To understand today's ruling against Apple, we have to take a look at Amazon.
The agency is already in Congress' crosshairs over alleged targeting of political groups.
A new tool visualizes the metadata Google's mail service gathers about you -- and your friends.
Deep Space Nine features Section 31, a mysterious intelligence agency and special-ops team that, when you squint, resembles the U.S. National Security Agency in its opacity.
A look at the lax security of the cables that connect our global information network
A Harvard study finds the president only outperformed Romney by 1.6 points in swing states. But is that good or bad news for the GOP?
Can an enterprising developer striking out on his own solve one of the social network's biggest flaws?
A surprising heavyweight among the administration's list of dignitary offerings
With just a touch of programming, NASA has turned some Nexus Ones into satellites.
What do cat pictures and GIFs have to do with GOP politics? Not a whole lot right now. But beginning next week, that'll change.
Key statements from the Obama nominee's testimony, today
It's a grisly tool that the regime is using to send a message.
According to Israeli intelligence, cyberattacks and malfunctions were only part of the reason for the deceleration.
Reports of the Somali militants' digital demise are absolutely true.
The anti-tax crusader's new fight against an Internet sales tax could be the perfect way for him to reinvent himself as a populist for the Obama era.
The circumstantial evidence unearthed
Instead of resolving the incident at In Amenas, the country's armed forces just made a bad situation even worse.
Turns out the al Qaeda-affiliated militant has been on a UN watchlist since 2003.
Getting a handle on the scale of the conflict