Google has an image of the future of search, and it's a bit sci-fi.
Google developers envision users talking to their computers much like the characters on Star Trek did. Want to know where the closest grocery store, or planet system, is? Simply speak your question to the computer. And it will speak its answer to you.
On February 25, 2009, a then 34-year-old career con man named David Anthony Whitaker left the Wyatt Detention Facility in Central Falls, Rhode Island, and slid into the backseat of an unmarked government car. He was dressed in traditional prison garb—khaki pants, brown shirt, handcuffs, leg irons. A federal agent sat beside him. A second car followed to make sure nobody trailed them or attempted an ambush. Not that anyone expected trouble. This was merely standard procedure when transporting a government cooperator.
AMD has topped off its OEM-only Radeon HD 8000M series with the Radeon HD 8970M chip intended for gaming laptops.
AMD's Radeon HD 8000M broke cover at CES with the firm opting to rebrand its successful Graphics Core Next (GCN) GPU architecture for laptops. Now the firm has completed its mobile product range with the Radeon HD 8970M that will debut in MSI's GX70 laptop.
Four individuals accused of being members of Anonymous and participating in “Operation Tango Down” have been arrested in Italy.
According to AFP, the four are being accused of various attacks in Italy, including a DDoS against the Vatican and the parliamentary Website.
The Postal Police – responsible for enforcement of communications law – carried out 12 raids across Italy, according to this report in Gazetta del Sud.
The problem with sophisticated malware is that it tries to be invisible and persistent for as long as possible, according to Trend Micro global chief technology officer, Raimund Genes.
To back up his claim, Genes points to a report from Trustwave that sets the average time from the infiltration and breach of corporate resources until detection at 210 days or longer.
Sociologist, philosopher, computer industry pioneer and inventor of the term “hypertext” Ted Nelson is claiming that he knows the identity of Bitcoin inventor “Satoshi Nakamoto”.
In a rambling – and, let's face it, odd – 12-minute post on YouTube, Nelson spins out the suspense, throws in a dialogue with himself as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson, and finally ends with the statement that the mystery developer of the cryptocurrency is Japanese mathematician Shinichi Mochizuki, research professor of mathematics at Kyoto University.
Websense has been the subject of acquisition rumors for years and it's finally found a way to cash out: a private equity deal lead by Vista Equity Partners.
The company said Monday Vista Equity Partners was acquiring the company for $24.75 per share in cash, a 29% premium over Websense's May 17 closing price of $19.23. That's also a 53% premium over Websense's average closing price over the last 60 days.
Exactly one week after the last OS X 10.8.4 beta was released to developers, Apple on Wednesday seeded build 12E52 of the upcoming maintenance update with no known issues.
Build 12E52 is the seventh release for OS X 10.8.4, and comes four versions a line of code was discovered pointing to Apple's ongoing efforts to introduce the 802.11ac Wi-Fi protocol in an upcoming Mac refresh.
A recent intrusion on the computer network of Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor was the result of a large cyberespionage operation of Indian origin that for the past few years has targeted business, government and political organizations from different countries, according to researchers from security firm Norman Shark.
The U.S. Department of Defense has tested the iOS 6 Apple operating system for its mobile security in an extensive and protracted process and has now awarded clearance to the technology of the iPhone and the iPad.