A report claims that WhatsApp has been the target of a surveillance attack developed by Israel-based security firm NSO Group. WhatsApp has confirmed the vulnerability and is still investigating.
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Twitter has admitted that it accidentally shared the location data of a subset of iOS users with a "trusted partner". However, the bug has now been resolved and the data has apparently been deleted.
While Rockstar Games has kept mum about Red Dead Redemption 2's PC release for the past few months, a hint from a developer's LinkedIn profile claims that the title is indeed coming to the platform.
Microsoft Azure was globally down for roughly two hours yesterday with a number of Microsoft services such as Dynamics and DevOps being affected. The company plans to publish an RCA within 72 hours.
After Google removed nearly 50 apps developed by Baidu-owned company, DO Global, a couple of days ago, the Chinese firm has published a public apology saying that it agrees with Google's decision.
Google has rolled out a new update to its job search feature in the US, which allows job seekers to apply filters and find "work from home", "remote", and "telecommute" opportunities that suit them.
Epic Games has released a security bulletin detailing the steps that it takes to strengthen account security, as well as laying out its plans for the future, which include SMS-based authentication.
Authorities in the UK have announced a new law, making age checks mandatory for pornographic websites. Adult companies will be responsible for implementing these systems provided by AgeID.
It appears that Oculus Rift S and Quest dev kits shipped with phrases such as "Big Brother is Watching" hidden in them. An executive has stated that the company has now fixed this problem.
Microsoft has announced that with Windows 10 version 1809 - which was made fully available in December 2018 -, users no longer need to "safely remove" their USB devices, thanks to new policies.
Google's Project Zero has exposed a "high severity" flaw in macOS' kernel XNU - which apparently has issues in its implementation of copy-on-write behavior - after Apple failed to fix it in 90 days.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has defended the company's decision to work with the U.S. military, saying that " it's really about being a responsible corporate citizen in a democracy".
50 employees have penned a letter urging Microsoft to cancel its HoloLens deal with the U.S. military, and to be "mindful about who we're empowering and what we're empowering them to do".
Google has announced deadlines for developers to update their apps or submit new ones in accordance with its latest security guidelines. New apps will have to target API level 28 or higher soon.
A new report from Symantec has revealed that Microsoft unknowingly hosted malicious applications in its Microsoft Store, that used up the device's resources in order to mine cryptocurrencies.