Search


You have searched for ""Spy""

Showing 1-10 of 667

Sort by: Newest | Oldest | Relevance


Technology

Spy software watches BlackBerry e-mail

US Software firm Retina-X Studios has released a more vigilant version of its i>Mobile Spy/iprogram that captures every e-mail and picture from BlackBerry smartphones.

Technology

No spying in US school laptops case

b>PHILADELPHIA:/bThere's no evidence a Pennsylvania school district used school-issued laptops to spy on students despite its questionable policies and lack of regard for students' privacy, according to a report issued by attorneys hired by the district

Technology

All you need to know about 3D

Fad or not, 3D is making a big push into the home this year. Here's a primer on what the technology is all about.

Technology

UniFi users open to hacker attacks

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Subscribers to Telekom Malaysia Bhd's high-speed broadband service UniFi are vulnerable to exploitation due to a router setting that leaves it open to outside attack.

Technology

UniFi users open to hacker attacks (updated)

b>PETALING JAYA:/bSubscribers to Telekom Malaysia Bhd's high-speed broadband service UniFi are vulnerable to exploitation due to a router setting that leaves it open to outside attack.

Technology

Get out your decoder ring

b>WASHINGTON/b>: The US Defense Department's new US Cyber Command embedded a 32-character string of secret code on its logo. This caused a stir among bloggers and curious techies eager to decipher the veiled message.

Technology

Attacking the edges of secure Internet traffic

b>LAS VEGAS/b>: Researchers have uncovered new ways that criminals can spy on Internet users even if they're using secure connections to banks, online retailers or other sensitive websites.

Technology

US takes aim at China cyberthreat

b>WASHINGTON/b>: The United States for the first time is publicly warning about the Chinese military's use of civilian computer experts in clandestine cyberattacks aimed at American companies and government agencies.

Technology

Bringing war strategy to consoles

b>NEW YORK/b>: Videogame wars, like those in i>Halo/ior i>Call of Duty/i>, are usually seen from the grunt's eyeview. If you want to play general, with thousands of troops following your every order, you have to turn on your computer, home to real-time strategy (RTS) epics like i>StarCraft II/iand i>Age of Empires/i>.

Technology

Charity auction lets you buy celeb Twitter friends

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bIf you have ever wished celebrities like actress Demi Moore or skateboarder Tony Hawk would follow you on short-messaging site Twitter, now's your chance - but you'll have to cough up some cash for the privilege.