Computer Science

Google proponents claim that these newly released “security features” bear no risk of infringing on user privacy.

Google Chrome browser scans all the files on your computer, including private photos, documents and spreadsheets.

The update will be first be available as an early access program for G Suite customers and people with personal accounts.

Google will soon let you send emails that SELF-DESTRUCT: Redesigned Gmail will introduce new safety tools, from ‘confidential mode’ to expiring messages, report claims.

“The American public needs to understand how advanced the cyberthreat has become”: McDew

The commander of the Transportation Command, the military command that plays the key role in projecting U.S. power around the world, is facing growing threats of cyberattack.

Each time you connect to an app you give it permission to record your details.

Facebook finally lets you remove third-party ‘vampire apps’ in BULK to prevent them from using your data: Here’s how to clean up your settings.

Powerful computers capable of mind-boggling calculations have moved a step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to a breakthrough at Intel. This image shows a prototype device created with the help of Dutch firm QuTech.

Could we soon all be using QUANTUM PCs? Intel reveals a breakthrough silicon chip that brings powerful, hack-proof computers ‘one step closer’.

Hackers have hijacked thousands of government websites to help them to stockpile cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

Bitcoin hackers hijack thousands of UK government computers with visitors’ machines also infected by virus that helps criminals ‘mine’ digital currencies.

The researchers plan to extend the new quantum repeater devices to work with larger networks.

New quantum repeater paves the way for long-distance big quantum data transmission.

Jann Horn, 22, an employee at Google's Project Zero cybersecurity arm, discovered the largest chip flaw in history by accident while leafing through thousand-page processor manuals for a completely different project.

How a 22-year-old stumbled across the worst computer chip flaw in history while reading huge Intel processor manuals with thousands of pages.