Scheduled to be announced next week, Android M will will include one-touch log-in for supported apps.
You can’t swipe at all. What gives???
A new study of the largest online dating site in China reveals hundreds of thousands of con artists.
A simple browser plug-in was all you needed to gain access to the internet giant’s customer accounts.
Jeff Weiner talks about the social network’s decision to censor politically sensitive content.
A new study by Google and the University of California reveals the shadowy network of interests behind ad injectors.
Facebook’s $2 billion virtual reality gamble is finally headed to market.
It’s a form of hacking that has proliferated so greatly because it requires scant technical expertise.
One Touch furthers the payment giant’s efforts to streamline digital checkouts.
The best-of analyzes user accounts to create a custom summary of the most important tweets.
ResearchKit will allow medical researchers the world over to create their own crowd-sourced studies.
Does Apple’s newest device live up to the hype?
Now you’ll need your phone to send money with your phone.
Agents from the FBI and Secret Service who were working on the Silk Road case allegedly attempted to pocket hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of seized bitcoins.
During a presentation at Facebook’s F8 conference, the company failed to make the case that VR really matters.
It’s the triumph of luxury come to the world of consumer electronics.
It doesn’t bode well for their new anti-harassment initiative.
Jace Connors is infamous on the internet for threatening a female game developer. Now the man who created the Connors character says he himself is afraid for his safety.
Two years ago, Vice pledged to get to the bottom of a disastrous journalistic mistake. It never did, and blame for the snafu has trailed a veteran war photographer into some of the most dangerous places in the world.