BugSnag has developed an automated crash detection platform for mobile and web applications that makes it easier to identify and fix bugs.
While you were getting ready for the weekend, Facebook announced a big bug that affected the data of 6 million of its users. Let’s take a second look.
A bug in Facebook let people download contact information for their friend that hadn’t actually been submitted by their friends.
Perhaps Apple will provide a coupon for a free game of Whack-a-Mole with its next iOS update.
A bug that’s affecting iOS users who flicked on the “Do Not Disturb” setting in 2013 will have to wait until next week before getting a fix, according to Apple.
Internet “Explorer” has a whole new meaning today. The big question: who’s exploring who?
Google Webmaster Tools, the Google site that helps website owners manage how their site appears in Google, diagnose problems, and optimize traffic, is currently experiencing a major security breach.
Public Radio Exchange has found and documented a bug in Apple’s iOS 6.0 mobile operating system that apparently causes multiple downloads of podcasts, boosting data usage requirements up to 300 percent.
Popular blogging platform Wordpress just released a new plugin to make live-blogging super simple for everyone. Unfortunately, the plugin also makes it unbelievably easy to completely and utterly destroy your entire liveblog without even knowing it.
Thousands of female Facebook users started reporting on Twitter this morning that their Facebook accounts had been inexplicably disabled. Facebook confirmed the incident a little later, stating that the cause was a bug in the system and that it had been fixed, with affected user accounts being reactivated.