Uber is launching a new taxi cab service in New York City, deviating from its traditional black-car service.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigations says Anonymous is lying about retrieving 12 million UDIDs, or the unique identifiers associated with Apple mobile devices, from an agency laptop.
The wait for the iPhone 5 is almost over. Apple sent out its official invitation to an "event" today, scheduled to take place on September 12 in San Francisco.
So, someone's ripped off your iOS app. The icon you spent one too many hours working on is showing up on someone else's app, and maybe even some of your code is popping up in their app, too.
It seems the proof of the iPad Mini pudding might be found in read it later application Instapaper's device stats. Founder Marco Arment says while checking his logs, two unfamiliar devices tried to access the app.
Oracle patched the hole in Java 7 that allows hackers to secretly download malware to your computer today, in an uncharacteristic update to its software. But it seems the company knew about the issue far longer than the rest of us.
Google and Apple's chief executives are reportedly having chats about each others' intellectual property. The reported calls follow a lawsuit between and Apple and Samsung that resulted in $1 billion in damages awarded to the iPhone maker.
The saying "Trying to catch a cloud and pin it down" is how many people feel about cloud security. But Zscaler believes it can actually do the job, and so does its first investor, Lightspeed Ventures, which just pumped $38 million into the company.
For secrets, there's nowhere safer than the inside of your head, right? Wrong. Commercially sold electrode-headsets, often used in gaming, can be hacked to extract your ATM pin number, birthday month, location, and more.
Ever wondered what it would be like to be the President of the United States of America? Kind of like Barack Obama? Well, head over to Reddit because the POTUS with the mostest is doing an "Ask Me Anything," or AMA.
All signs are pointing toward a new iPhone. Apple is now offering up to $345 for your iPhone 4S, in return for a gift certificate to an Apple store.
Twenty-year-old Raynaldo Rivera may spend the next 15 years of his life in jail if he is found guilty of hacking into Sony Pictures. The FBI arrested the alleged LulzSec hacker in Arizona yesterday.
A new vulnerability in Java 7 may let hackers attack Apple computers, bringing back memories of the recent Flashback trojan that may have been stealing up to $10,000 a day in ad revenue.
The Mars Curiosity rover isn't just a bad-ass robot scientist roaming the badlands of Mars. It's also a jukebox. The rover transmitted Black Eyed Peas singer Will.I.Am's latest song "Reach for the Stars." Tacky? Maybe, but it's a song from Mars.
Apple's tight ship has a small leak that other retailers may be able to drink from. Gizmodo uncovered a training manual for Apple Geniuses that shows the tactics Apple employees use to make the customer feel empowered to buy.
Craigslist is creating its own version of PadMapper, the apartment-rental website that overlays apartment listing over a Google Maps. The feature was caught by TPM who says it is currently being tested in San Francisco and Portland areas.
Apple and Samsung have shared their moment in the spotlight, but now that the epic patent infringement battle between the two has come to an end, it's time to watch how Google will react.
Since Apple established the annual release cycle of its iconic smartphone, it seems like rumors about the next iPhone pop up only months after the latest launch. The mystique keeps us guessing, and the public sure is happy to keep the momentum alive.
Updated 6:16pm PT with new damages awarded to Apple.
After just 21 hours of deliberation, the jury has reached a verdict in the Apple-Samsung patent trial, a landmark case that is set to change the way we look at competition …
The fund is part of a larger effort by the venture firm to raise $1 billion for a number of new funds that stretch across many continents.