The DEA released a note to law enforcement saying it is impossible to collect iMessages between two Apple devices.
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We may now know who is behind the Flashback trojan, one of the biggest Mac viruses ever.
It's your birthday, cell phone! Here's an Instagram of a cake.
While technology helps us share information in new, creative ways, some people just can't let go of the slide presentation. Haiku Deck has some new cash to help people get funky with their slide decks.
Investors were interested in analysis today: how it looks, how it sells, and how it protects.
Veritrix doesn't trust a password and username to tell them you are who you say you are. So they're using webcams to get the proof.
Living Social chief technology officer and co-founder Aaron Batalion is leaving the company. LivingSocial says it has not hired a replacement as of yet.
Apple updated its FindMyFriends app to allow you to get alerts when your friends enter or leave a custom-set radius around the location of your choice.
Android is a hot button for mobile gaming industry experts. Some believe it will grow to be the biggest platform developed for, some say it's the one of the worst to work with.
If you're creating a game, recent data says you should be focusing heavily on marketing, the reviews you get. And if you're a mobile game, you also now have a much bigger audience to make love you.
This week, Google awarded participants of its "ifihadglass" Google Glass contest with an opportunity to get the tech-y eyewear. But today it's taking back some of those offers after discovering not everyone played by the contest rules.
Set on making video and mobile best friends, Vantrix took on a $4.5 million loan today to help your carriers and Internet service providers deal with the traffic.
The U.K. has launched a program that it hopes will spur information sharing about cyber attacks between the government and private sectors. In addition to the program, it has also opened a 'fusion cell' cyber attack monitoring center.
Google is telling anyone who submitted to be a part of its Google Glass Explorer Program whether they've been selected to buy the device.
Rev.com, founded by early oDesk employees, launched today with its own online workforce specifically targeting those who need translation and transcription services.
Changes proposed to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act include strengthening prison sentences and broadening the definition of computer crime.
GroundCntrl, which lets you delegate tasks to and motivate your mobile workforce, took on $1.01 million in funding today, according to a filing with the SEC.
A West Virginia delegate proposed a bill over the weekend that would make it illegal for people to drive and use Google Glass at the same time.
A group of NATO researchers say the Stuxnet attacks were an illegal act of force against Iran, as is outlined in a new manual that makes international law applicable to cyber warfare.
The Nasdaq can official begin issuing compensation to those who lost money in the Facebook IPO technical glitches. The SEC approved the proposed plan of $62 million in cash.