For years, there have been rumors that North Korea is a "weed-smoker's paradise." Cannabis is said to grow wildly there, and people can reportedly buy it in large, bazaar-style marketplaces and smoke wherever
With so many constitutional rights under siege, it’s welcome news when one of them is defended. Reaffirming the presumption of innocence, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Colorado law last month that
The feds warned that "a group of malicious cyber actors," whom security experts believe to be the government-sponsored hacking group known as APT6, "have compromised and stolen sensitive information from
Critics say targeting Republican counters hacking collective’s tradition of not taking sides in political contests and others allege movement is being hijacked The ripple effects of Donald Trump’s presidential
The U.S. Department of Defense is asking the hacker community for help. The Pentagon has launched a bug bounty program, which is a public challenge inviting hackers to find vulnerabilities in its computer
Saban Capital Group Power Rangers LLC, the company that owns the rights to the Power Rangers IP, is seeking to take down the recently released (and extremely gritty) 14-minute short film based on the television
This game is about real life. The main protagonist is you. Called Reflections, the game is still in Greenlight mode on Steam. Even if the set-up sounds a little unusual, the game does look pretty interesting.
Mobile gaming ads are usually extremely functional: lots of gameplay and a quick flash at the end of where to download the game. But "Clash of Clans" broke the mold with its Super Bowl ad by bringing board