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A key protocol created as a short-term solution in 1989 is designed to automatically trust users, a flaw that leaves the network ripe for attack.
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Given the pace of automation, robots could be coming to the classroom.
An early access version of “Lego Worlds” is available now.
The many ways the government can go after phone records.
Google’s new “My Account” page centralizes settings for Gmail, search, YouTube and Google Maps
Having basically no Internet infrastructure can make it a lot harder for people to target you with cyberattacks.
The new operating system will be available for free to most existing Windows users -- and ditches Internet Explorer.
Israeli medical experts say they have developed a wearable monitoring device that sends health data to a pregnant mother’s smartphone.
Mobile is eating the business world, but businesses are left on the sideline.
As the health-care industry tries to manage vast amounts of genetic data, IT firms see opportunities.
How Alex Stamos has helped Yahoo catch up with the competition.
Efforts to reboot the craft’s computer have failed.
New laws in Canada and other countries require motorists to take a time out from their wearable gadgets.
The maker of language learning software is mulling the offer amid falling sales and a transition to education products.
The harsh sentence imposed on Ross Ulbricht took into account damage done by the drugs sold.
Google’s new Project Soli chip could let you wrap the world around your little finger.
This new take on the classic brick-breaker game provides familiar fun without getting boring.
A team from the state’s FAA test site takes flight to help the search and rescue operations.
Here’s what happens when you send an e-mail or buy something online.
Google and GoPro want you to join the virtual reality revolution.
Crypto Wars, redux.
The real threat of the latest iPhone-crashing bug? The prank you can pull with it.
The venture capitalist highlights the latest trends in Internet usage and growth.
Shopping and mobile appear to be on the search giant’s mind.
For years, the Lifeline program helped poor people get phone service. Now it could be expanded to cover high-speed Internet.
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