The dangers of mobile malware are very real, and we’re now reminded yet again how quickly these malicious programs can spread thanks to a new outbreak. Dubbed “Gazon,” this new malware has been called “one of the single largest messaging-initiated mobile malware outbreaks” by the experts who discovered it. Luckily, Gazon is fairly easy to avoid if you know what you’re looking for, and we’ll tell you everything you need to know to protect yourself...
Minneapolis resident Aaron Purmort, 35, was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011 after suffering a seizure at work. “Before [his first brain] surgery, Aaron made a lot of boner jokes. Aaron Purmort, 35, has died of brain cancer. His wife Nora Purmort, detailed their lives on the popular blog "My Husband's Tumor."
Some of the most haunting images of the U.S. were captured from 1935 to 1945, as the country emerged from the depths of the Great Depression and rallied for World War II. A team from Yale has collaborated on one of the most visually stunning interpretations of the era, called Photogrammar: 170,000 photos from the period, plotted on a map of the country.
If you're an Windows user and you're using the default settings, each time you start typing in search box in taskbar (to open an application or search for a file on your computer), your local search terms and location are sent to Microsoft, some of which advertise to you.
New research from Russian researchers at the Kaspersky Lab reveals that the someone--most likely the NSA--has developed spying software that can be hidden deep with hard drives. Known to work with hardware made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and more, it's said to provide the agency with the means to eavesdrop "on the majority of the world's computers."
CyberVor, a gang of Russian hackers, swiped 1.2 billion usernames and passwords from nearly half a million websites, Hold Security revealed Tuesday. The breach is the largest known collection of stolen Internet information.