YouTubers have had their channels taken over after falling prey to a phishing scam. Get all the details and learn what you can do to spot a fake.
"We know that the more we connect, the more we have to protect. As we conduct more of our lives online, protecting our conversations is more important than ever," the company said in a blog post.
The mobile application is reportedly being fed data collected by China's vast monitoring apparatus, which is known to retain large amounts of personal information on citizens.
In recent history, societies have become wealthier, healthier and more democratic but also more secular, more open and more tolerant.
"The Kim regime has developed a model for using and exploiting the internet that is unique—it is a nation run like a criminal syndicate," the Recorded Future report said.
"Please prove us wrong," read the final tweet in the thread from OSET.
"Most Americans feel like the political parties have been playing you-lose-I-lose for years and you know who has been losing the entire time? We have," Yang said during the Friday Democratic debate.
Forget about all those special characters and the cute personal cues you think only you can figure out. If you really want to keep fraudsters at bay, do this instead.
"I'm reading some headlines from newspapers about Pete Buttigieg," Sanders said. "Which side are you on?"
"The cybercriminals behind this campaign can use the affected device to post fake positive reviews in favor of the malicious apps as well as perform ad fraud techniques," researchers said.
A new scheduling software is revolutionizing the way businesses manage their day-to-day operations.
"This seems like a fair amount of attempts to regulate the internet - a mix of wishful thinking and woeful misunderstanding," one IT academic told Newsweek.
Although there is no evidence suggesting that the Iowa caucuses were hacked, the app used to report results was vulnerable to hacks that could have altered vote totals and changed passwords.
More than a decade removed from "American Idol," Adam Lambert is still going strong. But the singer tells Newsweek why he is not chasing chart success, as well as talking about the U.S. election.
China's Computer Virus Emergency Response Center says malware was found to be circulating via email and the social networking platform WeChat. Experts say it may only get worse.
Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg claimed early victory in the Iowa caucus for a second time, after early results showed him in the lead with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Shadow Inc., the Hillary Clinton-tied digital firm responsible for the failing Iowa Democratic caucus mobile app is under national scrutiny -- but they are also hiring.
"The app is supposed to make it more secure, have fewer errors and make communication happen faster. None of that occurred last night," Michael Turner, an election security expert, told Newsweek.
"We are competing in the space...it's very difficult to discuss anything about the price at this point of time," CFO of Sony Hiroki Totoki said of the cost of PS5.
"Overwatch" players can finally share replays and experiment on console. A new Developer Update discusses the Experimental Card and Hero Pool.
The coronavirus has affected production of Nintendo hardware in China. Learn all about that and more in the company's last financial report of 2019.
In response to the new emoji, one comedian said: "Huge day for us Italian-Americans. This will undo Jersey Shore."
Residents in Los Angeles and San Diego shared footage of a bright light trail across the sky, which many have claim to be a meteor.
The "dunes" can be found at an altitude of around 62 miles in the upper part of an atmospheric layer known as the mesosphere.
Users are reporting outages for Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides, while Google itself has acknowledged "service disruptions" among their G Suite services. Here's how to get status updates.
The bill would add six emoji to the list of allowable symbols on the state's license plates.
Since 2005, 1.6 billion records have been compromised, which is nearly five times the size of the U.S. population
Photograph IDs, phone numbers and home addresses were allegedly among records found in a trove of data left online without password protection. The database was allegedly exposed for over a month.
After spending three hours in a demon-filled hellscape in "Doom Eternal," I want to go back to the fiery depths as soon as possible. Read our latest gameplay impressions.