Here's a roundup of the scandals hounding the social media behemoth
Speed tests show a high of 41 Mbps and a low of 1.54 Mbps in terms of download speeds, and two spots that had no signal
This week's cybersecurity roundup features cellphone tracking hacks and bugs, as well as another Facebook data leak due to an entirely different quiz app
'Call of Duty: Black Ops 4' is shaping up to be one of the most talked about FPS games of the year
Eddie Ybañez speaks to Rappler on what MiCab brings to the ridesharing landscape
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) can be regarded as a model for data privacy policies across the world
From Facebook-spread malware to Russia's attempts to divide US society, it's your weekly Cybersecurity Roundup!
We round out some of what we’re expecting to hear about at Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O
On this week's Cybersecurity Roundup, we've got Facebook stalkers, Cambridge Analytica news, and pacemaker security.
Facebook could use its partnerships with news organizations and volunteers to train AI, continually tweaking the system to respond to propagandists’ changes in topics and tactics
The flower-filled waterfall is the work of Japanese collective teamLab, known internationally for their innovative "digital art" that combines projections, sound and carefully designed spaces to create otherworldly, immersive experiences
Assume that users can be negligent and that social engineering techniques are 99% effective, says the hacker formerly among the FBI's most wanted
This year has seen no shortage of affordable midrangers. Allow the F7 to present its case.
We round out some of the neat new features in the revamped Gmail for professionals
Check out this week's Cybersecurity Roundup, which features Amazon Alexa hacks and crackdowns against a major distributed denial of service provider.
Early reviews position the game as an equivalent of a first-year Hogwarts student's first handmade potion: it's likely to have mixed results, and may even feel weird after your first sip
While you may not stop Facebook from showing you ads, you can control whether or not Facebook uses your information to show you ads targeted specifically towards you. Here's a guide to your Facebook advertising preferences!
Technological disruption, class discrimination, sociopolitical tensions – we explore the thematic pillars of Quantic Dream's upcoming sci-fi drama for the PS4
Like the 2016 presidential election in the Philippines, some fear that the suspected bots may be deployed in upcoming polls in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia
From new creatures and weapons to exchanging relentless bloodshed for more contemplatives treks along the woods, join us as we explore 'God of War'
By combining their enormous amounts of flight data and experience, drone-control software applications are poised to quickly become the world’s most experienced pilots
This week's roundup features more Facebook data privacy news, updates on Cambridge Analytica's actions, and a mystery hacker getting unmasked.
Aside from Facebook's struggles, Russia is on its way to blocking messaging app Telegram, while hackers are masking their malware as fake updates for legitimate programs. It's this week's Cybersecurity Roundup!
Santa Monica makes some big and bold changes, injecting it with a dose of maturity, but the bloody charm of the old God of War remains
It’s worth pondering how we, the Facebook-using public, got here
There is no other company that does anything quite like Facebook, which means its platitudes of policing its platform and of taking responsibility for its missteps are filled with hubris
Here are some top quotes from Zuckerberg, as well as from some of the dozens of senators who grilled him on Tuesday, April 10
Join us as we revisit one of the first 3 games in the stylish Devil May Cry series in this HD collection for the PS4!
Facebook takes on plenty of heat for its handling of a data scandal, while Delta Airlines and Sears suffer security breaches due to a malware attack on a third-party service both companies use. It's your cybersecurity roundup for the week!
A kingdom begs to be saved once again in this sequel to the 2013 JRPG classic
Here are four things to know about the company, which says it has 200 million active users
Smarter software presents itself in every corner of the Pixel 2 experience, from its voice assistant to its camera to the way it identifies an incoming call from a number you’ve never seen before
Looking to beat the summer heat with some cool new games to play? Here's a quick list of our video gaming picks for the summer months!
How Cambridge Analytica’s Facebook targeting model really worked – according to the person who built it
Knowing how the model is built helps explain Cambridge Analytica’s apparently contradictory statements about the role – or lack thereof – that personality profiling and psychographics played in its modeling
Here’s why it’s so hard, as a social network user, to pull the plug once and for all
Huawei's new phones carry a 40MP RGB camera and a 20MP monochrome one
Governments should think about and resolve ethical questions in the design of smart cities
Facebook's in the middle of a scandal surrounding user data, while a slip-up by Democratic National Committee hacker Guccifer appears to show he's actually a Russian agent. Here's this week's Cybersecurity Roundup!
Technological progress has made brute-force password-search tools, like 'John the Ripper' extremely effective. As a result, attackers can find passwords fairly easily by following their electronic fingerprints.
On the basis of 300 likes, Michal Kosinski’s model is able to predict someone’s personality profile with the same accuracy as a spouse
Facebook users can ensure companies and app makers don't continue to mine them for data. Here's a guide on how to do so.
In this preview of what may be this year's biggest PS4 game, we explore how Kratos has grown as he faces a challenge bigger than killing Zeus: fatherhood
We round up the rumors and leaks surrounding Huawei’s upcoming flagship set to be unveiled on March 27
According to privacy rights group Privacy International, there have been at least 7 recorded sales of surveillance equipment to the Philippines
Cybercriminals are adapting their moneymaking practices to new technologies, and Intel is adding hardware protections to its processors to add walls against the Spectre and Meltdown issues. It's your weekly Cybersecurity Roundup!
On the annual celebration of Pi Day and on Albert Einstein's birthday, Britain's renowned physicist Stephen Hawking dies. Social media users on Twitter share words of praise in memory of Hawking.
The limited edition PS4 Pro made especially for 'God of War' carries strange markings that have in-game ties
Here's what you'll find inside this P7,699 special set
From massive DDoS attacks to daring heists, here's the cybersecurity news roundup for the week!