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The photo and video sharing service is deleting fake and spam accounts, resulting in sharp drops in the number of followers listed for top celebrities and brands.
The man is accused of picking up a young woman in Boston on Dec. 6 while presenting himself as the driver for a ride-sharing service.
The hack at Sony underscores the need for more secure online communication systems. That is, if people are willing to use them.
Iowa's plan to introduce a smartphone app for electronic driver's licenses comes with a host of data security and privacy challenges.
The popular ride-hailing start-up said it would add more tools and safety programs to improve the company's screening of its drivers.
After some miscues and failed experiments, BlackBerry is getting back on track with the BlackBerry Classic, a throwback device that combines modern amenities with the keyboard and power features its users love.
The latest gaming consoles can do more than ever. So it shouldn't be much of a surprise that their electrical consumption is going up as well.
T-Mobile USA said on Tuesday that it would allow customers to roll their unused mobile Internet data into the next month's phone bill.
The number of Europeans who regularly use the Internet has doubled, to 65 percent of the 28-bloc’s 500 million inhabitants, since 2006, though there remains large differences in Internet usage within the 28-member bloc.
Concern about technology — the printing press, the steam engine or the computer — supplanting humans is not new. But this time may be different.
The new companies who recently agreed to work with the service include SunTrust, USAA and Staples. Ten more banks, including TD Bank North America and Commerce Bank, will back the new form of payment on Tuesday.
China, the No. 2 market for digital advertising, has become so important to marketers that Alibaba and Baidu, two Chinese companies that operate almost entirely within their home country, have become two of the largest ad sellers in the world.
The hail-a-ride start-up responds to concerns that it does not handle its rider data seriously enough.
A class-action suit nearly a decade in the making has finally headed to the jury room in a federal court in Oakland, Calif.
A broad array of organizations in technology, media and other fields — including Apple, Amazon, National Public Radio and Fox News — rallied behind Microsoft's effort to block American authorities from seizing a customer's emails stored in Ireland.
It will take a while for the Chinese phone maker to catch up to Apple and Samsung.
Aspiring big data software companies find themselves training, advising and building pilot projects for their customers — acting far more as services companies than they hope to be eventually.
With the police cordoning off part of Sydney, Australia, over a hostage-taking on Monday, many who were stranded in the area were forced to pay roughly four times the normal Uber rate, according to complaints on social media.
The expansion of Amazon Prime benefits, as well as the company’s many other projects, appears to be fueled in part by fattened margins on physical books.