The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Friday was warning shoppers that hackers could be eyeing their money.
We know hackers target computers, but how about your refrigerator, your tires, or even your light bulbs?
Thieves have now figured out a way to freeze your smartphone, demanding that you pay up to get it unlocked.
The clock is ticking on millions of holdouts still using Microsoft XP. The company will stop supporting the nearly 13-year-old operating system on Tuesday.
An email arrives looking like a utility bill, with a link to view account information. Up to 66 PSE&G customers in New Jersey and 200 more on Long Island reported receiving one.
Hackers claimed Tuesday evening that they were behind an outage on the New York Times website — the second such outage this month.
New York (CBSNewYork) — The ability for people to control door locks, lights and home appliances from their smartphones is growing in popularity. Those technological advances, however, have also opened the doors of some homes […]
When your smartphone battery is on its last legs, a public cell phone charging station can be like spotting an oasis.
Sen. Charles Schumer has called for uniform safety standards for the new TVs because he said your own television could be spying on you.
The personal data of more than 50 million LivingSocial customers may have been compromised when the daily deals Web site was hacked this week.
Federal investigators recently told CBS 2’s Asa Aarons that a dangerous program that has been set loose on the Internet could be waiting to pounce on hard drives around America.
For computer users, a few mouse clicks could mean the difference between staying online and losing Internet connections this summer.
“Your medium of communication you all so dearly adore will be destroyed,” says a computerized voice in an online video.
Gawker Media Inc. is urging subscribers to change their passwords because someone has managed to hack into the company’s user database.
NEW YORK (CBS/AP) – The WikiLeaks website said it came under a forceful Internet-based attack on Tuesday morning, making some of the content, including the controversial “Cablegate” documents, inaccessible for hours to users in the U.S. and Europe. […]