A team of researchers are coming together to try and create the cryptocurrency Bitcoin was meant to be.
The QR code-based blockchain play is hoping to help businesses avoid illegal, environmentally-damaging, or unethical products.
Ethereum Constantinople Upgrade hits last minute snag that saves many users from catastrophic losses.
Reports suggest that cryptocurrency may have been lost by the exchange.
Gemalto has reported organisations turning to blockchain while the industry decides on appropriate security solutions and regulation.
An exchange has mulled over the possibility of the hacker being white-hat, but $1 million is still unaccounted for.
Attackers carried out 11 double-spend attacks and stole nearly 88,500 ETC (~$460,000).
Here's our list of technology storylines that'll resurface repeatedly in 2019. Expect some of these themes to rev up the hype-o-meter as soon as the calendar turns.
We explore the worst high-profile cyberattacks, data breaches, vulnerabilities, and cases of fraud to strike the cryptocurrency space over 2018.
Hacker has stolen over $750,000 worth of Bitcoin over the past seven days.
Blockchain may still be an emerging frontier for business, but that's not holding back a surge in skills.
SoftMiner promises store credit in return for cryptocurrency mining -- but users have spotted the hidden costs.
The organization claimed to operate a unique, decentralized bank via the blockchain.
Opera hopes to make cryptocurrency more than just a speculative asset.
Tom Merritt discusses the technologies that are making food smarter and healthier.
Although hackers are getting more and more sophisticated, you can still recognize that something is not right online. NordVPN shares tips on spotting a phishing message -- and keep your online activities safe.
Bypassing passcodes, malware-laden apps, and inherent design flaws exposing almost all known mobile devices made up part of the security problems found in iOS and Android.
Everything from ICO scams to 51 percent attacks has plagued the cryptocurrency space over the course of this year.
Experts weigh in on what they believe will happen to the world of cybercrime, malware, and botnets in the coming year.
Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet. One of these could be your best bet.
If you're looking for a fast, ultra-rugged, secure encrypted portable storage drive that's available in both HDD and SSD flavors, look no further than Apricorn's new Aegis Fortress L3.
Your iPhone and iPad is likely packed with important, valuable, and even sensitive information that you might not want others to be able to access. Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12.1.
Voice assistants like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and Samsung smart TVs are always listening, yet consumers are unaware that their recordings are held online. Here are some ways to mange your privacy around these devices.
Millions of records were lost, services were disrupted, and credit card data was stolen as hackers ran amok over the year.
Concerned about the security of the data you store on your iPhone and iPad? Here are the steps you should take to lock down an iPhone or iPad running iOS 12. (Updated for iOS 12.1)
Researchers have demonstrated everything from running cars off the road to remotely controlling your brakes.
Need help wiping the slate clean? Here are some instructions on removing and wiping services most likely to store your data and online activities.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are part of the cryptocurrency Wild West, but how do you know what is fraudulent and what is legitimate?
These are the worst known cyberattacks which are believed to be the work of hackers backed by governments and ruling parties worldwide.
If you suspect your device has been tampered with, follow these steps.
Hacking group TA505 is distributing a brand new form of malware – and using it to target banks and retailers.
Over 80 government websites are down after TLS certificates expired and there's nobody on hand to renew them. Read more: https://zd.net/2TLRy81
Web users are still making the same mistakes over and over again. How do we make it safer online?
Australia's national broadband wholesaler is looking to speed things up with software-defined networking.
Estimated International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF) damages range between $4 billion and $6.1 billion.
US Senator Ron Wyden renewed his call for new laws that would ban telcos from selling users' location data.
Mobileye is aiming to provide an autonomous public transport solution in China by 2022, while it also delivers and develops advanced driver assistance systems with Great Wall Motors.
CryptoMix ransomware returns with a new trick – ripping data and images from crowdfunding sites and claiming ransomware payments go to the needy.
T-Mobile becomes the first in the US to provide a caller verification technology to guard against scam calls. Read more: https://zd.net/2AH75Pf
The 1,000 yen tax will be charged on plane and boat tickets and used to fund facial recognition initiatives at airports.