Cyber Wars, watch them live

Watch a real time map of cyber attacks around the world

America’s Greatest Makers Gameshow: Is It A Disaster In the Making?

Intel's doing a gameshow which could be a good thing but history says it might be a really bad thing.

God Mode, a Windows 10 tweak with a cool name

Playing God in your Windows cosmos

LG expands into mobile accessories market, starting with a new portable keyboard

The KB-700 Rolly Keyboard targeted for mobile devices.

The Chrome app Vysor and how it works

With Vysor, Koush gives us an easy way to mirror android devices on our computers

The real problem with Hillary Clinton’s email server

It’s not so much what was on it, the real problem is the the fact she hired incompetent people to manage it

Nokia, alive and kicking

Nokia branches out before returning to the mobile market next year

Nextbit, ambitious to reinvent the smartphone

“We can see beyond the limits of today’s tech, to the beautiful reboot of Android”

Space menus, from pizza to poop (and back again)

If you're thinking about registering for the next Mars mission, consider what might end up on your plate

Stephen Hawking, his new black hole theory and what it means

Stephen Hawking's new black hole theory is getting scientists excited

X-Men: Apocalypse main production officially ends

Director Bryan Singer announces end of the main production for X-Men: Apocalypse

The 3D scanner in your pocket

Microsoft is working on an app to make 3D scanning possible with a normal mobile phone

ICO orders Google to forget stories about right-to-be-forgotten stories

From the Department of Redundancies Department

IRS ‘hack’ much broader than previously admitted

IRS says over 300,000 tax records were simply given away

AT&T - NSA lapdog

Company provided the NSA with emails, Internet traffic and more than 1.1 billion U.S. citizen cellphone records per day

IBM Creates Linux Without Limits

This is a full press effort and likely one of the most significant moves by the company this decade.

Mysterious time travelling Tweet sent 18 years before Twitter even launched

Amiga World magazine was way ahead of its time