Published May 18, 2013
Just when you thought the strange story of John McAfee was over….
Published May 08, 2013
Don’t bother hunting for pornography with Google’s new wearable gizmo. There’s nary a naughty bit in sight through Google Glass. But what you will see is an incredible glimpse of the future.
Published May 07, 2013
A British museum has begun the process of lifting the only Nazi bomber to survive the Blitz from its shallow grave under 60 feet of water in the English Channel.
Published May 02, 2013
Thanks to a glaringly obvious security flaw in the futuristic Google Glass wearable computer, a hacker could within minutes take control of the device -- seeing what you look at, hearing what you hear, experiencing life through your senses.
Published May 01, 2013
I’ve spent the past 18 or so hours wearing the futuristic Google Glass. And looking past the double-takes, discreet pointing and outright staring I encountered, it’s easy to see the potential of this crazy gizmo.
Published April 25, 2013
Like flat screens and french fries before them, smartphones have been supersized, swelling in length and girth as more Americans use them to surf the web and send emails.
Published April 24, 2013
With more features than Batman’s belt has gadgets, the do-anything Samsung Galaxy S4 is an elegant, powerful smartphone as likely to confound as it is to amaze.
Published April 10, 2013
President Barack Obama has released a $3.77 trillion, 2,000-page spending plan that cuts some cutting edge military technology projects in favor of a fifth domain for battle: cyber.
Published April 01, 2013
A little-known 1948 contract between the estate of Orville Wright and the Smithsonian has the museum legally bound to call the Wright brothers first, claims one historian.
Published March 26, 2013
Police and FBI agents across the country are receiving reports of a disturbing video depicting child pornography on Facebook that has spread on the social network like a poisonous weed.