Published December 01, 2012
The Pentagon plans to bring warfare into the 22nd century, creating a new system to "map" the digital battlefield of cyberspace, defining a playbook for deploying cyberweapons, and designating a management facility in Arlington, Va. to bring it all together.
Published November 30, 2012
An Internet blackout and complete lack of phone service has not stopped the infamous international hacker group Anonymous from its cyberwar on the Syrian regime.
Published November 28, 2012
On April 12, 1912, Captain W. F. Wood aboard the steamer S. S. Etonian photographed a massive iceberg with a distinctive elliptical shape. Two days later, the “unsinkable” Titanic struck an iceberg and sank to bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Was it the same one?
Published November 17, 2012
Tech mega mogul John McAfee, wanted by Belizean police in connection to the murder of a U.S. expatriate, revealed where he has been hiding for the past six days: at his compound, in Belize. And police tell FoxNews.com they're on the way over.
Published November 13, 2012
Security pioneer John McAfee, the founder of the antivirus firm that bears his name, is sought by police in the murder of American expatriate Gregory Faull. McAfee claims he's innocent, however.
Published November 12, 2012
John McAfee, the estranged founder of the antivirus firm that bears his name, is wanted by the Belize police in connection with a murder, FoxNews.com has confirmed.
Published November 07, 2012
The new film "Skyfall" depicts a gadget-free James Bond fighting with only brains and brawn against a high-tech villain with computer prowess Bill Gates would be envious of. What inspired such a villain? Stuxnet.
Published November 06, 2012
Futurists, technology visionaries and science fiction authors posit some tremendous change, such that the election of 2020 -- just eight short years off -- will be largely unlike today’s.
Published October 25, 2012
Windows 8, the bold, inventive new operating system from Microsoft is almost certain to power your next computer. It’s a strong statement about the future of computing -- But are consumers ready for it today?
Published October 23, 2012
Climate scientist Michael Mann has filed a defamation lawsuit against skeptics at the National Review and the Competitive Enterprise Institute over a comparison to convicted child molester Jerry Sandusky.