Hackers are helping tractor owners “jailbreak” their equipment in order to repair it.
Is an A.I. "foom" even possible?
The State Department Fought To Allow 'Ghost Gun' Files and Won. Why Is It Still Trying To Remove Them?
Despite its victory, the State Department is insisting that a court order to allow the files to spread is not yet technically in effect.
States had been trying to stop the Feds from loosening their hold on certain software, but the Appeals Court says they don't have that power
Meet Eric Lundgren, who got 15 months in prison for selling pirated Microsoft software that the tech giant gives away for free.
Simplifying the rules could save lives on the highway.
'Fundamentally, security is more important than surveillance.'
The NSA opportunistically hoards and deploys powerful bugs that make everyone less secure online.
Jury finds use of Java API was covered by fair use
John McAfee Glad Intel Dropping His Name From Anti-Virus Software: I Told Them to Drop My Name or Fix the Product
McAfee sold McAfee to Intel for more than $7 billion
Worth $10 million, as part of its system of putting backdoors into software to get access
For Windows 8 users
Opposition calls it a "humiliating back down" for the government
No more ability to uninstall Office and reinstall on a newer machine
Despite a price tag of $100 million, allegedly only profited $60,000 in the scheme
Mark Cuban and Minecraft creator chip in
Says it's just a matter of time
The tech company has been linked to the Chinese government
Can show it at a street or neighborhood level