Sandwiched between a promise to protect Mexico’s election and the announcement of a gaming platform was a notification that a bug had impacted 14 million users.
The law enforcement threats were made by Lime scooters, but the company says new models no longer use the 'anti-theft' feature.
CEO says he is confident Facebook can curb any state-sponsored disruption of November's political races.
Brian Acton's statement came in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
When U.K. authorities turned up at Cambridge Analytica's London office, Facebook auditors were already there.
Facebook: "We’re very sorry this happened."
Many on the right imagine an Oberlin graduate lounging in a bean bag as she happily relegates Breitbart News articles to oblivion.
The flight has been codenamed “It’s Business Time,” thanks to social media.
Developer Qbix says the Calendar 2 application had two separate security bugs.
The FCC ruled the firm's tiny satellites were too small to be adequately monitored, and risked collision with other spacecraft.
Popular profiles @Dory and @CommonWhiteGirl were linked to the spam operation.
If you always wanted a blue check mark on Twitter, you may be in luck.
Speculation is rising Apple will release three new models in 2018.
The social network said it had stopped sharing the survey among users.
The social network will evaluate the "health" of conversations.
High-profile investors, executives and technology founders in Silicon Valley take part in monthly “drug-heavy, sex-heavy” parties.
“Pretty much anyone that’s over a 7 is with us, and anyone under a 3 is a guest," one such woman says on an episode of 'Silicon Valley.'
Naomi Wu is a beautiful Chinese engineer who technically made herself into a cyborg. Some American tech bros can't believe she's real, and they've been harassing her online.
Lawmakers say criminals and hostile governments are exploiting internet loopholes.