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Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt says China could supplant Silicon Valley as the world’s tech powerhouse unless the US government steps in
Eric Schmidt helped Google conquer the world. Now he's concerned that China is going to overtake American tech, and he wants the US government's help.
Leaked documents reportedly show the CIA secretly bought an encryption company and used it to spy on clients — while turning a profit
The CIA secretly listened in on communications by spies, diplomats, military officials, calling it "the intelligence coup of the century."
Silicon Valley startups backed by Bill Gates and Andreessen Horowitz are using the US-Mexico border to test new surveillance technology
The rise in border surveillance experiments reflects companies' efforts to capitalize on an increase in federal funds flowing to the border.
Insiders say a Palantir exec claimed profitability and compared Project Maven to the nuclear bomb in January all-hands
Palantir believes that its work helping drones autonomously identify targets is as important as the race to develop nuclear weapons.
The Justice Department is demanding that Apple make it easier to unlock suspects’ iPhones, but experts say it can do that without Apple’s ...
Apple has long resisted federal pressure to engineer a "backdoor" that would let investigators easily unlock iPhones.
Iran’s ‘forceful revenge’ against the US is likely to include cyberwarfare, and experts warn that the attacks could be devastating
Iran has proved capable of cyberattacks that could target internet infrastructure, online banks, or even the US power grid.
New fears of conflict between the US and Iran boosted war-driven industries despite all three major US stock indexes plunging on Friday.
December 7, 1941 began as a perfect Sunday morning. These photos show the attack by Imperial Japan that changed history.
Trump's decision to pull US forces from Kurdish-controlled areas in northeastern Syria left the civil-war-torn country open to Turkish attack.
The US Navy has long been the most visible part of America's military might with visits to far flung ports and operations all over the world.