Apple's CEO publicly discussed his sexual orientation for the first time in an effort to help anyone "struggling to come to terms with who he or she is."
In Canada, a judge rejects the defense that once you are doing something in public, you have no right to privacy.
An open-source project called Rappor uses randomly muddled data to let Google gather information about people's software usage while keeping individuals' behavior private.
Doubts linger on the security of the controversial CurrentC payment app. Meanwhile, HP's Sprout targets creative minds and the Bitmoji app turns you into emoji.
Amazon hasn't given up on the Fire Phone, Facebook makes it easy to mask your identity with Tor, and the Starbucks app will offer treats for delivery.
The new device's sensors will track heart rate, steps taken, calories burned and sleep, according to a Microsoft privacy statement.
Tim Cook met with a Chinese official to talk online security amid allegations that the country tried to hack Apple's iCloud service.
Skip the official apps for Facebook and check out this privacy-focused one instead.
The Korean messaging app promises to reduce how long messages are stored and to add end-to-end encryption in an effort to appease worried users.
Keep your location and personal data on lockdown with these iOS 8 settings changes.