Web crawler takes virtual bite out of cybercrime
Simon Fraser University researcher Richard Frank is helping to take a virtual bite out of cybercrime. His web crawler, designed to track websites that exploit children, will be among the School of Criminology's demonstrations ...
Pew studies American view of Internet impact
Review: Lots of innovations beyond iOS and Android
(AP)—The "1 percent" is often used to disparage the American elites at the very top of the wealth scale. When it comes to smartphones, however, the "1 percent" is the bottom of the heap.
Climate change to affect Antarctic predator-prey relationships
The Ross Sea, a major, biologically productive Antarctic ecosystem, "clearly will be extensively modified by future climate change" in the coming decades as rising temperatures and changing wind patterns ...
Vitamin water: Measuring essential nutrients in the ocean
The phrase, 'Eat your vitamins,' applies to marine animals just like humans. Many vitamins, including B-12, are elusive in the ocean environment.
Map of complex, carbon-rich molecules abundant throughout the universe
Scientists at NASA's Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., today released a significant expansion and upgrade to a public, online database that houses a unique and extensive collection of information ...
A new system accelerates verification of printed electronic documents
Researchers at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid (UC3M) have designed a system that speeds up online administrative procedures by automatically verifying and validating printed electronic documents, a ...
Turkish president aims to fix problems with Internet law
Turkey's president said on Thursday he was trying to iron out problems in his country's new Internet laws that have sparked outrage both at home and abroad.
New alternate-reality game the first to explore digital provenance
A ground-breaking transmedia alternate-reality game (ARG), which is the first large-scale project to explore 'digital provenance', has been launched.
One-celled plants key to understanding changes in the great lakes
Colleen Mouw calls herself an oceanographer "with one foot in the ocean and the other in the Great Lakes." An assistant professor in Michigan Technological University's Department of Geological and Mining ...
Turkey approves Internet restrictions
Turkey's Parliament has approved legislation that would tighten government controls over the Internet.
Web gets new neighborhoods with '.guru' and more
New online neighborhoods open Wednesday when a US company starts offering Web addresses ending in ".guru," ".bike"—and even ".singles."
Shape Security develops world's first "botwall"
Super Bowl again to be streamed live online
The Super Bowl will again be streamed live online.