Maybe this is the hero we need right now.
Hackers have found yet another way to monetize the shitty security of internet users.
Playing 'Quick, Draw' allows you to have some very weird interactions with a neural network. And come to terms with your farm animal drawing skills.
Another day, another database left online for no apparent reason.
The hotel left full credit card data, trip details, and much more in an unprotected database.
Even the server it's stored on can't see what's stashed in a ZeroBD database.
After the MacKeeper leak, it turns out at least 34,000 databases suffer from similar problems.
It’s not just for girls.
A long-forgotten Microsoft project from the late 1990s revolutionized how we saw the Earth and became the underpinning technology of Google Maps and Google Earth.
Media organizations like the "Washington Post" and the "Guardian" are trying to answer what should be a simple question: How many people are killed by the cops?
Maybe don't list secret codewords in your public LinkedIn profile.
On Wednesday, the Utah State Legislature created a sex-offender-style registry for warning the public about Utah's Gordon Gekkos. The idea might just catch on.