U.S. spy agencies continue their recruitment effort at a hacker convention in Las Vegas this week, Reuters reports.
Will computer-chip meltdowns slow the pace of new tech devices?
USA Today wonders if another dot-com bubble is about to burst.
The Defense Department struggles to fund its new cyberstrategy.
Microblogs are challenging Chinese censors, according to The New York Times.
The San Jose Mercury News reports that Twitter has attracted $800 million in venture-capital investment.
And after the News Corp. has come under fire over a phone hacking scandal, there is more bad news for one of its British publications. The Sun acknowledged that thousands of readers’ personal information may have been stolen during a cyberattack last month.