It targets Middle East victims for cyber espionage purposes. An advanced type of malware can spy on nearly every Android smartphone function and steal passwords, photos, video, screenshots and data from
Gibson’s decision to file for bankruptcy has led to talk of the death of the guitar, but no one seems to have told these players Is the guitar dying? Ten years after the recession, the industry has seen
The Facebook founder will be questioned by the Senate Judiciary and Senate Commerce Committees later today — in a session entitled “Facebook, Social Media Privacy, and the Use and Abuse of Data.” Mark
Criminals make a living exploiting common behavior, so it should come as no surprise that smartphones are a new favorite vector for hackers. A significant percentage of companies are both aware of and
Here's exactly how much paychecks changed after tax reform for people at every income level from $20,000 to $269,000 a year
The new tax law, which changed the 2018 tax brackets, went into effect at the start of this year. By February, many Americans began to notice a bump in their take-home pay because of the law. The IRS new
There’s no way to sugarcoat this message: Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg believes North America users of his platform deserve a lower data protection standard than people everywhere else in the world.
Facebook is updating its privacy settings to make it easier for you to control what you share — with the social network and connected apps — and tools to delete the data it has collected on you. The social
‘It was a cry of defiance at all the stupid things we had to do – like when MTV made us race each other across America in Learjets full of fans’ Michael Jackson told us: 'I hope you don't mind but I stole
In 1915, a team of American archaeologists excavating the ancient Egyptian necropolis of Deir el-Bersha blasted into a hidden tomb. Inside the cramped limestone chamber, they were greeted by a gruesome
The team behind the popular open-source CMS Drupal is urging admins to update their sites to ward off a nasty bug that could leave their sites “highly compromised” to attackers, according to the organization.
"But they did not believe the women, because their words seemed to them like nonsense." -- Luke 24:11 The men refused to listen to her story. She was publicly smeared as a whore. And when she emerged a
The 2,000-year-old Coptic Church is trying something new: spreading its message across the United States—and the rest of the world. One day in the fall of 2010, Father Anthony Messeh, then a priest at
By Ellen Nakashima Ellen Nakashima National security reporter Email Bio Follow Now that Congress has made clear that a U.S. search warrant covers emails stored overseas, the Justice Department on Friday
By Kevin R. Burgio It was winter in Upstate New York in 1780 in a rural town called Schoharie, home to the deeply religious Palatine Germans. Suddenly, a flock of gregarious red and green birds flew into