YouTube Video of Brutal Killings at Sea Sets Off International Mystery

Three days ago, an extended video popped up on Youtube of five mariners being shot to death in the open ocean on the wreckage of their boat, as their killers guffaw and chatter from the decks of their larger crafts. Where was the footage shot? Who were the victims and their killers? So far, no one knows for certain. » 8/21/14 2:35pm 8/21/14 2:35pm

The Men Who Hacked Mario Kart 8

"I don't want to go to bed at night thinking I've ruined thousands of people's fun," one of the two men who's cracked open the code for the Wii U's biggest game told me this week. I was confused. » 8/15/14 6:35pm 8/15/14 6:35pm

Florida Pirate Arrested In Mini Naval Battle Over Fishing Hole

No one would have expected a Florida fishing hole to become the subject of a small naval battle, but when Lawrence Lamee and his brother began arguing about the spot, that's just what happened. Heated words were exchanged, honor ruffled, and then brother turned upon brother. » 12/03/12 10:30am 12/03/12 10:30am

MegaUpload Founder Claims He's 'Evil,' 'Guilty,' And 'God' On His…

Sharing site MegaUpload was shut down by the feds earlier today and its founder Kim "Dotcom" Schmitz was arrested over allegations that his site hosted pirated media. Schmitz also had over $6 million in luxury cars seized. Cars with extremely conspicuous plates proclaiming him, among other things, a "God." Or "The"… » 1/19/12 9:50pm 1/19/12 9:50pm

The Piracy Lawsuit That Could Ground The CIA's Deadly Predator Drones

Al Qaeda and the Taliban haven't been able to bring down the CIA's Predator drones. But a new lawsuit alleging parts of their targeting software are pirated (and faulty) could. » 10/18/10 9:32pm 10/18/10 9:32pm