Following the breach that exposed 29 million users, Facebook attempts to shore up its online defenses
The university, led by AMBERLab's efforts, seeks to offer blockchain-related electives by January 2019
This marks the first time it's been asserted these new foldable phones will run on a 5G network
Around 320 million people signed up for social media since September last year which accounted for a 10% growth in users
The blog’s launch comes amid new research that claims interaction with false news sites have declined more than half since the 2016 US election
Europe is trying to devise a strategy to tax profits from the likes of Google, Amazon, Facebook, Apple and digital platforms such as YouTube and Airbnb
Britain's former deputy prime minister Nick Clegg says Facebook faces complex issues such as 'the balance between free speech and prohibited content'
The event will likely announce new iPads or Macs, as the company recently revealed a lineup of new iPhones
The row shines a light on an issue that has become pressing in democracies: the organized abuse of social media to sway public opinion in countries
Tumblr says the it found 'no evidence that this bug was abused, and there is nothing to suggest that unprotected account information was accessed'
People familiar with the company's internal investigation say Facebook doesn't think the hack was done by a nation-state
The proposal asks that Zuckerberg be removed as chairman, and make the position independent from his role as CEO
Facebook is ordered to provide identity theft and phishing insurance to Filipino hacking victims
Data gleaned from Portal use could, technically, be used in ads on Facebook-owned services, but it's unclear if the company will go ahead and do so
The update makes 'low quality sites' which copy other news sites’ content appear less prominently on the platform
(UPDATED) Following a review, the Philippine Competition Commission slaps Grab with a fine of P12 million and Uber with P4 million for causing 'undue difficulties' to the review
(UPDATED) YouTube declares at 11 am that the site and its services have been restored
The names, photos, personal messages, and access tokens for accounts using Donald Daters are exposed
Without going into specifics, Radionomy CEO Alexandre Saboundjian says Winamp 6 will have the 'legacy of Winamp but a more complete listening experience'
The decline in Facebook digital consumption includes Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp
Facebook will also be banning misrepresentations of how to vote, and statements misrepresenting the facts on whether a vote will be counted in the upcoming elections
Called LYNA, the AI is able to identify notoriously hard-to-detect metastatic tumors, say Google researchers
The most expensive variant is just about P2,500 away from breaching the P100,000 mark
Paul Allen died just two weeks after publicly revealing that non-Hodgkin's lymphoma he fought into remission 9 years ago had returned
(UPDATED) Soon, Grab riders will be able to watch people in motion and yummy dishes while enduring the traffic
The enhanced augmented reality (AR) mode comes to Android after being released in December 2017 for iOS
The feature, if it gets rolled out, allows you to remove a message within a set time window after it was sent
With YouTube replacing Disney as the most-loved brand among young children in the US, and streaming giants encouraging binge viewing, a whole generation risk being brought up on cultural junk food, kids television program makers say
Facebook says the hackers accessed the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of 15 million users. For another 14 million people, the attack was potentially more damaging.
Singapore-based BK Global Consortium bought a 50% stake plus one share in Bithumb, the country's biggest virtual currency exchange, from shareholder BTC Holdings for about $353 million
The NPC notes that, 'had ABS-CBN insisted its third-party developer to use multi-factor authentication earlier, the site would not have been compromised'
Instead of being labeled 802.11ax, it will now simply be called WiFi 6, with future standards being called WiFi 7, 8, and so forth
Updates presented as improving the security of the printer were actually meant to disable the use of third-party ink cartridges
Facebook removes 559 pages and 251 accounts that consistently violated rules against spam and 'coordinated inauthentic behavior'
Atlas, Boston Dynamics' bipedal humanoid robot, learns some new tricks
Stardew Valley developer Eric Barone says this will be a full version of the single-player game, adjusted for touch controls including tweaks to the user interface
Microsoft hopes its move to support the Open Invention Network 'will attract many other companies to OIN, making the license network even stronger for the benefit of the open source community'
The senator takes a jab at blockchain with his very own token
You may now order at McDonald's with a bit less personal interaction, if that's your thing
The phone officially becomes available on October 18
Soon, you'll be able to change your PSN ID – a godsend if you regret the name you chose for your account when you were younger and far less mature
He doesn't say if it will be called PlayStation 5
Attackers exploit a vulnerability in an old technology to take control of Whatsapp accounts
In its July decision, Brussels accuses Google of using the Android system's huge popularity on smartphones and tablets to promote the use of its own Google search engine and shut out rivals
The move comes after Facebook also increased anti-harassment measures, following a survey which said young victims of online abuse feel social media firms aren't doing enough to fight the problem
Online, dislike for the notch is resurrected as Google's new phone launches
Its 'Call Screen' feature is essentially a smart answering machine for the mobile generation
Meet the Home Hub, Pixel Slate and the Pixel 3
With the new technology, Microsoft aims to provide console and PC gamers more flexibility as to where they can play their games