Assessing the current climate, we may have reached the age of mobile payments.
His speech was punctuated with "I don't know" and "I haven't thought about it."
During a video interview on Saturday night, whistleblower Edward Snowden spoke about iOS, asylum, and the U.S. government
A third-party service is rumored to have breached Snapchat accounts, and could lead to a massive photo leak on October 12
ComputerCOP is meant to protect children but actually makes families vulnerable
Police can read FireChat communications
What is the government hiding about Stingray use?
But this is true only for information stored on your device, not your iCloud
Civil liberties groups worry about privacy and false identifications
The metadata in your photographs includes a lot on information you may not realize you're sharing
Secretive surveillance makes your calls an open book for the NSA and even local cops
The pictures of celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence were leaked to notorious image sharing site 4chan
The site's co-founder defended its actions in an interview with Newsweek.
Comparing physical and digital searches "is like saying a ride on horseback is materially indistinguishable from a flight to the moon," Chief Justice John Roberts writes
The unanimous 9-0 ruling goes against law enforcement agencies, including the U.S. Department of Justice
Customers consented to the company sending customers' contacts an initial email, but not reminder emails, a judge ruled
Your iPhone gathers information on where you go, and learns about places like your home and your office. Here's how to turn it off