Hackers got their hands on names, credit card and Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses and some driver’s license numbers.
The Mouse House also promised ‘a significant investment’ in original content.
The indictment, filed on July 11 in Wisconsin District Court, says that ‘Defendant Marcus Hutchins created the Kronos malware,’ alongside another person.
Travelers already need to place laptops in plastic bins — now you’ll need to do the same for things such as tablets, e-readers and handheld game consoles.
The Taiwan-based firm’s new Wisconsin manufacturing facility will initially create 3,000 jobs.
A contractual battle and a complicated divorce might mean the end of the fact-check site.
Verizon says the speed discrepancies were related to ‘network testing over the past few days to optimize the performance of video applications on our network.’
Elon Musk says he received ‘verbal govt approval’ for The Boring Company to build a Hyperloop that would rocket you from New York to D.C. in 29 minutes.
The FBI says sensors, microphones, cameras and other components in internet-connected toys ‘could put the privacy and safety of children at risk.’
Apple also revealed a new iPad Pro, which will take advantage of some powerful multi-tasking features in iOS 11.
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to depart Earth next summer and make its way to the sun’s atmosphere, the corona, about 4 million miles from its surface.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai circulated a proposal to his fellow commissioners that would reverse a 2015 decision to reclassify broadband as a telecom service, or Title II.
Verizon’s acquisition of Yahoo is now valued at approximately $4.48 billion, down from $4.8 billion.
Not surprisingly, ISP trade groups cheered the announcement while consumer groups voiced concern.
Clapper welcomes “healthy skepticism” of US intel, but there’s a “difference between skepticism and disparagement.”
A new integration between GE and Nest can help make sure you don’t ruin dinner — or burn down the house.