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A new book out this month takes you inside the shadowy world of online crime and DarkMarket, a now-shutdown hangout for global cybercriminals.
High-tech companies say it’s difficult to find and recruit talent, because there is a dearth of qualified engineers and other technical job seekers.
Social scientists looking into Twitter find surprisingly similar patterns in our moods throughout the day -- cheery at breakfast, low in the late afternoon, up again after dinner.
Fake companies are targeting the unemployed, and often ask for financial or personal information that hackers can use to break into a person’s bank accounts or steal an identity.
Through an online game called Fold.it, gamers were able to determine the structure of an AIDS-like virus scientists have been puzzling over for years.
The DVD-rental company Netflix has split into two companies -- a strategy possibly designed to move people away from their DVD-rental business.
NASA's new rocket -- the biggest and most powerful on the planet -- is designed to take people and payloads to Mars, asteroids or deep space, and is expected to launch in 2017.
The security of Google's email service was compromised recently by a well-known hacker, possibly backed by Iranian authorities.
A range of symptoms that sufferers of electromagnetic hypersensitivity feel include acute headaches, skin irritation and chronic pain.