A bitcoin wallet attached to the site has already received donations worth more than $87,000.
The South Korean electronics giant is reportedly following the iPhone maker's lead in abandoning the headphone jack on its smartphones.
The new software makes it possible for people to scan faces on their phones.
Since launching in February this year, Tress has attracted 50,000 users from more than 90 countries.
Hacker hacks hacker who hacked the San Francisco Municipal Railway system.
The Asoriba app was selected by Seedstars World as Africa’s best startup of 2016.
The authors claim the findings illustrate the threat to democracy that disinformation poses.
But McAfee tells Newsweek he would not be Trump's cyber chief if offered the role.
Privacy advocates warn that amendment to Digital Economy Bill is "unprecedented."
Physicist says we won't survive "without escaping beyond our fragile planet.”
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warns silent cars are threat to pedestrian safety.
The website also apologized for Brexit and England's woeful Euro 2016 performance.
Apple is reportedly planning its own version of the wearable device.
Branson's supersonic passenger plane Boom promises 3.5 hour flights between London and New York.
WhatsApp is seeking to push Skype and FaceTime into the shadows with the new function.