A 19-year-old Florida man committed suicide in front of a streaming webcam on justin.tv.
Sweden boy played World of Warcraft for 24 hours straight and collapsed, going into an epileptic seizure. He’ll make a full recovery. The game really isn’t to blame here. He played while eating very little food. The kid bought Wrath of the Lich King a
Las Vegas (NV) – The security pros at Black Hat got a little surprise this year with the appearance of the infamous Wall of Sheep.
Detroit (MI) - There's a sickening Craigslist scammer who is pretending to be the father of a fallen US soldier.
San Francisco (CA) - Don't piss off your network admin, especially when he can read all your emails.
Los Angeles (CA) - Standing outside of an Apple store in Los Angeles, Trevant Mann spouts off all the features and specs of the new iPhone, but he isn't an Apple employee.
Los Angeles (CA) - Outspoken YouTube critic and billionaire Mark Cuban has announced in a recent blog post that "Hulu is kicking Youtube's Ass" and he predicts Hulu's total revenues will surpass YouTube's by next year.
Las Flores (CA) - 18-year-old Omar Khan should be graduating from high school this week, but instead he faces more than 38 years in prison for hacking into school computers.
San Diego (CA) - Pictures capture a moment, important moments like the toothless smiles of our children, the agony of a Superbowl defeat or a political protestor's last moments of freedom.
Americans are more likely to ditch their Internet rather than their cellphones. According to a new survey done by the Pew internet and American Life Project, 51% of the population would find it very difficult to give up their cell phones while 45% felt the same about their Internet.
Tokyo (Japan) - Apple is trying desperately to get into the lucrative Asian markets and is seeing mixed success. Japan’s largest carrier - with an estimated 50 million cellular customers - NTT DoCoMo has confirmed that it is in talks with Apple to brin
Researchers have completed a study which compares violent video games and television footage against other health risks like smoking and AIDS. The researchers claim that violent content is almost as bad as smoking.
In the last week, two companies released free Windows utilities that scan for Bluetooth devices. Humphrey Cheung spoke with the author of one of the programs to find out whether we are on the verge of a "Bluedriving" age.
In Part 2 of this series, Humphrey Cheung shows how to use the tools configured in Part 1 to capture data and perform a WEP key recovery.