For the first time under a White House process created in 2014, the agency shares information about a flaw in an Apple product, the company tells Reuters.
CNET editor Dong Ngo only watches stuff in epic HD. And the new SanDisk iXpand Flash Drive, while super fast, can't let him do that. How disappointing!
A bug in Apple's mobile software allows access to photos and contacts on an iPhone 6S or 6S Plus, according to video demos.
In a software update Monday, the iPhone maker will issue a fix for the vulnerability, discovered by security researchers.
Commentary: Apple's iOS still feels slightly slicker, more polished and more intuitive to use than Samsung's take on Android.
With the vulnerability already being exploited by hackers, Adobe recommends all Flash users install the security patch as soon as possible.
An Indian computer researcher nabs $15,000 from Facebook's bug bounty program after alerting the social network to a simple, but serious, security hole.
These vents are reasonably priced and have plenty of potential but you shouldn't install them until they've been fixed.
If the bug hadn't been squashed, users of Yahoo's email service might have been victimized merely by reading a compromised message.
Only $25 online, the SoundPeats Q9A Bluetooth sports headphone is a popular choice on Amazon. But is it worth buying?