FaceApp has now gone viral in the space of just a few days. It has turned into a hysteria over the privacy behind the app. Should there be concern?
Users of the iOS 13 beta have discovered that there’s a bug that makes it easy to access the data in “Website & App Passwords” in Settings.
Twitter went down for nearly an hour on Thursday, with the big disruption due to just an “internal configuration change.”
A new malware, Agent Smith, has infected as many as 25 million Android devices, replaacing installed apps with malicious versions.
Two U.S. government agencies are using state driver’s license photos from the DMV in facial-recognition searches without permission or knowledge of the subects.
Apple provided a transparency report that shows which countries are making the most app removal requests and also device data requests.
One in three people in the United States think they already have 5G. But there are currently only 23 U.S. cities with 5G service at this time.
Publishers aren’t happy with the kickbacks they’re getting from Apple News+, as they aren’t getting what Apple promised them.
Now that encryption is being used by more and more tech companies, the United States is considering banning end-to-end entryption.
You can do more than just remember your old Commodore 64, as there are plans to bring it back by the end of the year, just in time for Christmas.
Instagram was asked how users can have a private conversation about an item and then have an ad appear on Instagram. They maintain they are not recording users.
A new report shows Huawei devices are much more likely to be hacked than that of their competitors, backing up the U.S. claim the devices could be used as a “backdoor.”
If you have VLC media player on your computer, there are two new exploits that allow hackers to crash your system and remotely execute their codes.
If you recently updated your Windows device and noticed that some of your Bluetooth devices have stopped working, this is a deliberate decision by Microsoft for the sake of your OS security.
Facebook will be launching a new cryptocurrency – Libra – in 2020. Aside from being based on blockchain, it is different from other cryptocurrencies. Here is what you need to know about Libra.
Three-quarters of all mobile apps have a vulnerability that can lead to hackers stealing anything you valued on your phone, and if gets worse if you have an Android.
To combat being caught up in trade wars between the U.S. and China, Huawei has announced they will refund their phones if Google and Facebook stop working.
Amazon launched Spark two years ago to sell things in an Instagram-type format to compete with Instagram. They have now shut down Amazon Spark and are replacing it with other shopping tools.