BitTorrent Tests Snoop-Free Chat
The Top 10 Tech Stories of 2013
Google Report Sees Censorship Surge
Can Foxconn Deal Save BlackBerry?
Is Macbook Webcam Spying on You?
Can an online chat service that doesn’t use central servers be more secure than one that does? BitTorrent is saying yes, and is now alpha testing a serverless system that uses no central authority.
The tech industry, once again, hatched some of the hottest business stories of the year. Here's the list, from data snoops to IPOs, hitting on issues of privacy, wealth creation, and epic failures.
The search engine giant has issued its latest transparency report, tabulating government requests to remove content from its services. The latest numbers show a whopping 68 percent increase.
Struggling with a huge decline in revenue, handset maker BlackBerry has announced a strategic partnership with iPhone maker Foxconn Technology, which will make some BlackBerry phones.
New research and individual accounts of webcam spying have concluded that if someone wants to hack into your Macbook webcam, its light can be disabled, allowing the spying to go undetected.