Wednesday is International Women's Day, and Flickr is celebrating by presenting a collection of shots from female photographers. Here are just a few of them from the campaign's first two featured photographers.
Wednesday's Google Doodle celebrates the individuals (who just so happen to be female) who have contributed to the progress of the world. Google says that it's "supporting efforts to close the gender gap in tech and other fields."
The CIA may have embarked on an effort to hack iPhones, but Apple said many of the exploits were patched in the latest version of iOS. That doesn't mean iOS users are out of the woods, but it's some comfort in light of the revelations.
Love British TV? Then a new video-on-demand service called BritBox may appeal. It's just launched in the U.S. and costs $7 a month. Offerings include a mix of classic and recent content, and you can try it out for free.
Mozilla released version 52 of its Firefox browser. It now includes a warning when users click in a non-secure username or password field. The updated browser also no longer supports NPAPI-based plugins, but Flash is still allowed.
Pinterest is giving its Chrome browser extension an artificial intelligence upgrade. The plug-in now comes bundled with the platform’s visual search tool, essentially allowing users to scan online images to find similar items.
Monday marked the 105th anniversary of the Oreo cookie and to celebrate the longevity of your favorite chocolate sandwich snack, the brand performed a wacky milk-dunk stunt in New York City using five "cookie drones."