Forget cookies. America's Girl Scouts are learning to pick locks and hack computers as an inside track toward careers in science and tec
Mark Zuckerberg is making bank on your information.
There's a sneaky bit of malware going around.
Facial recognition is increasingly used to search for criminals in crowds, but it's got an awful false-positive problem.
A bug caused some passwords to be stored in plain text.
It beats leaving them on your porch for people to steal.
It's time to take back your number.
Yeah, it's that good.
If you want to tailor a Facebook ad to a single user out of its universe of 2.2 billion, you could.
Facebook's definition of what belongs to you is designed to suit its needs, not your privacy.
How a clever trick can hide your username inside any text you copy.
You can protect yourself from some of Facebook's worst tendencies without cutting it out of your life entirely.
On one hand, virtual worlds hold almost limitless potential—including the potential for great evil.
How to steal 143 million customer records without anybody noticing.
You can still get in on the cryptocurrency craze. But first, make sure you want to.
Additional consumers only had their names and a partial driver's license number stolen.
One user tried to make off with $20 trillion in Bitcoin during the confusion.
There's no surefire way, a handful of precautions help keep your hardware under your control.
From wear and tear, or Nicolas Cage.
Keep your work and your personal life separate.
Don't click the links in any sketchy emails.
More bad news for the GPS tracking company.
It also says one of them is still alive.
You're in trouble whether you use it or not.
The Wi-Fi Alliance will be rolling out the new standard by the end of the year.