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Google Chrome users will see fewer annoying ads. [Read More]
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Google will now block annoying ads on its Chrome browser.The move comes more than eight months after the compa... [Read More]
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The white rings should go away after several days, the company said. [Read More]
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U.S. intelligence agencies issued a stern warning to Americans: Do not buy smartphones made by Chinese tech companies Huawei or ZTE. [Read More]
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Uber and Waymo have reached a settlement in their trade secrets lawsuit, lawyers for the companies told a federal court in San Francisco Friday morning. [Read More]
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Waymo v. Uber, the biggest case in Silicon Valley, hinges on lasers. [Read More]
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Uber headed to court on Monday over a lawsuit that alleged the company took part in a scheme to use stolen trade secrets and self-driving... [Read More]
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Waymo is accusing Uber of... [Read More]
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Apple announced some software patches to help defend against the issues and said it was working on more. [Read More]
The Secret Service is warning banks about a hacking scheme called "jackpotting" that lets someone steal money from ATMs. [Read More]
In revealing workout data, Strava shows people still fail to protect their sensitive data. [Read More]
All the world's computers are flawed, and companies are fumbling with fixes. It will take years until the issue is fully sorted out. [Read More]
Buggy releases and delayed patches plague the chip fixes. [Read More]
The "intelligence and analytics" security firm launched out of X. [Read More]
The dating app doesn't encrypt images on mobile. [Read More]
Cybercriminals claim to be selling the Social Security numbers of babies on the dark web.The personal details ... [Read More]
Facebook is calling on researchers to fight hackers and tighten security on the internet. [Read More]
What happens when an identity thief steals your child's data? [Read More]
Are you more of a Botticelli or a Van Gogh? [Read More]
Buses carrying Apple and Google employees to and from work in the San Francisco Bay Area have been the target of flying objects. [Read More]
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