HBO's "Game of Thrones" has the dubious honor of being popular with both pirates and viewers.
Malicious software targeting smartphones with the Android operating system is becoming more common, with some handsets already infected when they're bought.
It's no secret that the things we click on, scroll across, swipe, tap or drag when we're browsing online or using a smartphone application can yield valuable information about us. Such data is a veritable goldmine to web ...
A month after announcing new guidelines, Reddit removed five groups that it said harassed people.
Russia's media watchdog said Tuesday it had lifted a short-lived ban on Russian-language Wikipedia over an entry on a form of cannabis.
Facebook crowed that an Android version of its Messenger app has been downloaded more than a billion times from the Google Play store.
Climbers who reach the summit of Mount Fuji will now be able to share their achievement via free Wi-Fi.
Facebook on Wednesday vowed to ease its "real names" policy that prompted drag queen performers to quit the social network and sparked wider protests in the gay community and beyond.
It's Cyber Security Awareness month, which has me wondering: are we doing all we can to protect our data? To help answer this question, I sat down with Girish Bhat of Wave Systems—an important collaborator of Micron's—to ...
Facebook on Monday unveiled a new feature that allows smartphone users to privately share photos of friends, by sifting through images with facial recognition technology.