Verizon Is Purging Its Biggest Data Users, Forcing Them Onto Capped Plans Or Disconnecting Their DevicesVerizon is purging customers with unlimited data plans who use more than 500GB of data per month, asking them to sign up for a limited data plan or have their device disconnected.
- Hackers in Russia and Japan have already figured out how to add more games to the NES Classic Edition. Here's how you can play any game on Nintendo's NES Classic Edition.
- The Federal Trade Commission has filed a lawsuit against D-Link, alleging the company failed to properly secure its products and leaving consumers vulnerable to attack.
- Facebook may soon show ads in the middle of videos you are watching.
- Apple celebrates Steve Jobs unveil of the iPhone 10 years ago today at Macworld 2007 in San Francisco.
- Ford-owned ridesharing service Chariot plans to expand its services to eight cities—including outside of the United States—in 2017, the company announced at the Detroit Auto Show.
- Australian software company Atlassian agrees to buy the popular project management program Trello for $425 million.
- Fifteen Eastern Orthodox churches and several others, including ones in Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Georgia and Macedonia, celebrate Christmas on Jan. 7.
- Wikileaks wants to publish private data of thousands of verified Twitter users.
- One of the biggest icebergs ever recorded is about to break away from Antarctica.
- Tinder showed off its own “headset,” called Tinder VR at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
- The virtual assistant will be integrated into vehicle dashboards and help answer your questions.
Lookout Mobile Security Vice President Of Consumer Products Sachin Kansal Talks How Businesses And Consumers Can Prepare For 2017Sachin Kansal, vice president of consumer products at Lookout, a San Francisco-based mobile security company, chats with IBTimes on how consumers can protect their account information from hackers and how businesses can prepare for 2017.