After the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack affecting one of the largest U.S. pipelines, the FBI blamed the Darkside group.
An app developer discovered Apple gave Zoom access to the iPad multitasking camera that no other third-party video conferencing app has.
Google agrees with two-step verification so much that it plans to automatically use 2SV on all accounts instead of leaving it as an option.
A security researcher discovered the user accounts of Peloton fitness equipment were subject to data leaks, and the company took no action.
Have you changed your phone number? Researchers have learned that 2FA can lead to spammed accounts with recycled phone numbers.
Apple indicates it fixed the issues with the Podcasts app after the iOS 14.5 update, but did it harm its chances for Podcasts subscriptions?
Facebook has been complaining about Apple’s iOS 14.5 change, and now that it has rolled out, Facebook is suggesting it may have to start charging.
Google is expanding Android earthquake alerts and detection to more locations domestically and internationally starting in May.
T-Mobile announced the SyncUP TRACKER, joining the Samsung SmartThings Tracker, the Apple AirTag, and the Tile. It’s a crowded field.
Researchers have found a privacy flaw in the Android contact tracing app meant to warn users when they come in contact with a case of COVID.
After it appeared it was left out of recent plans, Spotify announced adding a miniplayer to the mobile Facebook apps to play shared content.
Apple’s AirDrop feature makes it easy to share images and files with people nearby, but researchers have connected AirDrop to privacy leaks.
Facebook and Apple noticed the pandemic-related boon with podcasts. They have each created upcoming options to take advantage of it.
The Amazon One payment method relies on a palm reader technology. Amazon plans to expand the service and roll it out to more stores.
While much of the Apple releases had already been leaked, the big news was that the M1 chip would be in both the new iMacs and iPad Pros.
Being used differently this past year necessitated changes for Zoom. This week Zoom made significant changes to the service across platforms.
To add to its bad year, an existing issue can lead to your WhatsApp photos and videos getting deleted when you switch iPhones.
Google Assistant announced five changes, and one of them will hep you find your iPhone. Will this be enough to do battle with Alexa and Siri?
Spotify is launching “Car Thing,” a device that can be used no matter the age of your car. Will this compete with CarPlay and Android Auto?
Microsoft went all in and acquired Nuance, a company with cloud and AI software in the healthcare space. Does it have further aspirations?
Facebook has created an open-source dataset that it believes will lessen the AI basis that exists with facial recognition.
Discord and Slack became tools for hackers to spread their malware because of their success this past year and users’ trust in them.
Apple announced an extension of its Find My network. It will work with third-party devices, starting with Belkin, Chipolo, and VanMoof.
With unemployment at record highs during the pandemic, hackers are hitting the inboxes of the unemployed in a LinkedIn phishing campaign.
LG isn’t going out on top. After years in the business, LG smartphones will no longer be on the shelf, as the company ends its run.
Facebook has lost respect with data leaks. Over the weekend it was discovered that Facebook data belonging to millions of users was leaked.
A new tactic is hidden in the Android app “System Update.” It’s no update – it’s malware that is secretly stealing your data.
To get the airline industry up and running, the IATA is instituting a travel pass app that it says will be available later this month on iOS.
A new survey shows that when it comes to the brand, more smartphone users are dumping Android for iPhone – at a quick pace.
Apple revealed in two patient applications it’s been using its own custom alloy made from recycled beer and pop cans on the MacBook Air.
A large hacking operation Google outed was actually being carried out by counterterrorism hackers. These hackers were from a U.S. Western ally.
With rumors about a Nintendo Switch Pro, there is another rumor that Qualcomm is working on a Nintendo Switch knockoff powered by Android.
A popular rumor is stating that a Nintendo Switch Pro with support for DLSS could be released for the 2021 holiday shopping season.
We could be nearing the day Android users get to dump it for its replacement. Google’s Fuchsia could be nearing its 1st developer release.
There age limits on social media have been largely ignored. However, Facebook has made it a priority to create an Instagram for Kids for users under 13.
macOS and iOS users are reporting that they are being besieged by group FaceTime calls that are either spam or pranks, and they can’t block the numbers.
Under pressure from some developers, Apple reduced its cut of developer fees. Following suit, Google Play Store is cutting developer fees as well.
Safe Blues researchers are using Bluetooth to transfer a virtual virus between mobile devices to help track the COVID-19 virus.
There are reporters that some printers caused a BSOD after a Windows 10 update was installed. Find out whether it’s something you can fix.
Tesla was among the Verkada Security Firm Cameras that were hacked, along with governmental locations, such as a prison and a hospital.
There are constant warnings of aps, websites, and companies being attacked, and now 8 more dangerous apps have been identified.
Scientists have recognized the frustration of shortened lithium-ion battery life and developed a new material that will make batteries last longer.
The company behind the Brave browser intends to challenge Google search. It’s launching the Brave search engine in the first half of 2021.
A mobile security firm, Zimperium, has found data leaks from thousands of third-party Android and iOS apps through cloud storage
At first sight, the news that Google is vowing to stop tracking users seems stunning. But what they’re really doing is switching from individuals to groups.
Microsoft contends Chinese hackers are behind Exchange attacks that targeted American business with exploits of a flaw in Exchange.
Android app SuperVPN was labeled as “very dangerous” for the third time in a year, despite promising to “protect your privacy and keep you safe.”
WhatsApp issued a threat to its users. Does this WhatsApp threat really mean that users’ accounts will be deleted if they don’t accept the new terms?