The browser blocks ads, but its makers still want money to flow to what we like online.
An Austrian activist seeks to sue the social network for allegedly violating the privacy of 25,000 people. But it might not work, an EU legal adviser says.
Facebook wants your nude photos to fight revenge porn, Yahoo and Equifax go before Congress, and AT&T and Time Warner's deal is in jeopardy.
Facebook wants to turn your naked pics into digital fingerprints to block them from unathorized uploads. What could possibly go wrong?
The situation echoes the one the agency faced when Apple refused to unlock the iPhone of a San Bernardino shooter.
Users dress down Apple for training its machine learning algorithms on their intimate photos. The phone doesn't sort the photos until you ask it to.
The move comes after the Justice Department said it would scale back demands for customer data without their knowledge.
Federal lawmakers are pushing to give you more control over your data, after hackers stole information from 145 million Americans.
Some companies already have updates to fix the Wi-FI flaw available, but others say it'll take a few weeks.
A weakness in Wi-Fi-connected devices could expose you to nearby hackers. Here are answers to your questions about that.
The court will examine whether US tech firms have to provide data to law enforcement conducting a criminal investigation, even if that data is held overseas.
A weakness in the WPA2 protocol places virtually all wireless-enabled devices at risk. Google says it will patch its Android gadgets in "the coming weeks."
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.