The end of an era
Another Yahoo service bites the dust
Bigger and better?
It's the end of an era
The fallout isn’t over. As if going from dot-com darling to afterthought wasn’t unfortunate enough, Yahoo today confirmed data of at least 500 million user accounts...
News broke out on Monday that Verizon, one of the giants of the U.S. telecom industry, is acquiring Yahoo for a small fraction of what it...
And how an iPhone actively protects you
To get rid of Google
The largest one-day loss of any company ever
They "collaborate with the Chinese Communist Party”
Does the P40Pro have the apps that can maximize its hardware?
Get your life back on track!
Doesn't offer end-to-end encryption, leaks personal emails
For now, at least
Companies shouldn't mine it like gold and oil
Will likely come in 2020
Bringing sexy back
Say what you want about the iPhone X, but it’s exceeding expectations before even reaching consumers hands.
Craig Federighi, Senior Vice President of Software Engineering at Apple, went on stage to present the iPhone X’s most polarizing new feature, Face ID — except...
The Polaroid camera is making a comeback with the Snap Touch, and I am giddy with nostalgic excitement.
So, you have the most outrageous passwords you can think of — like [email protected]$oNFir3 or kings4lyf88 — for all your online accounts and keep them all...
Summarizing 2016 is best done by going through the highs and lows — well, mostly lows.
Ah, hackers — the internet’s virus and immune system of sorts. Sometimes, these clever nerds make the connected world and, by extension, the real world a...
Acer, if you haven’t heard, recently held its [email protected] event in New York City, where it showed off a bunch of new laptops, PCs, and mobile...