"The vast majority of mental health and prayer apps are exceptionally creepy," says Jen Caltrider, lead on the analysis.
Sure, the new tool is capped at 1GB of traffic per month, but on the other hand, it's completely free.
Fidelity Investments has made the cryptocurrency available to investors and the Labor Department is concerned about the risk.
Google is expanding its malicious link warning to Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Google Slides for added protection.
Additionally, more and more employees are willing to take a pay cut if they can keep their remote work policy intact.
Wix's new partnership with LegalZoom allows users to launch a business and create a website on one platform.
Victims of double extortion tactics are losing out even more, claim researchers at Check Point
Microsoft, Proxyshell, and Atlassian bugs are all named in the list, which comes directly from US agencies.
The tech giant behind some of the world's favorite workplace apps has launched another time-saving feature.
Stormous, a Russian-linked hacking group, claims to have successfully ripped data from Coca-Cola's servers.
The change is likely to irk many of Zoom's free users, who will be forced to upgrade to a paid Zoom plan or switch providers.
Users will be told what their data will be used for and if it will be shared with third parties.
The funds will go towards building more secure US energy delivery systems through AI, analysis, and anomaly detection.
The store opening in May will include a Portal device demo area and an "interactive Quest 2 display wall."
Under the deal, Musk will provide $25.5 billion in loans and $21 billion in personal equity. So what's going to change?
The tool will be made available to all ExpressVPN users in the third quarter of the year.
Thanks to the landmark case, compensation payments will now be available to roughly 150 million Zoom users.
According to screenshots obtained from Telegram, Lapsus$ used T-Mobiles own tools to access private company information.
Amid warnings from multiple US government departments, researchers have observed attacks orchestrated by threat group Hive.
With 24% of all North American jobs now remote, it's become increasingly difficult for pro-office bosses to stem the tide.
According to the company's product roadmap, the app will be available soon.