The Finnish boy genius discovered that he could demonstrate the hack without even logging into an account.
WhatsApp is back online in Brazil after an appeals court lifted the popular application's second ban in five months.
WhatsApp is used by about half of the country's 200 million people to avoid hefty cell phone charges.
Italian watchdog's ruling follows trend of national courts asserting jurisdiction over Facebook and other tech firms.
Look away now. Interns for Snapchat, Twitter and Facebook can earn over $10,000 a month.
Tinder's new group dating feature is aimed at helping people connect with and date in groups.
An IBTimes UK poll asking if you would pay to use Twitter.
The traditional blue and orange mixed layout seems to be replaced by a monochromatic design.
The app developed by former Twitter executive, makes your texts public.
Facebook has reportedly rewarded white hat hacker Orange Tsai $10,000 for his work.
The Gafa companies (Google, Apple, Facebook, Amazon) have been conspicuously silent on blockchain.
NHTSA takes to Twitter to pull up people who text and drive.
Facebook has gone offline for many users in the UK, France, Germany and Australia.
The search giant has now stopped listing Google.com as a website with security vulnerabilities.
The feature is slated to roll out globally in the next 24 hours.
The 4/20 Marley tribute filter has sparked outrage among social media users.
Schilling insists he was merely commenting on the 'functionality' of toilets.
The British Monarchy is on the lookout for a new Head of Digital Engagement.
The son of outspoken owner Massimo Cellino has been fined £5,000 and warned about his future conduct.
Video of Russian daredevil Oleg Cricket has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times.