The social network sends billions of emails to users daily and says adoption of the encryption standard it uses has skyrocketed among webmail providers.
Not everyone is enamored of LeBron James' return to Cleveland. SnoopDogg holds, um, Kobe Bryant up as a better ideal.
This week on the Crave podcast, Snoop Dogg is coming to you via a DLC voice pack for Xbox Live, machine-carved ice cubes brim with design potential, and a fan plays the Super Mario Bros. theme a new way.
Snoop Dogg will be lending his golden voice to a downloadable Voice Pack set to debut on Xbox Live.
Rap star Snoop Dogg could soon be calling out your kills with a downloadable voice pack addition for Call of Duty: Ghosts.
Microsoft's general counsel announces changes to its Web mail terms of service, promising that it won't read its users' email even when they're suspected of trafficking in stolen Microsoft property.
The goal would have been to encrypt your direct messages and other private information, says The Verge. So why did Twitter drop the idea?
Spy agencies and hackers at your local Starbucks can vacuum up Yahoo and ICQ chats and metadata about AOL's AIM users. These services are over a decade old -- why are they not fully encrypted?
Three of the options would change ownership of the data to a third party, while a fourth would kill the bulk data collection altogether, says The Wall Street Journal.
An Austrian film festival that exclusively screens vertical videos, an iPhone app that invites strangers to eavesdrop on your conversations, a Tinder flaw that pinpoints your exact location, and an e-cigarette that doubles as a Bluetooth speaker. This is real!