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A startup called Argyle Data has released its fraud detection software that’s built on the NSA-created Accumulo database and Facebook-created Presto SQL query engine, both of which have been proved to…

A new app lets you ask strangers multiple choice questions. Although it’s not anonymous, using it feels more than a little bit like confession apps like Secret and Yik Yak.

The Solidoodle Press is the first machine from the startup that’s meant to be simple to use. But now buyers will have to wait until at least December.

Meet Google Inbox, a new way to manage email, reminders and things you have to do. There’s a bit of Google Now smarts within Inbox, helping to highlight information you need…

Now AWS has a directory for its cloud resources that also reaches into on-premises implementations.

Flint uses the phone camera to scan in card details, which it processes like any other credit transaction. Mobile carriers like Verizon and Digicel have taken a lot of interest in…

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…

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.

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.

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…