Putting these toys back in the box after a decade of hype isn’t going to be easy, but these researchers are exploring the options.
A US national security panel told Kunlun, that its ownership of Grindr constitutes a national security risk.
Wrist slaps and paltry fines may not be what most of us were hoping for in retribution for billions of robocalls and countless scams.
Australia’s controversial anti-encryption laws came under independent scrutiny this week as tech leaders criticized the proposed rules.
Hoaxers are saying you can unlock colorful new “features” in Twitter, but you’ll probably lock yourself out instead.
If you’re running Magento you should be on the look out for hackers testing stolen card data – it could get your PayPal account suspended.
A hosting company has taken down a database owned by a mobile spying app after it was found displaying phone owners’ intimate images online.
The FTC launched a broad inquiry to find out what data they collect, why, who they share it with, and how consumers can change or delete it.
All your saved Firefox passwords, now happily inserting themselves into your Android-verse!
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