What do you get the ultra-luxury hotel guests who have everything? A computer program that analyzes their TripAdvisor reviews to figure out what they want.
Weev, the notorious white supremacist hacker and troll, appears to lend his support to the “awesome dude” behind Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace. (Warning: detailed descriptions.)
The FBI arrested Justin Liverman, or “D3F4ULT,” today in connection with the hack of John Brennan’s personal email.
The connected-home speaker company joins forces with the 800-pound gorilla in voice recognition.
Adult Swim’s Million Dollar Extreme Presents: World Peace is identity content for trolls.
In the aftermath of the explosive allegations against its most famous advocate, and under new leadership, the Tor Project struggles to move on.
John McAfee, Kim Dotcom, and a possible pump-and-dump scheme. What could go wrong?
As more companies invite hackers to crack their code for bounties, the list of invitees is getting a little more selective.
The bankrupt network has found a buyer after its clash with Hulk Hogan and Silicon Valley billionaire Peter Thiel.
The world’s most valuable company will pay hackers to crack its operating system and its cloud services.
The new emojis roll out in a developer preview today and to Apple device users in the fall.
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.