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Want to Brick an iPhone? Send Some Emojis
A specific string of emojis and text sent in an iMessage can crash the recipient's iOS device.



VIDEO: Army's 'Hoverbike' Prototype Takes Flight
The device could make it possible for soldiers on the battlefield to order and receive supplies in less than 30 minutes.



Is Assange Coming to America? Unlikely
'I don't pay a lot of attention to Mr. Assange's tweets,' President Obama said during his final press conference.



Samsung Security Cameras Hacked Again
White-hat hackers found a loophole that allowed for remote command execution.



Porn Pirates Exploit YouTube 'Backdoor'
Adult websites are hosting explicit videos on Google's servers.



Don't Fall for This Sophisticated Gmail Phishing Scam
To protect yourself against this attack, you will need to pay close attention to your browser's location bar.



Is Your Router Insecure (and Does Your Router Maker Care)?
What's a consumer to do if cable companies or manufacturers aren't held responsible for router vulnerabilities?



Read 12M Pages of Declassified CIA Records
The Central Intelligence Agency this week published 930,000 documents online.



Microsoft to Enterprise IT: Time to Ditch Windows 7
Even though Windows 7 support runs through 2020, Microsoft is touting the security benefits of Windows 10.



WhatsApp: Encrypted Message Backdoor Reports Are 'Baseless'
The security researcher cited in the report acknowledged that the word 'backdoor' was probably not the best choice.