Google Creates App That Teaches Adults How To CodeGoogle is now trying to help adults keep up with their tech-savvy kids by introducing an app designed to teach people how to code.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Testifies Before CongressZuckerberg testified to a joint hearing of the Senate Judiciary and Commerce Committees, answering questions about privacy and politics.
How Did Facebook Get Into Trouble?Facebook is under fire for one privacy crisis, but its founders' history has not always helped its cause.
'Congratulations, You Won' Pop Up Scam Infecting iPhones And AndroidsThe new wave of "congratulations" pop-up ads promise prizes like free Amazon gift cards, iPhones, or cash in exchange for clicking on the message or submitting personal information.
Facebook CEO Zuckerberg Is In Washington, Trying To Win Back Public's TrustFacebook users are supposed to start learning whether or not they are one of the 87 million whose data was compromised in the Cambridge Analytica scandal, but so far it doesn't seem like anyone has received a notification.
Best Buy Warns Of Data BreachThe retailer is the latest company, along with Delta Airlines and Sears, to report the cyberattack last fall against a third-party operator of its chat services.
Hidden, Secret Apps Becoming Increasingly Popular Among TeensSomewhere in the depths of your child’s phone could be a lot more than meets the eye. Apps lurking behind the curtains allow kids to have secret conversations with strangers, send private photos and more.
Facebook Tried To Convince U.S. Hospitals To Share Data, Reports ClaimAccording to multiple reports, Facebook sent a doctor to several U.S. hospitals in the hopes of convincing them to share patient data with the social media giant.
Google Employees Demand Company Stop Work On U.S. Military ProjectOver 3,000 employees at Google have signed an open letter to the company's leadership urging them to drop out of the Pentagon's project to equip drones with artificial intelligence.
Up To 87 Million Now Affected In Facebook Privacy ScandalFacebook says as many as 87 million people may have had their data accessed in the Cambridge Analytica scandal — an increase from the 50 million disclosed in published reports.
Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded a Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
You've Probably Been 'Phubbing' And Didn't Even Know ItIt's a phenomenon many find themselves guilty of, especially during meals.