Best Buy is pulling CDs off shelves this summer, Forbes introduces its first list of Cryptocurrency's richest people, and Uber confirms the two hackers who breached their data were found to be in
Bell Canada suffers a data breach, more than half of Android apps don't follow the new EU data protection regulations, and Elon Musk isn’t getting paid unless Tesla is massively successful.
A hack for every WiFi network around the world has been discovered, AirBNB finally releases an API, and the first iPhone X shipment will be even lower than initially estimated. From Reddit today:
ZTE officially registers a foldable smartphone with the FCC. A fake version of AdBlock Plus has been downloaded thousands of times. And stop the presses – Facebook is down. From Google
The Tech in Sports crew explores all the major sports technology news from the last week, including the NFL Players Association getting hacked, plus our first thoughts on the new Fitbit Ionic smartwatch.
Just a few months after announcing that in 2014 500 million accounts were hacked, Yahoo Inc. is at it again, disclosing this week that in 2013 one billion accounts were hacked in the
It’s the Ashley Madison hack all over again. Except this time, the fallout may be much greater. More than 400 million accounts have been exposed by a hack into FriendFinder Networks’ plethora of