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Instagram and Grindr stored images on their servers that were accessible without authentication
Google is building its own shopping empire by pulling together several services and its massive amount of data.
The tech industry isn't all about changing the world. Sometimes it's about knock-down, drag-out fights.
The network's power users are panicking over possible changes to Twitter's core experience, but change can be good.
Chrome 37 brings the more refined look of Android L to any Android device.
It's the latest initiative by the company to help its members make sure they're not over-sharing on the social networking site.
Whether you're storing old tax returns or the occasional naughty photo, some files deserve some extra security. Here's how to keep them private.
By purchasing RideScout and the maker of the mytaxi app, the automotive giant could become a stronger competitor to the likes of Lyft and Uber.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo explains why you see unfamiliar tweets in your timeline.
The encryption and ephemerality of apps like Snapchat and Wickr could be safer than cloud storage.
Amazon Wallet is just the latest service looking to help you pay for things on the go. But where does it fit in with the other major players looking to manage your digital wallet?
Sit back and wait for everyone to applaud your excellent taste in TV and film.
Contrary to Internet rumors, Facebook says that its Messenger app isn't really spying on you.
Filmmaker and artist Miranda July is changing up the way we send messages.