According to a new survey of U.S. Apple customers, over 101 million iPhones are now in use, and almost two-thirds of those are iPhone 6 or higher with the iPhone 6/6P being the most popular.
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YouTube says it will no longer blindly follow DMCA claims and instead will defend fair use of music, movie and TV clips when parodied or critiqued, and has warned it will go to court if necessary.
To improve stability and security, Microsoft has once again moved to close off attempts to load uninvited extensions and malicious code into Edge by requiring extensions and code to be signed.
The long-waited release has finally arrived with Mozilla pushing out a version of its popular Firefox browser for the iPhone and iPad, it marks the end of Mozilla's boycott of Apple's iOS platform.
A US Judge has ruled against Sony's motion to dismiss a lawsuit brought by former employees, who are arguing that Sony failed to prevent their personal details falling into the hands of hackers.
A newly-discovered malware will attempt to self-destruct by deleting an essential system file, sending the computer into an endless reboot loop to avoid getting analyzed by security researchers.
About 24 American Airlines flights have been affected, with some forced back to the gate by a glitch in the Apple iPad app used by pilots to hold critical maps and flight plan information.
An unclassified US military network was breached earlier this year by Russian hackers who gained access to the network via an old unpatched vulnerability before being discovered hours later.
Despite signaling that it may exit the market, Sony has revealed its latest smartphone, the Xperia Z4. It features a 5.2-inch screen and a wide-angle 20.7MP camera in a metal-and-glass body.
Pirates are in the crosshairs, targeted with thousands of takedown notices over the leaking of the first four episodes of the latest season of HBO's popular TV series, Game of Thrones.
Netflix wants to prevent eavesdropping on its members by deploying HTTPS across its service over the next year, but the change will not be cheap with the costs said to be 'significant'.
Google has launched a new input for Android devices called "Google Handwriting Input," which allows users to handwrite on the screen in 82 different languages, including emoji.
In a new policy, Google will ban images and video that are sexually explicit or show graphic nudity on Blogger, but will still allow artistic, educational, documentary and scientific nudity.
In an open letter, Lenovo CTO Peter Hortensius said the company is in the midst of developing a concrete plan to address software vulnerabilities, which will be announced later in the week.
Tumblr appears to be censoring anything related to or tagged with the term "torrent" in searches, and banning users under a new strict "three strikes" policy in an attempt to rid the site of pirates.
US officials are attempting to sneak in a change to the rules governing search warrants that will allow US judges to issue worldwide search warrants in cases that involve computers and networks.
The US State Department, the NSA, and the FBI have had no luck in removing or blocking hackers from the State Department's network in the three months since the breach was first reported.
The US National Security Agency has been caught eavesdropping again using the firmware of hard drives to host its own spyware, according to the Russian computer security firm, Kaspersky Lab.
A group of international cyber criminals has stolen up to $1 billion from 100 banks around the world over a two year period, according to the Russian computer security company, Kaspersky Lab.
Internet Explorer's new Edge rendering engine has been slipped into the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones, while later releases will see Internet Explorer replaced by the new Spartan.
Lovestruck and horny employees are putting their employers and co-workers at risk by using dating apps that are severely vulnerable to hackers, according to a new report by IBM.
Attackers can now bypass the same-origin policy in Internet Explorer with a newly discovered vulnerability that allows them to inject malicious code into any website and steal cookies.
Microsoft has slammed Google for publishing a security vulnerability in Windows 8.1, saying it was just days out from a fix and the disclosure was a "gotcha", instead of protecting customers.
FCC has caved to ongoing pressure and will propose strong net neutrality rules that will not allow ISPs to block, throttle or sell prioritization, reclassifying them as a public utility.
GitHub projects have been targeted in a copyright takedown notice by the porn company, Wicked Pictures, in its attempt to remove 6,576 links to illegal copies of its movies from Google.
Kickstarter has dumped Amazon Payments ending its long-term relationship with the payment platform, instead it has partnered with Stripe to process payments from next week.
Intel has imposed self-censorship on its bloggers in response to new Russian laws, which requires journalists and bloggers to register with the government and restricts what they publish.
In the lead up to the anniversary of Aaron Swartz's death, hackers have defaced MIT websites, which is seen as revenge for Swartz's arrest by MIT police for hacking that lead to his suicide.
FCC will vote on new proposed net neutrality rules next month, which would stop Internet providers from blocking or throttling access to websites and other Internet services.
The US government has sanctioned North Korea over the Sony hacks, saying the country tried to intimidate US businesses and artists from exercising their right of freedom of speech.
A "bad code update" was responsible for the outage that took out Bing earlier today. Microsoft engineers attempted to roll back the update, but the process failed causing a 30-minute outage.
PlayStation Plus members affected by the Christmas outage will receive a five-day extension and a once-off 10% discount in the PlayStation Store as a "thank you" for their patience.
Internet Explorer's new forked rendering engine is included in Windows 10 Technical Preview build 9879, the engine is Microsoft's attempt to break away from legacy features.
Australian police has been left red-faced after its official Twitter account retweeted and favourited porn, with one tweet showing a women in a pair of black furry winter boots and nothing else.
US officials have admitted that North Korea lacks the capability to conduct the Sony hack itself as the attack was too sophisticated, but officials still thinks the country was involved.
Lizard Squad has claimed they gave the internal employee logins to the Sony hackers, which allowed them to break into Sony's systems, but it denied any role in the breach itself.
In a complete reversal of its no refunds policy on App Store and iTunes purchases, Apple has been forced by EU lawmakers to offer a 14-day money back guarantee on purchases in Europe.
Apple is currently in talks with banks to bring Apple Pay to the UK in early 2015, but at least one bank is uncomfortable with the amount of personal and financial information Apple wants.
Sony has revealed that the controversial movie, 'The Interview', made $15 million through YouTube, Google Play, Xbox Video and its own website, and now it's available through Apple's iTunes.
Leaked emails have revealed that MPAA got cold feet just three months out from the introduction of a government scheme to send movie pirates in the UK a warning via their ISP when they steal content.