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Aggressive sales tactics can make it harder for overworked cybersecurity execs to find and stop real threats.
Kevin Delaney, Quartz editor-in-chief, and Michal Lev-Ram, Fortune senior writer, join 'The Exchange' to discuss the departure of Facebook executives and what it indicates about Mark Zuckerberg's goals for Facebook.
If you're having trouble filing your tax return by the deadline, get a six-month extension. IRS Form 4868 takes about five minutes to complete.
SenseNets, a Chinese company that makes facial recognition technology which is used by the government in Beijing, says Microsoft is a partner. But Microsoft says it has no connection with the controversial firm.
America's top two defense officials slammed Google's work with China on Thursday saying it has "indirectly benefited" Beijing's military.
Alex Stamos, NBC News cybersecurity analyst and former Facebook chief security officer, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how social media companies are fighting the threat of fake news to India's upcoming election.
U.S. Ambassador Richard Grenell sent a letter to Germany's Economy Minister last week warning of security concerns linked to Huawei's role in building 5G infrastructure.
In Dubai, technology is changing the way levels of satisfaction are measured.
Thirty years ago, the World Wide Web was born. But over the next 30 years, it needs to be "changed for the better," according to its inventor Tim Berners-Lee.
Ambassador Richard Grenell wrote a letter to the economics minister urging Berlin to not allow Huawei to provide 5G infrastructure, the WSJ says.
Single sign-on giant Citrix is down 3 percent on news the FBI is investigating a cyber-intrusion.
Facebook says one page in the U.K. was followed by about 175,000 users, while an Instagram account had gained 4,500 followers.
Huawei filed a lawsuit on Thursday claiming that a ban on U.S. government agencies buying its telecommunication equipment is unconstitutional. Wang Yi, China's top diplomat, said Beijing supports Huawei's legal move.
U.S. technology companies asked their Taiwanese suppliers to shift production of some components out of mainland China on fears that Beijing could be spying on them using power cords and plugs, reported Nikkei Asian Review.
Congressman Will Hurd (R-Texas) joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the Equifax and Marriott hearing today and what we can learn from the incident. He also weighs in on the border emergency.
CEOs of Equifax and Marriott testified Thursday in a Senate hearing on private-sector data breaches