AllThingsD’s Kara Swisher is reporting that popular daily deals site LivingSocial “has suffered a massive cyber-attack on its computer systems.”
At 1:07 p.m. on Tuesday, the Twitter feed of the Associated Press told us that Barack Obama had been injured in an explosion at the White House. The tweet was fake.
Hackers have compromised the main Twitter account of The Associated Press, sending out an erroneous tweet about an attack at the White House.
As a rule, if a sensational headline about some dangerous new hacking threat seems too scary to be true, it probably is.
In a story in this week’s magazine, TIME profiles Wan Tao, once one of China’s most feared hongke, or red hackers, cyberwarriors motivated by patriotism to attack foreign digital victims.
Reuters reports that Apple has revealed it was “attacked by the same hackers who targeted Facebook” last month.
A group of hackers claims to have stolen 12 million Apple device IDs and other user information from an FBI agent’s laptop, and has posted some of the information online.
The group, dubbed AntiSec, posted 1 million Unique …
Years ago, my parents put in an invisible fence to keep our family dog from running away. The dog wore a shock collar for a while in order to get used to where the boundaries of the yard were located. Within minutes of the …
Talk about helicopter parenting. It’s one thing to do your children’s homework for them. But when you decide to take matters into your own hands and change their grades yourself, well, that’s when law enforcement gets involved.
Agency Republic, billing itself as “a digital creative agency based in Battersea, London” has cobbled together quite a digitally creative way to enable anyone in the office to skip over unwelcome songs that have been added to the …
Remember that exercise bike you bought? The one coated in dust in your “exercise room”?
Well, dig it out, because it’s time to win the Mushroom Cup. Brent Smith, hero to lazy people everywhere, has rigged his old exercise bike …
A security industry blog warned on Friday of a potentially “massive” data breach affecting as many as 10 million Visa and MasterCard accounts.