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The New York Times reports the efforts, code name "Olympic Games", began during the Bush administration and one of the strings of code that accidentally became public became known as Stuxnet.
Marius Milner wrote code that captured personal data from millions of people during Google's Street View project. Google employees drove vehicles up and down the nation's streets, making videos.
Recent report in The New York Times explains how.
Karsten Nohl explains how he was able to crack the code that protects your phone.
Climate change is having implications for the Navy, according to a new assessment by the National Research Council of the National Academy of Sciences.
A little known, but profitable practice could save summer flyers a chunk of change this holiday travel season.
Marty Kady, congressional editor for Politico
David Sanger, chief Washington correspondent for The New York Times
A report by Symantec founds that five initial points were the cause of thousands of attacks.
Federal employees are already the target of cost-cutting. Tuesday's State of the Union address may offer more ideas of how deep the cutting will go.