A new Google study reveals the treacherous habits of professional email hijackers
An unmanned rocket exploded shortly after takeoff Tuesday evening on in U.S.
The weapon is part of a program to create a missile that will destroy targets anywhere on Earth within an hour of getting data and permission to launch.
U.S. cybersecurity firm says that it uncovered some 1.2 billion Internet logins and passwords amassed by a Russian crime ring, the largest known collection of such stolen data.
The NSA spent months "soul-searching" and now plans to engage with the media
The "right to be forgotten" has divided experts and pitted privacy campaigners against defenders of free speech, who argue that the ruling will lead to people whitewashing their past.
"Bomb Gaza," developed by PlayFTW and still available as an app on Facebook, simulates the on-going attacks by Israel to Gaza
Iron Dome's manufacturers were infiltrated by the state-sponsored Comment Crew hacking group, believed to operate out of China.
General William Shelton, head of Air Force Space Command, likened GSSAP to a "neighborhood watch program" that will keep tabs on other countries' satellites.
Regulators quizzed Google over its decision to remove search results only from its European search engines such as google.co.uk, which means that anyone can easily access the same information by switching to the widely used google.com
Italian watchdog said Google's disclosure to users on how their data was being treated remained inadequate, despite the company having taken steps to abide by local law
At the HOPE hacking conference, several talks detailed approaches for thwarting government surveillance
A UAE Space Agency will be set up to supervise the mission and develop a space technology industry in the country, a government statement said
Ban Ki-Moon makes announcement before the Climate Finance Summit in Denmark related with climate change, social development and energy efficiency.
A group of UN experts said that good progress has been made by Japan in remediation efforts in areas affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident.
The capsule is scheduled to make two braking maneuvers on Wednesday to lose altitude so it can be tugged back into Earth's atmosphere by the planet's gravity and burn up.
The 100-year-old idea of a sun-tracking mirror finally brings the sunshine back to the small Norwegian town of Rjukan.
Scientists say that threshold is the minimum required to avoid the most devastating effects of climatechange, such as the melting of ice caps and catastrophic rises in sea level.
Scientists develop first complete 'bionic man' that can walk and breathe.
The video shows the men celebrate after pushing the rocks over, cheering “We have now modified Goblin Valley.”
The smog not only forced all primary and middle schools to suspend classes, but shut the airport and some public bus routes.