Plus, more details on the Facebook hack, and Sonos considers adding Roku's voice assistant to its speakers.
Keep your friends close and your breach victims closer.
The company knew about the security flaw potentially exposing personal data since March but didn't disclose it for more than half a year.
Attack on Shopper Approved was done by the same hacking group that stole info from Ticketmaster UK, NewEgg and British Airways, researchers say.
Plus, we preview Google's Pixel event and talk about more denials of Bloomberg's spy story.
The company sends a letter in response to a Bloomberg report published last week.
The new justice could decide on issues such as net neutrality and online privacy in the years to come.
Many experts believe a proper fix for election security won't come until at least 2021.
Thank you, Capt. Hindsight.
The Intra app is designed to take on techniques used by governments to censor the internet.
But agents couldn’t unlock it again with a password.
There's no safe harbor here.
Security researchers found a problem with Apple products handed out by work and school organizations.
So they probably won't like the legislation members of Congress seem to be crafting.
If you can't beat 'em, influence 'em.
The proposal will likely shape how federal lawmakers draft any future legislation on privacy.
Virobot infects devices and then forces them to spread malware via email.
Press F to pay respects.
The new camera will cost $180.
The video speaker setup isn't as embarrassing to have in your home anymore.
We walk through all the rumors, from microwaves to subwoofers and a new Echo Dot.
This comes after more than 18 months of already helping the FBI stop cyberattacks.
Even the FBI and your local police can't agree on who you should contact first.
Special guest Shara Tibken is here to break down the Apple products. Also: A look at bomb shelters for the apocalypse.
If things go nuclear, break the bank for a bunker.