Microsoft has fixed a vulnerability in its login system, which security researchers say could have been used to trick unsuspecting victims into giving over complete access to their online accounts. The
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A draft consumer privacy bill written by Republican U.S. Senator Roger Wicker’s staff would set nationwide rules for handling of personal information online and elsewhere and override
“File sharing has never been simpler,” claim the developers behind the viral mobile app Zapya. “You can share files from device to device for free—Zapya allows you to seamlessly transfer massive files
San Francisco (CNN Business) — Tensions continue to rise between Google and its employees. The latest development occurred Monday when Google (GOOG) sent an email to all staff members describing its decision
How one company you’ve never heard of swallowed tens of thousands of text messages — then spit them back out
On November 7th, tens of thousands of people across the US woke up to strange text messages from friends and loved ones, occasionally from people who were no longer in their lives, like an ex-boyfriend
The numbers tell one story. Unemployment in the US is the lowest it’s been in 50 years. More Americans have jobs than ever before. Wage growth keeps climbing. People tell a different story. Long job hunts.
If you’ve ever bought an Android phone, there’s a good chance you booted it up to find it pre-loaded with junk you definitely didn’t ask for. These pre-installed apps can be clunky, annoying to remove,
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China’s central bank extended 200 billion yuan ($28.60 billion) through its medium-term lending facility on Friday, the second time it has done so this month, while keeping the lending
Facebook’s iOS app appears to be activating the camera in the background of the app in some situations without a user’s knowledge. However, Facebook tells The Verge that it’s submitting a fix to address
A federal court in Boston has ruled that US government agents cannot search travelers’ electronic devices at the border without reasonable suspicion, marking a significant win for privacy rights. The District
Google reveals ‘Project Nightingale’ after being accused of secretly gathering personal health records
Google secretly gathered millions of patient records across 21 states on behalf of a health care provider, in an effort dubbed “Project Nightingale,” reports The Wall Street Journal. Neither the provider’s
Evo Morales has announced he will resign as president of Bolivia after the military called for him to step down and the police withdrew their support following weeks of unrest over disputed election results.