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Cyberhate, Online Harassment Becoming More Common

More and more Americans are reporting instances of online attacks and cyberhate, according to a new YouGov poll. Reviewing the Extent of Online Harassment In many...
Apple under investigation over FaceTime bug

New York State Opens Probe into Apple FaceTime Privacy Breach

The State of New York launched an investigation into Apple in connection with a software glitch that allows iPhone users eavesdrop through the FaceTime...

Apple Announces Disappointing Sales

Apple announces disappointing sales, but beat experts expectations. Apple announced on January 29, 2019, that it delivered earnings of $4.18 per share on revenue...

U.S. Department of Justice Hands Down 30 Indictments Against Huawei

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) issued 23 indictments against Huawei on January 28, 2019. The indictments came the day before trade talks...

Self-Driving Waymo Cars Met with Wrath by Arizona Consumers

According to new reports, Arizonians are not happy with the development of self-driving cars in their state. As a matter of fact, their displeasure...

Is Silicon Valley “Actually Quite Conservative?”

On Thursday, a Democratic pollster suggested that Silicon Valley is not as liberal as most Americans might believe. The Latest Commentary Regarding Silicon Valley During yesterday's...
Marriott

Chinese Hackers behind Massive Cyberattack on Marriott Subsidiary

Chinese hackers suspected to be working for the China’s Ministry of State Security were behind the massive cyberattack on Marriott International’s subsidiary. Last month, Marriott...

Google Expedites Shutdown of Google+ APIs due to Bug Affecting 52.5M Users

Google announced its decision to expedite the shutdown of all Google+ APIs after discovering that a new software bug affecting around 52.5 million users. In...
waymo one

Alphabet’s Waymo One Self-Driving Taxi Service Now Available in Arizona

Waymo, formerly known as the Google self-driving car project, launched its autonomous taxi service in Arizona. On Wednesday, Waymo CEO John Krafcik announced the launching...
Oath Settles Aol Violations

Verizon’s Oath Settles AOL’s Violation of Children’s Online Privacy for $4.95M

Oath, a Verizon subsidiary that manages a number of media, technology, and communication brands, agreed to pay $4.95 million to settle AOL's alleged violation...

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U.S. Transportation Department Orders Audit of Boeing 737-Max 8 Certification

The U.S. Department of Transportation directed its Inspector General to perform an audit of Boeing 737 Max 8 certification from the Federal Aviation Administration’s...