Author: WTN News

As diagnostic tests rely on ever-tinier amounts of blood, some scientists are striking a note of caution. As it turns out, not every drop of blood is identical. Bioengineers at Rice University recently found that different drops from single fingerpricks on multiple subjects varied substantially on...

WASHINGTON — For years, President Obama has struggled to reconcile a civil libertarian’s belief in personal privacy with a commander-in-chief’s imperatives for the nation’s security. This week, security won. The decision by Mr. Obama’s Justice Department to force Apple to help it breach an iPhone used by...

After a federal court ordered Apple to help unlock an iPhone used by an attacker in a December mass shooting in San Bernardino, Calif., the company’s chief executive, Timothy D. Cook, penned a passionate letter warning of far-reaching implications beyond the case. The response from other...

Experts says cybercriminals favor these types of attacks because they are reasonably easy to pull off and have a big impact. As hackers hold Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center’s data and demand $3.4 million Bitcoin to give it back, experts say the “hostage situation” likely signals...