The company wants to expand its advertising capabilities and is rumored to be creating a demand-side platform.
A problem with Zoom's installer has left it vulnerable to exploitation on macOS, for months – and issues still persist.
Apple now expects Bay Area employees to be in work on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with an additional day up to teams to decide.
2022 has seen a series of layoffs from the likes of Microsoft, Twitter, and Tesla. We track the latest redundancies in tech.
According to the report, 15 ByteDance employees are still working in Chinese state-backed media.
As part of its major corporate overhaul, Peloton has also let go of 784 workers and closed several branches.
The US Department of State is cracking down on cyber criminals, and released a picture for the first time, to prove it.
The new features, announced this week, are the latest updates to the platform following the Duo-Meet merger.
The hackers were able to gain access to Cisco’s system by duping one of its employees, and allegedly took 2.75GB of data.
As major tech companies are forced to make cuts to personnel, Google employees are anticipating the same fate.
According to Microsoft, Expanded Protection is needed to fix critical security flaws and prevent the potential loss of data.
The escalation of privilege flaw could have caused major problems for Kaspersky and those that use its VPN service.
The popular encrypted cloud service hopes to help small businesses make the most of their cybersecurity budget.
Green bubbles be damned, it's time to make texting work better for everyone, no matter what device you're using.
The new feature will be available worldwide on desktop, web, and mobile, starting this September. Here's what to expect.
Unlike the weird text message phishing scams most of us get, the phishing texts to Twilio employees were tailor-made.
The new application will allow sales teams to centralize all of their customer management efforts around a single app.
The business messaging platform has reset the passwords of accounts belonging to a small proportion of its users.
Twitter claims to be spreading the word because it is "mindful of people with pseudonymous accounts who can be targeted."
The report also found that the U.S. is the main target for cybercriminals.
Aside from addressing 27 critical cyber vulnerabilities, the update improves site speed as well.