After a sting led to the arrests of 25 men in Florida, the sheriff's department released these dangerous apps from Bumble to Whisper.
"We're sorry to report that sometimes, impulse gets the best of deliverers, and they violate their sacred duty by taking some of the food."
The app asked the girl what she was wearing and asked her age — and when she replied, said she was too old.
FaceApp is a free mobile application available in the App and Google Play stores. Using artificial intelligence, the app creates realistic transformations of faces using various filters and features.
Apps in a section of the Google Play store designed for kids have caused harm by breaking privacy laws, displaying adult content or using manipulative advertising, the FTC complaint alleges.
Developers using uninstall trackers can flood you with ads to reinstall their software.
Some have experienced their alarms not going off, apps closing unexpectedly.
Once downloaded, the programs let operatives use a device's camera and microphone to collect information.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal shows Facebook users need to know which apps have their data.
Developer Qbix says the Calendar 2 application had two separate security bugs.
Plenty of people think all forms of birth control medications should be available over the counter. For a while, that included President Trump.
A Fitbit for lady bits claims to be the 'world's smartest vibrator,' but what do women do with all that data?
A survey of more than 140,000 app users showed how mobile technology fits in people's sex lives, health and education.
A study from Appthority found that enterprise apps are leaving huge amounts of user data exposed and accessible on unprotected servers, an issue known as HospitalGown.
Apps aren't required to declare who they share data with—and when they do, it's often buried in long legal documents that a typical customer won't read, much less understand.
Startups like EarnUp and Self Lender work to help consumers with financial questions and planning while also protecting them by working with regulators.
"We wanted to take the piss out of our tech-obsessed world."
Study finds black passengers wait longer to be picked up and face more frequent cancellations.