A number of users on dating app Tinder report being matched with fake profiles of women, who are actually automated bots promoting a mobile game called “Castle Clash.” The bots are sharing a link to the
Inhabitants of Italian town Gioia Tauro are upset over the transfer of dangerous chemicals from Syria at the port. Plans for the disposal of Syrian chemical weapons at an Italian port are meeting with
We’re not really sorry, but we’ll change. That was the message President Barack Obama delivered on behalf of the U.S. government Friday as he announced results of a six-month-long policy review triggered
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Two students were shot and wounded on Friday at a charter high school in northern Philadelphia, police said, in the latest string of school shootings that have helped fuel a national
US telecoms giants expressed concern Friday about president Barack Obama’s reform of the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of American citizens’ phone records. In a widely anticipated speech said
Looking to control your selfie habit? An initiative called Selfie Police could help tame your narcissism, but it’s going to cost you: For every selfie you snap and post to the web, you’ll be fined a dollar
The US might not see it immediately, but the world will soon get its first Firefox OS tablet. Mozilla has begun testing its browser-based operating system on tablets and has developed its own tablet prototype.
Amazon’s latest expedited shipping idea is a little more believable than drone delivery. In December, the company received a patent for what it calls “a method and system for anticipatory package shipping.”
Dropbox has raised a massive $250 million funding round, valuing the company at $10 billion according to the Wall Street Journal. The new funding round is led by a BlackRock fund, according to the WSJ,
BOSTON (Reuters) - A cybercrime firm says it has uncovered at least six ongoing attacks at U.S. merchants whose credit card processing systems are infected with the same type of malicious software used
President Obama today announced his approach to reforming some government surveillance practices, and at least for right now, the US intelligence and defense communities are supportive of those ideas.