How the Bible and YouTube are fueling the next frontier of password crac...
Crackers tap new sources to uncover "givemelibertyorgivemedeath" and other phrases.
Artificial Intelligence and What Computers Still Don't Understand
The computers that tend to do well in Turing Tests are ones that lie. Hector Levesque wants to reimagine the field of artificial intelligenc
24% of people use second screens while watching TV
Nearly a quarter of people (24%) use second screens while watching TV and almost half of all 16-24 year olds use communication tools such as
Cosmo the God, a hacking wunderkind brought down to earth (Wired UK)
An interview with the teenage hacker who is soon to appear in court without knowing the charges he faces
The lowdown on promoted tweets and trends at #SMWChicago
Marketers are always looking to find the best way to promote their brand full stop. It's their job after all. As social media picks up the d
AOL Might Just Have Invented Emails Next UI Paradigm
Bill Wetherell, a senior director of UX design at AOL, is struggling to find a recent message from his wife in his Gmail inbox. He’s mashing
DARPA's Cybernetic Binoculars Tap Soldiers' Brains To Spot Threats
Binoculars on the battlefield are fine, as long as soldiers know what they're looking at.
Sony's 4K Home Projector Eyes-On: You Probably Can't Tell the Difference...
Sony's 4K projector was first announced last year, but they have the thing on display at CES this year. After getting to zone out in a pitch