In 2013, consumerisation of IT is taking hold at the Pentagon.
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New Zealand secret service hints that Chinese government is responsible for recent attacks on the country's networks.
The suspect, seized as part of the FBI's Operation Bot Roast, is alleged to have had illegal control over 1 million computers.
EU citizens will soon be able to sue US authorities that improperly handle their personal data.
The first nationwide tests for technology and engineering literacy among US eighth-graders found a clear difference between the genders.
SpaceX has revealed technical details of the constellation of satellites it wants to launch as an internet service provider (ISP) for the globe.
En route to Mars, NASA hopes a commercial operator will operate the ISS from the mid-2020s.
Through a default decision on Silk Road's seized Bitcoin, the US government has taken ownership of $28m worth of the volatile currency.
Richard Branson's rocket company makes some progress in the space race.
Employment contracts Snowden had signed meant was he was required to let the CIA and NSA vet his book before publishing, says judge.