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An obscured screen may not be enough to keep prying eyes from stealing your passcode.
Facebook and the Manhattan DA's office are fighting over demands for the contents of hundreds of accounts, The New York Times reports.
An app-only booking company has added keyless room entry and mobile check-in features for hotel guests.
A glitch in its customer checkout systems caused delays and long lines at some Target stores across the country Sunday night, the company said.
AT&T confirms attackers, allegedly employees of one of AT&T's service providers, stole personal information in its Mobility wireless unit.
What do Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking, two of the great minds of our time fear? The rise of the machines. Their warnings are chilling.
Microsoft and Google have agreed to add a "kill switch" to the next versions of their operating systems for smartphones.
The Supreme Court unanimously upheld the patentability of software Thursday, but raised the bar on what types of software are protected.
The FBI has been investigating a wave of so-called denial-of-service, or DDoS attacks, against web start-ups. The New York Times reports.
Quirky is setting up a separate company, Wink, whose main technology is software helping seamlessly connect automated home devices.
When do threatening comments made on social media sites cross the line into criminal activity? The USAToday reports.
BAE Systems Applied Intelligence says a large hedge fund was the victim of a sophisticated cyberattack in late 2013 before it was thwarted.
Jules Yap might be Ikea's biggest fan, but the owner of a site that shows users how to modify Ikea furniture, is in conflict with the chain.
British spies can legally monitor its citizens' Facebook, Twitter and Google activities, the U.K.'s top counter-terrorism chief said.
The U.K.'s spy agency will share highly classified data with some of the U.K.'s top firms to tackle the threat from state-backed hackers.
The Thai army will send officials to Singapore and Japan to seek censorship from Facebook, Google and instant messenger service Line, a delegate said.
After hackers played several high-profile pranks with electronic highway signs, the U.S. government advised operators to tighten security.
Cybercrime is costing the global economy hundreds of billions of dollars every year and the price is continuing to rise, according to a report.
Mobile device manager MobileIron is set to give public market investors a chance to bet on the future of the company.
International companies remain blasé about the threat of cyberattacks, despite a number of high-profile breaches, according to a survey.
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To enter NYC, Lyft cut a deal with the taxi commission that eliminated the one thing that distinguished it from its rivals.
The deal shouldn't concern Realtors, but it could impact the National Association of Realtors, Collingwood Group's Tim Rood said.
"Our goal is to get as close to the experience the surfer is having," says the head of a pro surfing organization.