Twitter thought they could wait out Trump's term in office. After putting the President on a 12-hour time-out earlier this week, the company has banned the President's account permanently.
The US Department of Homeland Security has carried out trials to test whether facial recognition algorithms could correctly identify masked individuals.
The UK lost its right to a .eu website when it left the European bloc, leaving many domain name owners in limbo.
The London judge ruled that Julian Assange would be at extreme risk of suicide if he were sent across the Atlantic.
The new Brexit deal establishes a six-month transition period for data flows, but what will happen when the bridging agreement ends is still up for debate.
In a high-profile election-related lawsuit in a U.S. District Court, the plaintiffs' legal team filed a motion begging for an extension, blaming “numerous technical incompatibilities" between Google Docs and Microsoft Word. They made three rookie mistakes.
Tech giants show support for Facebook's legal case against spyware vendor NSO Group.
Filed by a bipartisan group of 38 attorneys-general.
Lawsuit accuses Google of violating antitrust and consumer protection laws.
Rajah & Tann's IT business unit has formed a joint venture with cybersecurity vendor Resolvo Systems to offer integrated legal and security services that they say will be necessary as businesses increasingly rely on digital data amidst growing cyber threats.
The delay in contractual negotiations could set Ericsson back SEK 1.5 billion per quarter from 2021 onwards.
48 attorneys-general have jointly said Facebook has used its 'monopoly power' to crush smaller rivals and snuff out competition.
New Zealand's inquiry found YouTube and Facebook were central to the right-wing mass murderer's radicalisation, but detecting the lone-wolf attacker would have required connecting dots they didn't have.
Ethical guidelines are the only tool to date to control AI systems. They're not doing much for our rights, finds a new report.
Hacking virus research labs to steal their secret recipes is just industrial espionage. But cyber attacks against vaccine production and distribution would be a war crime -- if we were at war.
What is inside a hard drive exactly. TechRepublic cracks one open to find out.
A Dutch bookstore is located inside a 12th century church. But don't let that fool you--it uses the latest RFID tracking system.
Antipiracy measures were a bit of an afterthought with Windows XP; with Vista, most of Microsoft's antipiracy work is built right in.
See the hardware that lurks inside Apple's latest media machine.
The Cancer Genomic Atlas will have a heavy information technology component as it crunches data to map the cancer genome.
On a fresh installation of Windows Vista, we took screen shots when it came time to install Adobe's Flash plug-in into Internet Explorer for the first time. The sequence is especially interesting given Microsoft's emphasis on using Windows Vista as a non-administrative or "Lesser Privileged User" (LPU). Why? Because our first couple of attempt's failed. As it turns out, though, as best as we could tell, the failure had nothing to do with Vista, being an LPU, or Adobe's Flash. It has more to do the Web site that's calling for the Flash plug and how it responds when the Flash plug-in isn't there. In other words, depending on what site you go to, mileage may vary.
Here, the famous and infamous who probably now wish they'd never hit the send button.
Patricia Dunn leaves Santa Clara County Superior Court on her way to be booked on four felony charges.
Pandora's founder travels from town to town, sharing his time and story with fans.
Hoping to capitalize on MP3 player mania, Creative will soon offer two versions of its 30GB Zen Vision player.
The company wins a patent covering user interface technology on digital music players--like those on Apple's iPod.
Companies have won protections for inventions such as a sealed crustless sandwich and a pet toy shaped like a tree branch.
The W800 Walkman from Sony Ericsson features a music-only mode that enables it to be used solely as an MP3 player while its cell phone transmitter remains off.
Disney's iPod challenger comes at a low price and is geared for kids of all ages.
Microsoft's chairman and RealNetworks' CEO strike a deal to end an antitrust squabble and promote the Rhapsody music service.
WhatsApp patches a flaw that has been used to install spyware on Android and iPhone devices.
While 3,800 delivery riders that are owed back pay will receive a nil amount.
A new case of suspected Chinese industrial espionage highlights Europe's tricky balancing act between exploiting opportunities in China and guarding against the theft of technology back home.
If the legislation is passed, social media platforms may be ordered by government to disable accounts spreading fake news.
Apple slightly loosens its grip on who mends your devices. Read more: https://zd.net/2IhP4vg
Microsoft is extending its Azure IP Advantage patent-protection program into the IoT space to help its customers fight patent trolls.
Europe wants copyright to work the same was online as offline. That could have a big impact on how news and other content is shared.
In this month's Estonian parliamentary elections, a whopping 44 percent of the ballot was cast using e-voting. Read more: https://zd.net/2HrnUlf
Facebook rolls out the unsend feature it promised last April.
Thanks to the expansion of piracy site-block laws to websites that have the primary effect of facilitating copyright infringement, a series of music copyright holders have sought the block of sites that allegedly allow users to download YouTube videos and strip them down to audio files.
Impact of no-deal Brexit is already being felt on recruitment and investment. And uncharted waters lay ahead. Read more: https://zd.net/2Gc3YDm
Google and Facebook have regained enterprise certificates to run internal iOS apps with employees.
Microsoft wants to make it easier for organizations to deal with new privacy regulations like EU's GDPR.