540 million Facebook user records left exposed online
Third-party developers failed to secure servers holding private data.
Facebook’s new sign-up feature resembles a phishing attack
Social media site plans to discontinue practice after outcry.
Woman hospitalized immediately after start of e-scooter pilot program
The 62-year-old received stitches after crashing at an e-scooter event.
Reddit wants you to help make a crowdsourced GIF movie
Reddit launches annual social experiment for April Fools' Day.
Facebook wants to answer the question, ‘Why am I seeing this post?’
Discover why that random video keeps appearing in your feed.
What does the EU’s Copyright Directive mean for the future of the internet?
Will the EU's controversial new legislation result in a 'meme ban'?
Man pleads guilty to stealing over $100 million from Facebook, Google
Lithuanian national could serve up to 30 years in U.S. prison.
How to mute Twitter’s suggested tweets on your timeline
Block some of Twitter's annoying features with just a few steps.
Your Asus computer might have a secret backdoor
An estimated one million computers are affected by newly discovered 'ShadowHammer' attack.
Netflix is testing a cheap-as-hell mobile-only plan
Users in India will pay just $3.62 per month during trial period.
Google celebrates Bach with AI-powered, music-making doodle
The doodle will be available in 77 countries for two days.
Hundreds of millions of Facebook passwords were accessible to employees
Company employees had access to plaintext passwords for at least seven years.
How to know if someone blocked you on Snapchat
Sometimes that Snapchat friend of yours decides it's time to part ways.
Google to launch ‘Stadia’ cloud gaming service this year
Users can play from their browser, phone, or tablet, removing the need for a gaming computer or console.
Was Beto O’Rourke an infamous hacker? No
The Texas politician belonged to an infamous hacking group, but wasn't hacking in the way you think.