend that its browser is vulnerable to an attack that could allow hackers to install software on unsuspecting users’ computers.
Beijing has invested an estimated $160 million in tidal and wave energy projects since 2010.
The decision raises some unsettling questions about the world’s dependency on a handful of search engines.
Webcam imagery featured 'undesirable nudity.'
The crash of the prominent bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox is the latest sign that bitcoin needs to adopt some sort of oversight if it is going to survive and thrive.
The NSA is now spying on over 300 German politicians and businesspeople.
Some 200 million Web users were mysteriously rerouted to site owned by an anti-censorship group.
The foreign assistance streaming into the Philippines includes technology to facilitate communications.
As many as 13 million Filipinos work abroad, and they're desperately trying to reach their families and friends.
Criminal theft or a heavy-handed spying? It's not clear.
A searchable map for the country updates every ten minutes with data from the Nuclear Regulatory Authority.
Beijing Internet Association looks to debunk what it calls 'misinformation.'
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