Google's Policy Fellowships are paid 10-week summer programs for college students who want to work on public-policy issues in locations around the world.
Google is seeking college applicants for its seventh annual Google Policy Fellowships program, which offers students unique opportunities to work on Internet and technology policy matters in locations around the world while on summer break.
The US Department of Justice has broken new ground when it comes to prosecuting counterfeit mobile app distributors. For the first time, the government has convicted two men for illegally selling copies of copyrighted apps.
The Justice Department announced on Monday that Florida residents Nicholas Anthony Narbone, 26, and Thomas Allen Dye, 21, each pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit copyright infringement.
Game theory suggests the rules governing Bitcoin may need to be updated if the currency is to endure.
One thing cannot be disputed about the person (or persons) responsible for creating Bitcoin: they were skilled in math, and expert at coding. Five years after the Bitcoin software was first released, no major fixes have been needed to the core code, which uses cryptography to generate and transfer virtual money.
A worm that leverages the Internet of Things to mine cryptocurrencies has been found to have infected around 31,000 devices.
The worm named Linux.Darlloz is in active development and is designed by the author to use his network of infected machines to mine Mincoins and Dogecoins.