His refusal to point fingers is a departure from the Obama administration’s willingness to attribute cyberattacks to foreign countries.
Sentiment-analysis software can help companies figure out what’s bothering workers—or what they’re excited about.
Online courses are praised for their potential to make education accessible to everyone—but they’re leaving students behind.
The city has never before used the emergency system the way it did Monday morning.
It’s a long shot, but who knows what the president might do in his last months in office.
Internet users make weaker passwords when government surveillance is on their minds.
The company has been praised for killing floppy disks and CDs. Will its decision to remove the headphone jack inevitably be seen the same way?
New research traces the divides in people's paths around the web.
As foreign hackers target election data, voters may lose faith in digital ballots.
Apple just released a patch that fixes three giant vulnerabilities in iOS.
It can even be trained to read your lips.
Internal documents appear to confirm that this week’s leak came from the agency.
Hackers can use artificial intelligence to mimic their targets’ tweets—and entice them to click on malicious links.
A group calling itself the “Shadow Broker” is auctioning off what it says are the agency’s cyberweapons.
When officers categorize wallets or cellphones as evidence, getting them back can be nearly impossible—even if the owner isn’t charged with a crime.
A meteorologist is harnessing data from the devices’ barometers to improve local forecasting.
Press 🅰 to waterboard.
There’s a gaping security hole in eight popular models.
The nominee is woefully unprepared for questions about the future of digital conflict.
Can a mysterious device help the government protect Northern Virginia from nukes?