Edward Snowden has revealed the NSA was (and may still be) working on a project codenamed MonsterMind that could launch automated cyber-attacks against suspected enemies. Read more about NSA's MonsterMind: Is it too late to curb the NSA?
AIs need to learn more about us and modify themselves to match our needs. Read more about To be truly useful AIs need to learn who we are
by Nathan Chai Three of the men behind Siri have announced a next-gen AI that will have "almost limitless capacities." Read more about Siri’s younger sister – an AI for everyone
by Darren Allan The Galaxy Alpha takes something of a step down in specs from the Galaxy S5, but comes with a metal frame and much improved build quality. Read more about Samsung's Galaxy Alpha unveiled
by Darren Allan Apple has promised to do more about diversity but if you dig deep into the company, it gets more manly. Read more about 70 per cent of Apple is men says diversity report
by Alysia Judge High-tech mannequins are being installed on the British high street, meaning customers at House of Fraser and other retailers will be able to purchase products without setting foot in store. Read more about Internet connected mannequins bring a whole new meaning to "window shopping"
We don't know which is worse, robot overlords threatening our lives, or their cute robot/human hybrid names that undercut their threat to society. Read more about ALO the Botlr: a Robot Butler by Starwood Hotels
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In its recently launched report, Jon Peddie Research (JPR) is projecting that Android will drive video gaming on HDTVs for millions of customers by 2017. Read more about Millions of Android gaming consoles on the horizon
by Arkady Bukh New York Attorney Arkady Bukh discusses New York Courts vs. Social Media Evidence Discovery. Read more about New York Courts inconsistent on social media evidence discovery
Bing has just announced a new iOS app called SNIPP3T (pronounce ‘snippet’) that lets users track their favorite celebs. Read more about Stalking your favorite celeb just got easier with SNIPP3T
A common Facebook social engineering or fraud tactic is to pick someone with friends you want to target, copy their Facebook profile entirely, and then start friending their friends one by one, until your new profile looks completely authentic. Show More Summary
The app uses the wisdom of the crowd to identify bad neighborhoods and the Twitterverse says it is racist. Read more about Is SketchFactor a racist app?
Yosemite could be the first OS with integrated voice recognition with no third party applications required. Read more about Apple may be bringing Siri to the desktop
McAfee built a multi-billion dollar software security business, went a little nuts, and now wants to go revolutionary, fighting for freedom. Read more about John McAfee is not crazy; he is a revolutionary
The fighting between Israel and Hamas during Operation Protective Edge has been severe by any measure; especially as regards to the cost of human lives - over 1,800 Palestinians have been killed in the past 30 days while the IDF has lost 67 soldiers and 3 Israeli civilians . Show More Summary
by Sean Newman The changing nature of the threat landscape, and the ever-growing sophistication of hackers, means the way organizations protect themselves must change too. Read more about Enterprise security is more than just one moment in time
by Jamie Hinks Analysts estimate Surface losses have almost reached $2 billion and wonder whether the new CEO has enough patience to persist. Read more about Microsoft posts huge losses on Surface sales
by Darren Allan New study reveal parents feel they are being left behind by technology and there's a generation divide being created as a result. Read more about Technology causing new generation gap
Cyber security researchers devise a hack to demonstrate the need for improved anti-botnet security measures