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Headlines shout about Windows 10 privacy settings as though they're a matter of life and death. But are they really? Mark Kaelin doesn't think so.
The U.S. government is ramping up its digital defenses by recruiting new military coders and examining how best to handle the proliferation of digital weapons.
Symantec is hot on the digital trail of Butterfly, a group of hackers who have successfully exfiltrated corporate secrets from 49 organizations in more than 20 countries.
In a platform battle, building on others' platforms is never a winning strategy. Matt Asay explains.
If you're stumped about what to get for your grad, check out this list of reasons why a Surface 3 tablet might be an excellent choice.
Logging into computers using brain signals is possible and is considered single-step multi-factor authentication.
Using side-channel technology, researchers at Tel Aviv University can extract decryption keys from RSA and ElGamal implementations without altering or having control of a computer.
Recently, there have been a couple of Microsoft vulnerability disclosures that were problematic. When a security researcher finds a nasty bug, it's not always obvious what to do.
Alex Howard shares insights on technological innovation gleaned from reading "The Innovators," Walter Isaacson's seminal history of the digital era.
Perhaps best known as the guy who introduced Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, Bill Fernandez speaks out on Apple's founding magic, how love built the first Mac, and the interface of t...