Attack Victim Claims Beating Came After Michael Brown Q&A
March 28 2015 3:25 PM EDT
The victim covered his head but never stood up or fought back.
Slack Hacked, Leaving 500,000 User Emails Exposed
March 27 2015 4:02 PM EDT
The infiltration reportedly took place over four days in February, but most users didn't find out until Friday.
Slack Valuation Jumps From $1B To $2B In 5 Months
March 27 2015 10:43 AM EDT
Slack, a growing workplace collaboration tool, is quickly rising up the billionaire startup chain.
It Turns Out Piracy Sites Don't Mind Being Blocked
March 27 2015 10:35 AM EDT
Denmark has blocked torrent sites before, but operators have found unexpected success with the technique.
Tim Cook Will Donate Entire Fortune
March 27 2015 8:59 AM EDT
Apple has become a philanthropic player under Steve Jobs' successor.
Amazon Fires A Shot In The Cloud Storage Pricing Wars
March 26 2015 8:34 PM EDT
The unlimited plan costs $60, or less than most competitors charge for 1 terabyte in the cloud.
Congress Overwhelmingly Agrees On Something: Cybersecurity
March 26 2015 3:04 PM EDT
A rush to protect American businesses from hacking could lead to some grievous privacy implications.
Tech Bigwigs Want Patriot Act Provision to Expire
March 26 2015 9:50 AM EDT
Silicon Valley giants say enough's enough when it comes to bulk collection of American metadata.
Tinder Hack Paired Men With Men
March 26 2015 8:02 AM EDT
A programmer who created a bait profile told the Verge he was inspired after hearing so many Tinder horror stories.
Facebook Rivals YouTube With New Video Player
March 25 2015 4:04 PM EDT
Facebook now sees more than 3 billion video views per day.
Facebook Will Soon Connect Your Home Devices
March 25 2015 4:00 PM EDT
More than a network for human relationships, Facebook wants to control the home, too.
Facebook Messenger Friends Third-Party Apps
March 25 2015 3:05 PM EDT
Facebook is following in the footsteps of Chinese messaging giants Line and WeChat, which have lively app ecosystems.
Fake Employees Infiltrate Apple Stores
March 25 2015 9:21 AM EDT
The only problem with the idea to pose as a retail employee is that it's hardly original.
YouTube To Take On Twitch In Live Gaming
March 25 2015 8:41 AM EDT
Live streaming and video games are hot. YouTube is reportedly relaunching its streaming options with gaming in mind.
Cybersecurity Bills Moving Along, But We're not There Yet
March 24 2015 3:41 PM EDT
Privacy concerns stalled a similar Senate-sponsored bill.
Meet Pokie, The Snuggie For ...
March 24 2015 12:17 PM EDT
In a new Kickstarter project, two sisters are hoping to bring back the Snuggie but for more intimate purposes.
Every 3 Minutes
March 24 2015 8:13 AM EDT
Researchers monitored the Android apps used by 23 random students at Carnegie Mellon and found that they check your location, well, a lot.
India's Apex Court Upholds Free Speech On Internet
March 24 2015 3:36 AM EDT
Several people who posted comments on social media against politicians and the government had been arrested under the law.
FTC Gets Ready To Regulate ‘The Internet Of Things’
March 23 2015 6:14 PM EDT
The agency says it will hire more tech-savvy employees to keep an eye on emerging technologies.
Evolution Is Latest Online Drug Bazaar To Close Without Warning
March 23 2015 4:15 PM EDT
Debuting in January 2014, Evolution grew to become the largest drug cyber-bazaar on the Deep Web, where criminal sites have operated largely without obstruction.