Is your refrigerator spying on you?

Millions of American homes contain devices connected to the internet that aren't computers. Yours is likely one of them.

How smart technology gadgets can avoid speed limits

Speed limits apply not only to traffic. There are limitations on the control of light as well, in optical switches for internet traffic, for example. Physicists at Chalmers University of Technology now understand why it is ...

CDN analysis sheds light on internet evolution

CDNs have greatly improved our online experience. The CDN-H project has studied its implications for the internet's structure and the relationship between stakeholders.

A system that identifies malicious patterns in network traffic

The majority of cyber-security solutions that stand between us and increasingly sophisticated malware, target only specific attacks or subsets of attacks, meaning that users may have to buy and install many different products ...

Russian given almost 4 years in US botnet fraud

A US judge on Thursday sentenced a Russian citizen to 46 months in prison for his role in a global computer fraud that took in millions, the Justice Department announced.

Creating a high-speed internet lane for emergency situations

During large disasters, like hurricanes, wildfires and terrorist attacks, people want emergency responders to arrive quickly and help people deal with the crisis. In order to do their best, police, medics, firefighters and ...

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