Birthdates and photos of 200,000 kids are just the beginning of what a hacker captured from VTech, a maker of educational electronics for children. The theft of passwords, emails and addresses of 4,833,678 parents makes this the fourth largest breach yet.
A pre-installed virus has been found on two body camera models used by police departments around the country. Risks of the virus spreading or discrediting video evidence in court are now getting a closer look.
One day, smartphones could seem pretty dumb. A new tiny computer module called the Jetson TX1, capable of a trillion floating-point operations per second, promises to revolutionize artificial intelligence in a variety of technologies – including drones.
An iOS app that delivered news of United States drone strikes was taken off Apple's App Store due to "excessively crude or objectionable content." Metadata+ offered aggregated news in text format, along with maps of where the strikes occurred.
The global cybersecurity market will grow to an estimated $170 billion by 2020, from $77 billion in 2015, according to cybersecurity analysts. That estimate is conservative, one expert told RT, given constant expansion in technology and hacker abilities.
Baltimore PD, like many other US police forces, increasingly employs indiscriminate 'Stingray' surveillance technology for common, petty crimes while concealing that usage from suspects, their attorneys, and judges, according to a new report.
The US Commerce Department will delay by at least a year a plan to hand over authority of internet address system to a private entity amid criticism that the United States has too much control over the Web.
Yahoo's top websites fell victim to a “malvertising” attack within the company's ad network, although Yahoo will not reveal the number of people who may have been affected. Hackers exploited Adobe Flash software to conduct the attack.