This is how you know you're not at an Apple conference. At Google I/O today, Google's holding a session on voiding your Google Glass warranty.
Have you noticed that the global internet is slowing down as it experiences its "biggest-ever" attack by hackers flooding the web via distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS)?
Millions of people use EA's Origin service to play SimCity, Battlefield 3, and more. Security firm ReVuln claims they are vulnerable to attack from hackers.
"It looks like Andew got slammed into a desk by federal agents while trying to hand his phone to his lawyer after the court asked for his phone," his publicist told me via email.
"It's a f*cking ludicrous charge," Auernheimer told me this morning from New Jersey. "The FBI has tried to frame me for terrorism five times, and by their own admission they've been surveilling me since I was 15 years old."
Yesterday, Zendesk was hacked and the personal information of an unknown number of Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr users was stolen. Last year, 12.6 million U.S adults were the victims of identity fraud.
A security breach at cloud-based customer support vendor Zendesk has exposed personal information including email addresses of Twitter, Pinterest, and Tumblr clients, the company said today in a blog post.
Amazon's homepage went down for 51 minutes this afternoon in a highly unusual outage.
"It's a critical part of the Ruby infrastructure," the programmer said. "Everything depends on RubyGems."
One Canadian computer science student has discovered the three simple steps to ruining your life.
Editor's Pick "Prosecutors do not acknowledge nuance," Watt told me today. "They turn everything into a very clear-cut moral issue, where everything is nicely packaged into a premeditated act."
The maker movement is in full effect. Step 1 was the hackerspaces of the 2000s. Step 2 is the DIY democracy at places like TechShop.
This is a I-screwed-up post. And it's a clear-the-air post.
iPhones hear the name "Charlie Miller" and run, Siri screaming her mortal fear. Now Twitter employees will hear the name "Charlie Miller" and will know their hacker coworker is securing the company's mobile apps.
Editor's Pick Ready for the most outlandish story of your morning? Here we go. Today, a hacker allegedly stole Mitt Romney's tax returns, is demanding $1 million in Bitcoins for silence, and sent a USB drive and letter to the GOP and Democratic party offices in Williamson County, Tennessee as proof.
Mobile malware has exploded this year, growing almost 700 percent over 2011 numbers. Almost all of it, perhaps 85 percent, targets smartphones running Android.
Editor's Pick OpenROV, a mini submarine developed in a Silicon Valley garage, has been hailed by the world's media as the key to unlocking the earth's last frontier.
An aspiring hardware hacker at Twilio has used his company’s own telephony APIs as well as Node.js and Arduino to build the charming robot you see in the clip above.
We just about overloaded on developer buzzwords there, so let’s …
I didn’t know it could be someone’s job to attend hackathons. I hadn’t heard of a developer evangelist before, so a year ago when I stumbled across an opportunity to become one, I was drawn by its novelty.
The mission …
Github, the service that many professional programmers use to store their work and collaborate on coding, was hacked over the weekend. A young Russian named Egor Homakov showcased a loophole in Github that would allow anyone to commit to the …