Data is a new currency of sorts: we all generate a lot of it, and many companies already use it to serve their ends or ours. But, for many very good reasons, it's not easy to persuade people that they should give their data ...
Twitter lifted its character limit Wednesday for direct messages between users, saying it would help make the private side of Twitter "more powerful and fun."
An update to Snapchat set to be released Monday gives users more control over how much mobile data the entertainment app sucks up.
Tinder said Wednesday it "overreacted" when it sent out a volley of tweets lashing out a Vanity Fair for a feature about dating apps and sexual norms.
Rdio, the music subscription service backed by Skype co-founder Janus Friis, is partnering to bring simulcasts of 500 traditional radio stations to its app in the U.S.
Tech geeks in China looking to understand Google's newly unveiled corporate structure are out of luck: the website of the new parent company, dubbed Alphabet, was blocked less than 24 hours after going live.
Let me begin with a disclaimer: I am neither a digital forensics practitioner nor do I play one on television.
An international web of hackers and traders made $100 million on Wall Street by stealing a look at corporate press releases before they went out and then trading on that information ahead of the pack, federal authorities ...
Major US Internet firms have joined an effort to curb the spread of images of sex abuse of children, organizers said Monday.
Hackers at an infamous annual Def Con gathering in Las Vegas got schooled in how to be online killers.