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In the mountains of Northern California, a field of radio dishes that look like giant dinner plates waited for years for the first call from intelligent life among the stars.
China is known as an aggressor in cyberspace, but hundreds of Beijing's own government networks are vulnerable to cyber-attack, says one security expert whose hobby is finding back doors into Chinese computer systems.
Apple drew heat last week after security experts revealed that the iPhone secretly tracks the movements of its users. While this revelation is troubling, it's only half as bad as how different government agencies are already keeping tabs on the public.
Nintendo's annual profit dropped for the second straight year as sales of its gaming devices fell despite a price cut for the DS handheld.
The successor to Nintendo's hit Wii console will arrive next year.
The outage of Sony Corp.'s PlayStation Network ran into its sixth day Monday as the company said it has no timeframe for restoring the Internet-based system that links users in live game play worldwide.
Yahoo Inc. has bought the maker of mobile software that makes it easier for people to let their friends know what TV shows they're watching.
Netflix Inc. delivered another rousing performance in the first quarter, with its video subscription service attracting 3.6 million more customers to boost its U.S. audience to roughly the same size as the country's largest cable-TV carrier, Comcast Corp.
Egyptian anti-regime activists found a startling document last month during a raid inside the headquarters of the country's state security service: A British company offered to sell a program that security experts say could infect dissidents' computers and gain access to their email and other communications.