The Google I/O developers conference is happening on Wednesday, and like in years past it is set to announce a series of (pretty cool) new software and hardware products.
You can watch the whole thing here, or from the Google I/O Live page where the keynote is being live streamed so you can keep up with all the news.
An NSA guide explains how to use Google to access sensitive information. Apparently there is a lot of it just sitting right in the open, in easy sight of prying eyes.
A new “Digital Terrorism and Hate” report tracks and reports the distressing proliferation of hate groups across social media. The report's solutions deserve some careful scrutiny.
Hacker collective Anonymous and other hacker groups are set to engage in an attack, dubbed OpUSA, on the websites of major U.S. government agencies and financial institutions today.
Their password was "anyonesguess." Companies, websites, and other buildings alike, you might want to try making your password a difficult one to crack.
Media companies' new frontier on YouTube will allow them to cash in on original content. But will you pay up?
YouTube's decision to charge for certain content has the big upside of improving the scale, budgets and quality of YouTube videos produced, with not much downside.