Research from German security firm G Data reveals that the U.S. hosts more malicious websites than any other country in the world, representing a clear threat to Internet users who may find themselves duped.
Google did a bang-up job keeping its users safe in 2015, by scanning more than 400 million handsets a day and keeping a vigilant eye on its Play Store, making sure that no more than 0.15 percent of all users experienced some form of…
The popular business review site Yelp just announced it now allows users to directly contact businesses to get quotes on a wide range of services. The new feature also lets users see response times and rates for each business.
Next month ESPN will officially launch The Undefeated, a new multimedia platform focusing on the role of race and culture in sports, featuring daily video content, a weekly podcast, and original reporting.
The New York Police Department wants legislation that would weaken encryption and allow access into criminal's phones for investigations. But a new poll found that Americans trust tech companies more than the government to keep their data…
Meet Matty Mo, an LA-based artist known better by his monicker -- "The Most Famous Artist." His latest project involved selling money for money -- as art. Mo listed a series of 10 art objects for sale, each for $5,000. And they all sold
BlackBerry CEO John Chen writes the company has stood by "lawful access principles," after a report revealed the company assisted Canadian police in solving a gang-related case, decrypting about one million PIN-to-PIN messages for the RCMP.