37,000 users fooled by fraudulent Chrome extension that used cloned logos and spam keywords to spoof Web Store.
With AI integrating into everyday life, the debate on how to handle a machine involved in a legal dispute might get a new breakthrough in Estonia.
Last year, only 12% of the Afghan population had internet access, with just 9% using social media services
The video-sharing site has expanded its existing policy against "harmful and dangerous content" to take down such videos.
The AI has been developed based on online abuse directed at women, African Americans and overweight people.
The FCC has given it approval to Project Loon and Alphabet has said that it will partner with telecommunications services that are already present on the island.
The tool was used by millions of but fell massively out of favour with the rise of other online communication options.
Confused tourists looking for the Blue Mountains in Australia kept appearing at a quiet cul-de-sac 30 kilometres away as a result of the online map error.
American Chemical Society's default judgement motion gets seal of approval from Virginia judge as case edges closer to its conclusion.
Netflix is raising the price for its most popular US video streaming plan by 10%, and it's 4K service by 17%
The American Civil Liberties Union has argued that the new bill does not provide enough protections for US citizens.
The new site connects those looking to get a Faroese translation with real-life Faroese speakers who will record a short video saying the word or phrase.
Former CEO of Equifax blames a security team employee for failing to plug security vulnerability.
The law will require social media platforms to remove offensive content within 24 hours of receiving complaints.
Anti-piracy company leaves 60-year-old feeling "terrified and depressed".
The company will adopt a flexible sample-based approach to support online subscriptions.
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The search engine has marked several 'birthday's over the years.
Subsea 160-terabits-per-second data cable can stream 71m HD videos simultaneously.
Unverified photos purportedly show US armoured cars and fighting vehicles moving through Isis-occupied areas.