Fraudsters had access to over 270,000 unique accounts, charging as little as $1.79 for access to Netflix, Spotify and others.
The Health Service Executive first noticed the attack early this Friday morning. Multiple hospitals are seeing delays.
The foldable phone has two screens, for twice the productivity. Or twice the procrastination, whichever sounds more likely.
Bitcoin's valuation has dropped around 12% in the last 24 hours.
Amazon's smart displays now offer better cameras than ever at the lowest prices yet.
Running local ads and updating Google My Business through Lightspeed has never been easier.
Brands may soon be running dedicated stores on the video platform, earning TikTok dozens of billions a year.
Under new terms, Facebook gains access to WhatsApp data including phone numbers, mobile device info, and transaction data.
The new marketing tool allows customers to engage with an email, rather than needing to click a link.
You could be exposing your home address with every tip you send.
Nearly 100 gigabytes of data were locked and held for ransom.
Microsoft Teams receives yet another update, this time aimed at helping students learn to read more when not in class.
CEO Sundar Pichai said that 60% of employees will adapt a hybrid plan of office work three days a week.
A new study revealed the most commonly used passwords of 2020, most of which can be hacked in less than a second.
The Oversight Board decided that the ban would be upheld, at least for the next six months.
The gift card and loyalty company will make ecommerce on Wix that much more comprehensive and effective.
The company urges users to install the update immediately, as the vulnerabilities are quite serious.
The bill fines social media platforms $25,000 for permanent politician bans, up to $250,000 if they are running for office.
Verizon will retain a 10% stake in the company, with CEO Guru Gowrappan helming the new Yahoo.
Video conferencing is finally getting added, but with all the criticisms Telegram has faced, can you trust it with your data?
The new package works across two separate devices, and also features a password changer and Secure Notes. But is it worth it?