The infamous, FSB-connected Turla group took over other hackers’ servers, exploiting their USB drive malware for targeted espionage.
From Iran’s reigning master of cinema to wolf-eating witches, these are the best films you didn’t see last year.
Amid internet shutdowns in Iran, the encrypted messaging app is introducing proxy connections that can help people get online.
If professors in 16 US states can’t use the platform at work, they won’t be able to research this communication pillar—or teach their students about it.
Tech’s big show rolls on, with more visions of the future on display. Here are some more of the coolest gadgets we’ve seen.
It’s not too late to move toward your ideal social media existence. You could opt for Mastodon or Post, or stay and hope things turn around.
Abdulrahman Khalid was forced to flee his country because of his outspoken atheism. Now, he’s helping others in the same position—for profit.
A network of trading platforms is restructuring the seafood industry and tackling waste.
Researchers are applying digital listening technology to the natural world. It turns out it has quite a lot to say to us—and not all of it sounds good.
World Weather Attribution ties disasters and extreme conditions to climate change—providing crucial leverage for legal and policy battles.
Each year thousands die because there aren’t enough organs for transplants, and I may be one of them. It’s time to start compensating donors.
This CES concept car uses e-ink technology to switch between 32 body colors, while its windshield offers a view of “mixed reality.”
The company unveiled Project Leonardo, a fully customizable, accessible console game controller, built with the help of the disabled community.