As DARPA Preps for a Pandemic, It Has a New Enemy in Trump
What do you do when the president is an anti-vaxxer?
This Low-Tech Device Is Primed for a Comeback
Business is booming at the dawn of the Trump era.
The United States Needs a Federal Robotics Agency Before It's Too Late
It could prevent disaster.
Trump’s Border Wall Could Be Invisible
Pathfinder could be the future of surveillance at the southern border.
The Election Hack Is Actually a Lot Like a 'Law & Order' Episode
"The weapon is the malware."
The World's Weirdest Courtroom is in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
The high-tech courtroom has plenty of secrets, and can be shut down in a moment’s notice.
Why 9/11 Defense Lawyers Rely on Encryption
When your client is an accused 9/11 conspirator, you can't trust the smoke detector.
Big Brother Digs Your Tattoo
The agency behind the atomic clock wants to catalogue civilian ink.
A Trump Presidency Is a Godsend for the Surveillance Industry
The companies that make hidden cameras could make a killing.
FBI Cyber Chief Won't Comment on Controversial Digital Law
Activists say antiquated laws are making the Internet less secure. The top cyber agent at the FBI isn’t going to make them feel any better.
The Aquafina Bottle is Watching You
Cameras are everywhere and available to everybody.
Where Smartphone Privacy Starts
Burner is what you download when you don't need a burner phone, but you want one.
DARPA's Automated Bug Hunter Could Revolutionize Cybersecurity
Right now, finding and patching exploits is difficult. Could machine learning solve that problem?
Bad Digital Law Is Fueling the Internet of Things Dumpster Fire
Copyright protections are prioritizing corporate profits over security.
Why People Are Using Emojis Instead of Names on Their Phones
There's a disconnect between security developers and the rest of us.
If You Want to Avoid Getting Hacked, Hire Women
Sorry, but dudes are bad for security.
Trump Voters Don't Sweat Robot Outsourcing
As long as the robots are American, we're good.
Why Cyber Security Experts Are So Worried About Malicious Toasters
"To say that it couldn't happen to us would be ridiculous."
The Ground War Will Be Autonomous
It's only a matter of time -- and whether robots will kill without human oversight.
When Snowden Wanted a Spy-Proof Phone Case, He Went to Andrew Huang
We're risking becoming totally dependent on our devices. Andrew “bunnie” Huang wants to change that.