Hackers targeted voter registration systems in 20 states
A Homeland Security official confirmed details of earlier reports.
Wanted: One 400-lb hacker (or maybe five tiny ones)
Heavyset presidential candidate seeks same for light humiliation, hacking in bed.
The United Nations is turning VR into a tool for social change
A simple button turns your virtual visit into real-world good.
Japan's noisy iPhone problem
Every shot, every selfie, every screenshot.
Salesforce urges EU to block Microsoft's acquisition of LinkedIn
They argue the deal would be anticompetitive, though it was already cleared in the US, Canada and Brazil.
States sue to block White House plan for internet transition
Attorneys general from Texas, Arizona, Oklahoma and Nevada argue there has to be Congressional approval.
China now streams some court trials on the internet
It's an interesting step for a country that isn't exactly known for transparency.
US renews five-year gaming education grant for Becker College
The Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration awarded a $583,000 grant to MassDiGi.
Google search cards help you choose a college
Researching schools just got easier.