The link-shortening service issues an “urgent security update” saying that it has disconnected users’ Facebook and Twitter accounts because of a probable breach.
Shaquille O'Neal is not ashamed to be a geek and claims he pays "real money" for apps. He reveals that he can't wait for the iWatch and used to pester Steve Jobs for new products before they came out.
Some 360 million account credentials are newly available for sale on the black market, according to one security firm, and may be from several yet-to-be-reported security breaches.
The database contains stolen usernames and passwords associated with Facebook, Twitter, Google, Yahoo, and more.
Social media editor at Reuters turns to Facebook to criticize charges that he conspired with the hacktivist group to deface the L.A. Times Web site, which belongs to his former employer.
Credentials posted in plain text appear to have originated from the Web company's Yahoo Voices platform. The hackers say they intended the data dump as a "wake-up call."
Microsoft has launched a range of accessories bearing the Windows Phone logo, including t-shirts, mugs, and bags.
A special committee is formed, as Yahoo's board attempts to quell the ongoing controversy surrounding the future of Scott Thompson as its CEO.
Third Point escalates its battle with Yahoo board by uncovering discrepancy in Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson's academic credentials.
A Google search of the word "pornography" appears to have coughed up an ad for Bing's "access to thousands of videos." Is Bing becoming the top search engine for porn?