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A Chinese government spokeswoman has strenuously denied accusations of state involvement in a widespread eavesdropping attack on iCloud users, despite evidence that the attacks took place in core infrastructure.

Yoshitomo Imura was sentenced to two years in prison for producing “ZigZag” revolvers, which can take six bullets, and showing others how to do the same.

Can we stop the internet of things from becoming a power hungry consumer of resources? My guest on this week’s podcast hopes so, and discusses how we can make it more…

Machine learning startup GraphLab is boosting the capabilities of its platform, which aims to help users build and then serve their predictive models, has released a new version of its software…

There has been a spate of product announcements and integrations over the past few weeks signaling that many big data workloads — including, and especially, Hadoop — will soon be ready…

Netflix continues to be everyone’s favorite babysitter: 75 of the kids shows currently on Netflix have attracted more than two million viewers in the U.S. alone this year, and more than…

MongoDB Vice Chairman and former CEO came on the Structure Show this week to talk about the company’s future, and how life has been since stepping down from the leadership role…

What’s the best city to be a coder? What languages are the most lucrative? Here’s some data from around the country.

The next version of Google search could be a cost-per-action engine that would give companies like Amazon some serious competition.

Google is demoting pirate sites further in its search rankings. That news is one nugget contained in a larger report that details the company’s ongoing anti-piracy efforts.