In ‘Flyover Country,’ we see a world where U.S. factories churn out iPhones using prison labor.
Unfortunately, no one from the controversial surveillance vendor came up on stage to collect the prize.
The popular apps used by millions of users all run the same software, called Electron.
Security researchers found several vulnerabilities that allowed them to take remote control of internet-connected devices that control door locks.
“Ultimately, the lure of civil forfeiture turned these federal cops into robbers,” a lawyer for a firm representing people swept up in an overly broad government seizure said.
One of the world’s biggest video games wants to break into the Chinese market, here’s what it’ll have to do to make the cut.
A mysterious orb has landed in Mexico, Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan, don’t fight a war at a nuclear power plant, and other strange stories from this week.
Hackers claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous defaced a Chinese government website in support of Taiwan and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s visit to the country.
Pseudonymous researcher Pancak3 is on a crusade to publish the real names and photos of some of the underground's most infamous hacking crews.
The wholesome Canadian chain caused a scandal when its privacy violation was revealed, and now it's proposing a free coffee and a baked good as restitution.