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Text messages could also be intercepted.
The spying can happen even on cellular networks using the most advanced encryption now available.
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The Los Angeles-based non-profit that acts as something of the air traffic-controller of the global Internet has announced that it was the victim of a hacking attack last month.
Google has filed a lawsuit against Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, based on information leaked from e-mails taken in the massive cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Add in state and federal fines, and T-Mobile could wind up paying $112.5 million — or more.
Under development for years by the military and the defense industry, lasers have moved from science-fiction fantasy, to the laboratory and, just recently, to the Persian Gulf.
The industry-backed proposal would preempt efforts by the Federal Communications Commission to draw up new rules for Internet providers.
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These German researchers bought their 6-foot-2 robot a plane ticket from LA.
What you need to know about the latest on the Sony Pictures breach.
Digital politicos say that they “try not to be too creepy,” but the rewards for tapping our personal information are simply too great to ignore.
A state regulator says it’ll loosen requirements on virtual currency companies in the face of public feedback.
Connectivity has helped define the conflict between the United States and Cuba throughout the Obama presidency.
Surprised guests at the National Museum of American History are treated to some holiday carols.
The figure so casually tossed around in the open Internet debate is now the subject of a fierce back and forth.
In a year of unprecedented thefts, there’s a growing cockiness, ambition and media-savvy within the hacker world.
The tech giant is turbo-charging its same-day delivery program, starting in Manhattan.
Forty-six towns say they’re interested in working with Internet providers to build fiber to the home.
No need for cookie cutters with the Foodini, a 3-D printer designed to create edible products. The machine won’t be available to buyers before Christmas, but the company expects to begin selling it in the second half of 2015.
Samsung’s launch of VR Gear hints at a future in which our holidays will never be quite the same.
Sorry, Kim Kardashian. With the Classic, BlackBerry shows it’s happy to safe, solid and a little bit boring.
BlackBerry is returning to its roots with a new smartphone called the Classic, featuring a traditional keyboard at a time when rivals and customers have embraced touch screens.
The move is a first for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
And why the executives are likely to be trustworthy on the issue.
The movement to draft the Massachusetts Democrat to run for president has an online-savvy master plan. What it doesn’t have is a candidate.
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