A highly scientific (not at all scientific) study of Pokémon Go’s popularity.
Catch them all…before it’s too late.
The company behind the game is collecting players’ data. And it’s most definitely catching them all.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a recall for over 500,000 of the two-wheeled scooters.
In a private conversation obtained by BuzzFeed, WikiLeaks lectures the group who took down its website on hacking tactics.
Will the hacker or hackers behind a huge heist be able to spend their bounty?
He may have bankrupted Gawker, but among Facebook investors he’s still more popular than Zuck, Sheryl Sandberg and Marc Andreessen.
It synchronizes with your Apple Watch or iPhone for quick and secure authentication when online shopping.
Stories of sexual harassment – and worse — came to light at an emotional board dinner. Then the person who revealed them quit to avoid being suspended.
A Deadhead turned medical marijuana and criminal defense lawyer from Southern California has made himself into the country’s leading defender of hackers. Can he save his clients from the worst law in technology — and themselves?
He’ll move on to an advisory role in Alphabet, the Google holding company.
E-cigs are more popular than ever — but they’re also exploding in vapers’ faces at an alarming rate. Will new regulations be enough?
Integrated with Android, Daydream is a phone, a headset, a controller, and a bunch of apps you probably already use.
The “fast, smart and secure” app will suggest responses to images, allow emoji size customization, and work alongside Google Assistant.
CEO Sundar Pichai claimed at the company’s I/O conference that Google Assistant is “far ahead of what other assistants can do.”
Many of us would give up pizza for fewer logins.
The secretive augmented reality company starts to show its hand.
Keys was convicted in October 2015 of three counts of criminal hacking under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act for providing login credentials to members of the hacking organization Anonymous, which were then used to alter a Los Angeles Times story on the paper’s website.