Air traffic controllers may get a break from non-stop drone reports
The FAA wants a system that automatically clears drones near airports.
Apple responds to Sen. Al Franken’s Face ID concerns in letter
It's dished more details on encryption, data-sharing, and its neural network.
Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware
A group called BlackOasis used it to breach networks in over a dozen countries.
Supreme Court will hear challenge to Microsoft's data privacy case
The DOJ wants the authority to access US companies' overseas data.
Russia hopes to launch its own digital currency
Surprise: it wouldn't be as open as existing cryptocurrencies.
Iran blamed for cyberattack on UK parliament
China and Russia don't have a lock on state-sponsored hacks.
California DMV tweaks rules to allow completely driverless cars
The state still has to wait on federal rules, but it's an important step.
DefCon event shows how easy it is to hack voting systems
Officials need to rethink their use of digital voting systems.
Car makers ask US officials to loosen fuel economy requirements
They want to use a credit system to keep some polluting cars on the road.