Facebook is testing a new feature that will make your messages in Messenger more secure thanks to end-to-end encryption. Law enforcement, criminals, and even Facebook will not be able to intercept these messages.
Those fun animated Live Photos taken with your iPhone are almost free of their iOS prison. Tumblr has become the first website to support online sharing of the pictures, after adding support to its app recently.
Next time you're making a purchase from Amazon, you may want to look closer. A new report from ProPublica suggest the best price isn't always the one shown -- but it might be the one the retailer wants you to buy.
Hewlett Packard has admitted that firmware released to a large number of OfficeJet printers may prevent third-party ink cartridges from working altogether. One company claims the firmware has a scheduled cartridge block that kicked off days…
The latest version of the Opera browser for the desktop includes a VPN feature, allowing users to connect to a foreign server and surf the internet. This hides their true address and enables them to view foreign media.
High-profile Kickstarter failures seem to have diminished consumer confidence in crowdfunding, Fig CEO Justin Bailey thinks public investing should replace donation-based platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Cows -- they're just like us! That is to say, they deserve their privacy, too. At least, that appears to be the stance Google is taking, based on its decision to blur out the face of an English cow on Google Street View.
Conversation AI uses "machine learning to spot the language of abuse and harassment -- with, Jigsaw engineers say, better accuracy than any keyword filter and at a faster speed than any team of human moderators.
Yelp is giving developers a little more access into its service. With the new API, third-party apps integrating with Yelp can pull images and review excerpts. It's all a broader push into having the Yelp app more accessible to…
Indonesia says Google isn't paying the taxes it ought to, and the country wants the search giant to pay up to 5 years of back taxes. That could total out to be more than $400 million -- for 2015 alone.