An intelligence service in Britain is warning that business travelers in China are targets of state hacking, and the Monitor recently reported that the FBI suspects China stole valuable bid data from US energy companies computers. A former China correspondent recounts his own brushes with surveillance.
The White House shifts from conciliatory diplomacy to get-tough actions, notably in arms sales to Taiwan and in stiffer sanctions on Iran for its nuclear deceit. Obama can no longer appear to be weak, but then again, there are risks to adopting a confrontational style.
Cyberspace attacks are set to increase. Here’s why – and here’s what we can do to stop them.
In a home renovation, the owners decided to install a cedar shake roof, but it buckled in the first serious rain.
If the 20th century was about the competition between democracy and totalitarianism, the 21st century pits the excesses of consumer democracy against capable governance with too little democratic accountability.
The Google Nexus One smart phone is getting a software update to help with 3G coverage, its speech recognition won't pass along swear words, and it's most definitely not coming to your local big-box.
Google Voice: iPhone version cuts out App Store in favor of an Web-browser approach.