Is the Bitcoin system vulnerable to hackers? The mining system is based on trust, but a dishonest ‘miner’ could bring the whole Bitcoin system down!
Users on the PPACA website have experienced problems since launch on October 1, 2013. Could the U.S. Government have avoided this with beta testing?
Intelligent Glass technology from Japan allows you to use any flat surface as a virtual tablet, instantly translate street signs, and more.
Is the government monitoring your car by way of its E-ZPass tag? A hacked dashboard cow seems to think so, but there are a few problems with the experiment.
Installing backup cameras in cars may save lives – although the DOT is delaying rules on requirements for manufacturers, consumers can install their own.
Touch ID keeps your iPhone 5S secure with a scan of your fingerprint – is this as secure as it sounds, or is Apple’s technology a target for hackers?
Google’s released a Colorado Flood Map, which provides location information, evacuation orders, warnings, and other data for residents. How does that work?
Do you have geo-tagging disabled on your phone? If not, you may be putting your family at risk by posting your smartphone photos online with your location.
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.