Cyber-criminals collected $209 million in the first three months of 2016 by extorting businesses and institutions to unlock computer servers.
Laila Alawa’s media startup The Tempest gives a raw look at the passions and concerns of women of color around the world.
Windows customers should uninstall Apple’s QuickTime program, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
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Apple said it recovered $40 million worth of gold from recycled iPhones, iPads and Macs last year.
Yahoo’s board has adjusted its bylaws to make it much easier for Marissa Mayer to get a huge payday if the company gets sold.
Twitter has hired its first China managing director, even though the micro-blogging service is still blocked in the country.
A New York bill would force drivers to hand over their phones to police officers after a car crash.
On April 30, Express Scripts said it will cut startup PillPack off its network, leaving thousands of people in limbo when it comes to managing their ongoing and chronic medications.
Microsoft seems to be trying to avoid another PR disaster with its new AI bot. The company released a new program on Thursday that can describe what it “sees” in photos — except it ignores anything that has to do with Hitler.
Microsoft has sued the U.S. Department of Justice for overusing its power to secretly search customers.
Facebook’s ad chief Andrew Bosworth is a passionate advocate of STEM and credits 4-H with helping him develop his skills as a technologist.
Former Reuters social media editor Matthew Keys was sentenced to two years in prison for helping Anonymous hack the Los Angeles Times.
Regulators proposed to ban Elizabeth Holmes and Theranos president Sunny Balwani from their labs.
Teens say that Snapchat is the “most important social network,” according to a new Piper Jaffray survey.
A Facebook post from Amber Smith spurred a much needed online conversation about anxiety, mental health and the reality of social media.
Yankees fans in the Northeast can now watch games on Sling TV which launched a new streaming service on Wednesday.
A draft bill — from the top two members of the Senate Intelligence Committee — would make private devices illegal.
After Bernie Sanders spoke at a rally of striking Verizon workers, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam lambasted the presidential candidate in a LinkedIn post.
Google Calendar has a new ‘Goals’ feature to help people manage their schedules to achieve their personal goals.