Pay per click ads (PPC) have a big problem: click fraud. Texas researchers find that a neutral party’s investigation could save Internet ads.
When you hear the term, ‘Electronics’ you might think of a motherboard, a robot, a tangle of wires, and other metal and plastic devices that beep and whirr. Science may have changed that paradigm forever – there are now electronic devices that break up after they are no longer necessary for internal monitoring, so your […]
The Clinton email server is going to the Justice Department. Has it been thoroughly wiped of all classified information, or is there still data available?
Shellshock -not a new bug, but it has the potential to affect millions of systems worldwide. Is your computer or server in danger from this vulnerability?
Nick Rubin, a self-taught programmer still in high school, wrote the Greenhouse app without ever taking a computer class. How difficult is coding, really?
Security officials have seized GOZeuS and CryptoLocker networks. You have time to scan your computer, but what if you don’t? (And what is a botnet, anyway?)
The court struck down Net Neutrality once more: Does this mean the end of the Internet? If ISPs try to ruin ‘Online’ for everyone, are there other options?
Google’s released a Colorado Flood Map, which provides location information, evacuation orders, warnings, and other data for residents. How does that work?
The Virginia Bioinformatics Institute’s booth at this year’s Boy Scout Jamboree teaches kids about the spread of infectious disease via a zombie virus app.