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What if We Told You Smartwatches Are Actually Getting Good

Do you know what a smartwatch is for? The answer's finally starting to become clear. The post What if We Told You Smartwatches Are Actually

This robot will get your beer pong party started (Open_Tab) – CNET

Pongbot, an electronic twist on the age-old game of beer pong, is currently seeking crowdfunding on Kickstarter.

Opinion: Why is Putin muscling in on US election?

Mitt Romney was right. In 2012, the then-Republican presidential contender attracted derision by dubbing Russia America's "No. 1 geopolitical foe." Russia has indeed gone from

​Chrome updated so tomorrow’s quantum computers can’t crack today’s encryption – CNET

Using qubits instead of bits gives quantum computers new power to decode communications. Google wants to nip that possibility in the bud.

We’ve Just Encrypted All of WIRED.com

Wired.com is now protected with HTTPS. Every single last bit of it. The post We've Just Encrypted All of WIRED.com appeared first on WIRED.

Congressman says RNC hacked, RNC refutes claim

The Republican National Committee's data has been hacked, according to a Republican congressman, though no documents have yet been published.

GOP congressman: RNC was hacked, too

The Republican National Committee's data has been hacked, according to a Republican congressman, though no documents have yet been published.

The Government Will Soon Be Able to Legally Hack Anyone

The Justice Department is planning a vast expansion of government hacking, and the unintended consequences could be staggering. The post The Government Will Soon Be

Police: Teen shooter planned to kill stepbrother

A 14-year-old freshman intended to shoot her stepbrother and herself when she brought a handgun to a Texas high school last week, police say.

Islamophobia cited for rise in mosque attacks

The surveillance video clearly shows a man approaching the mosque. Police say he was carrying paper and a bottle of liquid. Then came the flash.

12 US aircraft strike ISIS chemical plant

The US has bombarded an ISIS chemical weapons plant that was housed in a converted Iraqi pharmaceutical factory, a top Air Force commander said Tuesday.

Google will pay you $200,000 to hack a Nexus 6P and 5X – CNET

Google's Project Zero Security Contest will award three prizes for anyone who can break through its Nexus flagships.

Leo DiCaprio — Selfie Love at U.S. Open (PHOTO)

Leo DiCaprio couldn't turn down a tiny request. Leo gave 1 lucky fan the ultimate selfie at the U.S. Open final and even gave her

Eight Baby Name Mistakes Even Smart Parents Make

It's easy to feel overwhelmed by baby names: infinite choices, endless opinions, and one tiny human counting on you to get it right.

iOS 10 bug blamed for handcuffing Kwikset Kevo smart lock – CNET

Lock maker says bug in Apple's newest mobile operating system will limit functionality of its touch-to-open feature.

AI Can Recognize Your Face Even If You’re Pixelated

Hackers can train artificial neural networks to recognize objects, read text, and even identify faces in obfuscated images. The post AI Can Recognize Your Face

AI Can Recognize Your Face Even If It’s Pixelated

Hackers can train artificial neural networks to recognize objects, read text, and even identify faces in obfuscated images. The post AI Can Recognize Your Face

Machine Learning Can Identify Pixelated Faces, Researchers Show

Hackers can train artificial neural networks to recognize objects, read text, and even identify faces in obfuscated images. The post Machine Learning Can Identify Pixelated

Cantina Talk: Star Wars: Episode VIII Is Big—Because It’s Full of Secrets

We also have some maybe-possibly new plot details from the first Star Wars anthology film, if you're into that kind of thing. The post Cantina

This New Electric Bus Can Drive 350 Miles on One Charge

Proterra's Catalyst E2 Series is aimed squarely at city public transit. The post This New Electric Bus Can Drive 350 Miles on One Charge

Security News This Week: Google Ups the Ante on Web Encryption

Each weekend we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth but still deserves your attention. The post Security News

Homeland Security Chief: Threat of Attack Keeps Me Up

On the 15th anniversary of 9/11, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said the nation is safer today from a similar coordinated terrorist attack bu

Sick 9/11 Responders Still Struggle to Get By

Despite numerous government programs designed to help sick 9/11 survivors, responders and cleanup workers, some are still falling through the cracks.

Our Connected World and the Unseen Legacies of 9/11

Fifteen years later, much of the world we're living in is a direct result of the tragedies that morning. The post Our Connected World and

Top Officials Want to Split Cyber Command From NSA

Defense Secretary Ash Carter and DNI James Clapper are proposing a plan to separate the U.S. Cyber Command from the National Security Agency.

911 could face its own emergency: Hackers – CNET

Researchers show a state's 911 network could fall to hackers who overwhelm the system.

Clinton pulls a mic drop on foreign policy

Standing in front of a row of American flags and white pillars resembling those at the White House, Hillary Clinton touted support from national security

The dangers of calling out Russia on hacking

Whatever Vladimir Putin's goal is in a year-long campaign of apparent cyberattacks against the US political system, the Russian leader has accomplished this much: tying

Can Clinton Redefine Herself With Voters Before Election Day?

Laying out a case against Donald Trump was relatively easy. Redefining herself will be much harder.

Kimmel prank tricks Apple fans into thinking they have a new iPhone 7 – CNET

Eagerness to get their hands on a new iPhone leads Apple owners down an entertaining path of deceit.

Obama appoints retired general to new cybersecurity job – CNET

The appointment is part of the Cybersecurity National Action Plan announced in February.

North Korea Says It Conducted Nuclear Test, Its Fifth

North Korean state TV announced the nuclear test hours after a blast created a 5.3-magnitude seismic event widely suspected to be an explosion.

North Korea Conducted Fifth Suspected Nuclear Test: South

The 5.3-magnitude seismic event occurred near a site used to detonate previous nuclear explosions. It could be North Korea's largest test to date.

5.3-Magnitude Shake in North Korea Could Be Nuke Test

The 5.3-magnitude seismic event occurred near a site used to detonate previous nuclear explosions.

‘Artificial’ earthquake may be N. Korea nuclear test

South Korea's military says it is analyzing whether North Korea has conducted its fifth nuclear test after an earthquake was reported Friday morning.

NASA moves to intercept asteroid

NASA is launching a space probe called OSIRIS-REx on Thursday to chase down a dark, potentially dangerous asteroid called Bennu. The probe will take a

​Chrome to warn when insecure websites expose your passwords – CNET

Google believes unencrypted websites are fundamentally flawed and should be banished. It's enlisted its own web browser to spread the message.

What is Aleppo? Take a look

It wasn't the best look for a presidential candidate. Libertarian Gary Johnson was on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Thursday when he was asked a simple

Watch NASA Launch OSIRIS-REx, Its Asteroid-Sampling Spacecraft

NASA's OSIRIS-REx leaves today on a seven-year journey to collect a scientific windfall of asteroid dust (and very small rocks). Bennu or bust! The post

Uber drivers dealt setback in background-check lawsuit – CNET

Court finds drivers are subject to arbitration clauses in a ruling that may have bearing on a costly suit over employee classification.
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