Technically Incorrect: Wuchang University of Technology in China believes that it must monitor its students at all times, so that they become great techies.
Omar Mateen used the social network during the mass shooting, according to Sen. Ron Johnson's letter asking Facebook to help a senate committee with its inquiry.
Apple appears to have a plan to make Apple Maps more compelling than Google Maps: let its software watch everything you do and offer to help whenever possible.
Apple announces the move to mandatory use for the secure internet protocol for iOS apps at WWDC 2016.
More than 100,000 internal investigations records dating back to 2004 have been lost, Air Force officials say.
The hackers allegedly gained access to the Democratic National Committee's network and snagged emails, chat transcripts and a database of political info on the likely Republican presidential nominee.
Instead of typing in your password, open your laptop while wearing your Apple Watch and you'll be logged in.
Social network reaffirms that its platform was not hacked, but makes some users reset their passwords as a precaution.
At its WWDC conference Monday, the iPhone maker could announce a move to bring its messaging software to millions of people using Google-powered phones.
The country's government is planning on blocking the internet from civil servants starting next year in the interest of security.
A hacker claims to have procured a cache containing information on hundreds of millions of Twitter users.
The app will provide reliable information to football fans travelling to the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament.
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