Less than a day after Apple detailed new efforts in user privacy for its products, Google now says it plans to encrypt user data on all Android devices.
It looks like that leaked Deadpool test footage — and the positive reaction from fans — has dragged the movie back from development hell.
It's been a few weeks since home goods retailer The Home Depot confirmed that it was the victim of a hacker attack that potentially put customer credit card information at risk, and now the company is admitting just how big that breach was.
This shaky video, apparently, is definitive proof of the existence of a legendary Icelandic lake monster known as Lagarfljótsormurinn, or the monster of Lagarfljót.
Above is an original shot from Star Trek: The Original Series episode "Mirror, Mirror." Star Trek was broadcast in the 4:3 television standard, and there's nothing wrong with this shot — it's remastered in high-definition and still looks about as good as possible for a 46-year-old TV episode.
We all now know what happened with the federal healthcare marketplace, Healthcare.gov. The three-year development was complicated by changing specifications, and the government's convoluted procurement process meant entrenched companies were getting contracts over and over.
Larry Ellison, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Oracle, has stepped down from his CEO role.
Twitter updated its iOS app today with a new look for profiles that places additional emphasis on pictures.
This weekend, a handful of Walmarts and Sam's Clubs nationwide will set up kiosks where you can get your face scanned and 3D-printed on a Marvel superhero.
Electronics company Toshiba sees less of a future in traditional PCs than it once did. Earlier today, the company said it plans to restructure and focus on the business market, where it could count on more steady sales.
Lifetime, a network best known for its paint-by-number tragedy films (see: Rob Lowe as Drew Peterson), is making a Christmas movie based on one of the most recognizable internet memes of the last few years.
Please do not trust The Verge dot com. In today's editorial, my former friend and co-worker only by obligation, Ross Miller, claimed his life — and tacitly, your life — would continue if he chose not to purchase a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, and instead continued to use his markedly inferior and aesthetically repulsive iPhone 5S.
The world population doesn't look like it's going to stop growing anytime soon. New research finds that the earth's population count is likely to hit around 10.9 billion in 2100, whereas earlier estimates suggested that it would cap off at closer to 9 billion.
For the first time, iOS users can now purchase bundles that include multiple apps for a single, reduced price.
Under the Patriot Act, the US government can demand information from companies and ask them to keep the order secret, but there's a clever legal feint that can sidestep this: a so-called "warrant canary." Now it appears Apple has sent up the signal.
The ultimate photo shoot: on location in Iceland with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus By Austin Mann As with any smartphone in 2014, there's no more important feature than the camera.
Earlier today, we ran a story about video games that replicate historical moments — from OG educational hits like Oregon Trail to bloody, controversial reenactments like JFK: Reloaded.
Privacy statements are usually pretty dry, boring stuff. There's a lot of vague assurances and a lot of talk about valuing your privacy, which gets boring fast.
Last night Apple made a huge privacy-focused publicity blitz, led by a letter to the public written by CEO Tim Cook.
On the eve of the iPhone 6 pre-orders, I set my alarm for 2:30AM, then went to sleep like a boy on Christmas Eve.