We know not to click on questionable links on our computers. Cybercriminals know we know this, too. That’s why they’re targeting our smartphones.
A new study from Princeton University predicts that Facebook will lose most of its users by 2017.
Homeland Security was called when a man wore Google Glass at a movie theater.
In exchange for convenience, an earlier version of the app made an iPhone owner’s Starbucks account information easily available to anyone who stole the phone.
South Korean officials say 5G is 1,000 times faster than current 4G service and is capable of downloading a movie in 1 second.
An email security firm says it detected what it calls the first hacker attack using home appliances, which sent out more than 750,000 malicious emails.
In 2010, the FCC protected consumers by issuing a ruling on net neutrality. Unfortunately, an appeals court just struck it down. Think this is a topic only a nerd could love? Think again.