Tokyo police finally get around to naming names in its lengthy investigation into the sudden disappearance of $473 million in Bitcoin.
Pinterest has publicly announced targets for hiring women and minorities.
Coming soon to your neighborhood library: A "screw you" to mass surveillance.
A new "whole government initiative" will create supercomputers for a "post Moore's Law era."
The New York Blood Center maintains the chimps are not their responsibility.
Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office said it has no record of over 500 illegal radio antennas and repeaters reportedly confiscated by officials since 2006.
Conservatives now have their very own hacktivists, even if the hackers themselves aren't all that gung-ho.
In a new video, the mother of convicted Silk Road mastermind Ross Ulbricht talks about the drug war, the media, and Ross’s life in prison.
Intelsat, one of the largest satellite companies in the world, says SpaceX must make more information public before it tests internet satellites.
Also: cheaper, less invasive, and more reliable.