With a few months left in the decade, it's safe to say that the 2010s were the worst decade on record for hacks and data breaches. Of the 15 largest data breaches in history, 10 took place in the past
They’re begging for regulation because they know they game it, they know they can shape it, they know they can avoid it Sarah Miller We need to say to Facebook, 'We’re going to treat you like a public
Mercedes-Benz car owners have said that the app they used to remotely locate, unlock and start their cars was displaying other people’s account and vehicle information. TechCrunch spoke to two customers
Looks like Star Wars' first-ever live-action television series is going to be a slam dunk. Critics caught a glimpse of Disney+'s The Mandalorian — due in November — at a Disney-hosted press event on Saturday,
There are so many streaming options available these days, and so many conflicting recommendations, that it’s hard to see through all the crap you could be watching. Each Friday, The Verge’s Cut the Crap
Disney’s massive 600-plus tweet thread announcing which titles would be available to stream on Disney+ in the US come launch day was mostly met with a rousing chorus of, “that’s not a real movie.” In attempt
If you signed up for a free trial for Apple Arcade when it launched on September 19th, that trial runs out tomorrow, so you might think about canceling your subscription today if you don’t want to pay
NASA's first all-female spacewalk will take place Friday with astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir, whose task will be to replace a faulty battery charge-discharge unit. Plus, an unusual, brainless organism called "the blob" or "many-headed slime," will make its first public appearance at the Paris Zoological Park Saturday. This single-cell being lacks a nervous system, has 720 sexes, can learn, pass knowledge to other molds, and heal itself in minutes, baffling scientists. And, a new seismic phenomenon named "stormquakes" discovered.