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.
The Pentagon spoke out about Chinese government-sponsored hacking today, directly accusing the country of "intelligence collection."
More than half of us say we can't remember all our passwords. Which makes sense, given that almost a third of all companies require their employees to remember six or more of them.
Hackers he already rooted Google Glass -- and Google says it's all part of the plan.
Last week I bought 13 laptops from WalMart.com. There were only two problems: I didn't buy them, and they weren't being shipped to my house. I'd been hacked.
Twitter wants wants to make it tougher for bad guys to crack high-profile Twitter accounts. It's about time.
Wordpress is currently the target of a botnet attack stealing access to admin accounts. The purpose? Likely to make the botnet stronger.
U.K. hacker Ryan Ackroyd will be sentenced in May with three other Lulzsec hackers after he pleaded guilty to one of his charges today.
Bitcoins are a hot commodity now, but are your Bitcoins actually safe? The Bitcoin wallet company Instawallet has suspended its service "indefinitely" after being hacked.
A spate of computer failures at South Korean banks and television networks this morning is being blamed on a computer virus.
"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."
While on the phone congratulating China's new president Xi Jinping on his appointment, President Obama reportedly slipped in some conversation around cyber security and intellectual property theft.
Matthew Keys, the social media deputy editor, was indicted today for giving Anonymous hackers access to his former employee's servers.
Tom Donilon, U.S. national security adviser, explained that Chinese hacking is top of mind for the administration in a speech today.
Oracle has issued an emergency patch for its Java software after a string of high-profile hacking incidents at companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.
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.
The People's Republic of China would like you to know that it had nothing to do with large scale cyberattacks against more than a hundred U.S. businesses, a government spokesperson stated in a news conference today.
Jeep's Twitter account has been hijacked by the same jokers who hacked Burger King's Twitter account yesterday.
Adobe has issued an emergency fix to its Flash software, yet another incident where Flash shows vulnerabilities to hacks and exploits.
The New York Times reports that Chinese hackers secretly attacked its networks for four months.