Egypt foils internet terrorist plot

The Egyptian navy has once more succeeded in stopping the Sea People cutting off Egypt from the outside world.

How your wallpaper could power your PC

University of Oxford researchers say it should soon be possible to do away with the tangle of cables most of us are afflicted with, thanks to a new class of metamaterials.

WikiLeaks hit by cyberattack

The Wikileaks website was yesterday hit by a cyberattack, as it continued with the release of tens of thousands of secret State Department cables.

Twitter ordered to hand over Wikileaks account information

The Department of Justice has served Twitter with a subpoena seeking detiled information on the accounts of Julian Assange and other Wikileaks members and supporters.

Air Force blocks access to newspapers online

The world's bastion of free speech and liberty, the USA, has banned Air Force personnel from reading some of the most prominent and well-respected newspapers in the world.

Govt ban on reading Wikileaks cables 'may not be legal'

US government efforts to prevent staff from acessing information released by Wikileaks may not stand up in law, according to a Washington University in St. Louis law professor.

Assange turns himself in to police

The chase is over: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has handed himself into the police.