When you're using incognito or private browsing mode on Safari, Internet Explorer or Chrome, your browsing history might not be as anonymous as you think, according to two researchers.
University of Central Florida kicker Donald De La Haye was ruled ineligible Monday after he refused to shut down or demonetize his popular YouTube channel.
Wikileaks published a searchable archive of more than 21,000 emails associated with the presidential campaign of Emmanuel Macron Monday morning, along with more than 50,000 additional unique emails it could not “verify.”
Ohio State Fair officials say ride attractions at the park’s midway will reopen for “normal operations” Sunday after a mid-ride malfunction killed one 18-year-old man and injured seven others last week.
Honolulu will ban pedestrians from crossing the street while looking at their smartphones in an attempt to curb “distracted walking" and "smartphone zombies."
Facebook is providing the initial funding for a Harvard-based initiative, Defending Digital Democracy, which aims to protect U.S. political parties, voting networks and election information providers from hackers and propaganda.
President Trump said CEO Tim Cook told him that Apple would build “three big plants – big, big, big” in the near future.
A Muslim minority group in the Chinese province of Xinjiang must install spyware apps on their phones to enable the government to detect “terrorist and illegal religious” content.
John McAfee, the eccentric computer programmer and founder of his namesake cybersecurity company, has run into some Twitter troubles with his wife, Janice (née Dyson).
Despite “fake news” dominating headlines and President Donald Trump’s tweets, fact-checking website Snopes.com says it’s in financial trouble and may shut down without crowdfunding help.
WebMD’s stock has jumped nearly 20 percent as the medical news and health information website agreed to a $2.8 billion deal to be purchased by private equity firm KKR & Co.
Snooty, the world’s oldest manatee, died in what is being viewed as a “heartbreaking accident” Sunday at the age of 69 at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton, Florida.
U.S. Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has won 23 gold medals in the pool but he will take on a great white shark for the opening night event of Shark Week 2017 on Sunday night.
Niantic promised a “legendary” experience for this weekend’s first-ever Pokemon Go Fest in Chicago, but Wi-Fi problems and long wait lines derailed the event as thousands of players were issued ticket refunds.
In response to the auction of lunar rocks, a group called For All Moonkind wants the U.N. to help prevent the commercialization of space.
Increasingly lifelike robots attempt to mimic both the physical and mental reactions of humans, but several new advertisements for such sex dolls allow for “reserved and shy” settings that encourage rape.
Baltimore rapper and anti-violence community organizer Tyree Colion is recovering from being stabbed in the neck – a bloody and violent scene that he broadcast the aftermath of on Facebook Live.
A Knightscope robot security guard tasked with patrolling the Georgetown Waterfront shopping area in Washington, D.C. apparently rolled into a fountain and drowned itself Monday.
Netflix stock shares jumped 9 percent Monday to $176.2 after the closing trading bell, sparked in part by the streaming giant’s announcement that it added more than 5 million new subscribers internationally this quarter.
Conservative groups supporting the FCC’s potential move to gut net neutrality rules claim that millions of pro-net neutrality comments are "fake" and from Russian, German and Pornhub-tied origins.
A “routine” cataract surgery in England uncovered nearly 30 contact lenses stuck together in two separate chunks in a 67-year-old British woman’s eye.
The Airbnb host of a Big Bear, California mountain cabin has been ordered to pay $5,000 and take a course in Asian-American studies after canceling a guest’s reservation using a racist comment.
Webcam website CamSoda is encouraging men to take an establishing shot of their penis, collectively known as a dick pic, to use in place of a password.
The "monkey see, monkey sue" PETA case heard arguments in San Francisco's 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday.
A Manhattan judge ordered Tumblr to release the names of more than 500 anonymous site users who viewed or shared the revenge porn video.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief is challenging scientists to engage in a televised debate in which they defend climate change as a serious threat to the planet.
Nevada’s governor and the state’s department of taxation have issued a “state of emergency” to create a structure for recreational marijuana regulations.
A U.S. Military DARPA program is putting $65 million into the creation of an implantable device providing data-transfer bandwidth between human brains and the digital world.
Snapchat’s stock price has fallen below its IPO for the first time amid speculation that the company won’t grow as quickly as expected and amid. This comes just ahead of the lockup period at the end of the month in which insiders can begin selling their shares.
Want to have more control over your Twitter notifications? A new feature rolled out Monday by the social media giant allows users to mute accounts that don’t follow you, were just created and several other customized options.