Computerworld reports the Secretary of State announced Washington will form working groups with China And Japan to work together on Cybersecurity related issues.
H-online reports a German manufactured heating system has a vulnerability that could allow an attacker to take control of the system remotely.
CNET reports on problems with data access on systems connected to Defense Department computers associated with lawyers for Guantanamo prisoners
The Washington Post reports the photo sharing service processes over 150 million photos per day.
The Register reports the former Hacker "Mudge" will take his expertise from government work to Google's Motorola Mobility unit.
The Register reports multiple domains registered in North Korea were targeted by the hacktivist group Anonymous.
Arstechnica reports the chat head feature that is part of the new Android version of Facebook Home will come to the iOS app soon.
Arstechnica reports Oracle will release an update to close holes in the Java browser plugin.
Arstechnica reports researchers have identified an ongoing brute force attack on servers that run the WordPress blogging software.
The Register reports the custom designed iPhone has a chassis made of solid gold and a home button made of a 26-carat black diamond.