The wreckage of a drone has been found outside of a maximum security prison in South Carolina, in a novel attempt to smuggle phones, marijuana and tobacco into the tightly-guarded prison.
Google Play remains a relatively safe environment, though, with the real threats coming from third-party app stores.
Online bookies Paddy Power is making an embarrassed apology to 649,055 of their customers who they believe have been affected by a data breach in 2010.
A district judge has upheld the original ruling that forces companies to hand over information held on foreign soil if ordered to do so, prompting condemnation from the technology industry.
Tech News Weekly podcast 29: Favourite summer apps, Apple riddling iOS with backdoors, and is this the end of the Oyster card?
On this weeks Tech News Weekly podcast from ITProPortal.com. Could the Oyster card and in fact, hard cash be soon removed from the London Underground? And was Apple helping the NSA on purpose?
The National Security Agency (NSA) is looking for a Director of Strategic Communications on LinkedIn. But why is it even advertised?
USB devices are ubiquitous: keyboards, mice, headsets and pocket drives and now they have become a potential security threat, according to a report.
We round up the three biggest threats you need to be aware of this week, including the top ten Facebook scams to watch out for, and a terrifying new ransomware variant.
On Wednesday the Tor project released a statement stating that an attack on the network may have resulted in users losing anonymity.
The request has been made by the Department of Defence and it means that the country’s cyber operations budget will be worth 8.5 per cent of total defence spending.
Security firm Bitdefender is keen on keeping an eye out for the current major scams on the social network, and has just informed us of the latest to beware of.