Special counsel Robert Mueller indicts 13 Russian nationals and the Internet Research Agency for a campaign of fake news and trolling during the 2016 election.
Pandora Premium, which lets subcribers listen to specific songs, is getting a website to accompany its app presence.
Both the US and the UK attributed last year’s NotPetya attack to the Russian military. The Trump administration said the attack would be met with "international consequences."
The investor who made a massive bet on Facebook thought about exiting over national politics, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Bitcoin and its brethren have earned a reputation for fast returns on investment, but they're vehicles for exploitation too.
At the Senate Intelligence Committee’s annual "Worldwide Threats" hearing, the top US intelligence agencies put technology front and center.
We discuss Verizon's new phone locking policy, hacking at the Olympics, and break down blockchain for you.
The courtroom battle over whether Uber stole technology related to self-driving cars came to an abrupt end on Friday morning.
The company takes down crucial iPhone source code for iOS 9 posted on Github, but the code was up long enough to cause security concerns.
What the Google-Nest reunion means for Amazon and the war over smart assistants. Also: a new way to watch the Winter Olympics.
Cybercriminals are moving on from bitcoin. The next cryptocurrency to emerge from the dark web will likely be litecoin, researchers say.
US attorneys charge 36 people who allegedly maintained one of the largest online criminal organizations ever.
On today's podcast, we talk about Facebook earnings, Twitter bots, home security for your internet of things gadgets, and Intel drones.
Researchers discover a botnet, called JenX, linked to a hacking group that also hosts servers for Grand Theft Auto mods.
Security executives are pushing out easy cybersecurity solutions for the average person. The hard part will be getting people to pay for it.
Researchers at Kaspersky Lab find that a quarter of Android malware used porn as the bait.
We talk about Apple's iPhone X sales, and how its camera stacks up against Samsung's Note 8 and the company's battery problems.
From a flashlight app that actually stole your money to a fake WhatsApp that millions of people downloaded, it’s been a busy year for Google's security team.
Think twice about using Tinder on public Wi-Fi. A security firm says the dating app uses insecure encryption that could let hackers snoop on your activity.
An analyst predicts Apple will kill off the original iPhone X once the second-generation model hits stores.
Research by Ernst & Young indicates that hackers stole about $400 million from 372 initial coin offerings over the last two years.
Federal government arms like the Justice Department and embassies around the world have tweeted different forms of "away" messages.
The social network really, really wants to be a "source for democratic good." The trick will be making that happen.
These 20 cities have made the cut for Amazon’s new headquarters. We take a look at how they’ve tried to sweet-talk the massive company.
Facebook, Google and Twitter explain during a Senate committee hearing what they're doing to stop propaganda from spreading during the midterm elections.
We look at the strained relationship between tech companies and legal marijuana shops. Also, VR might have found a solution to one of its biggest annoyances.