The Verge reports that Twitter’s end-to-end encryption for DMs is done—for now. Why are social networks dragging their feet on security measures?
This year’s festival reflected a shift from sharing to security as the dominant trend in technology today.
Brands prove it doesn't matter what you're selling at South By Southwest, as long as festival-goers tweet about it.
"It's the makers, thinks, and the development community" that can help protect your data from a surveillance dragnet, the NSA whistleblower said via video at a South by Southwest panel
Google’s Sundar Pichai said the company is focused on helping devices work together across all categories.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange questions Obama’s power over the NSA during Day 2 of the SXSW Festival in Austin.
The interactive portion of the South by Southwest conference is usually a launching pad for apps like Twitter and Foursquare, but security figures to be a popular topic this year, judging by the opening day remarks of Google's chairman.
After last year's false start, Facebook is rolling out a new look.
In Yahoo’s world, you’ve got to play by Yahoo’s rules. That means no more third-party logins.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden turned over documents to The Guardian detailing GCHQ’s collection of at least 1.8 million Yahoo users’ webcam chats.
A Messenger app for Windows Phone is reportedly still in the works.
Anonymous apps let you speak your mind, but at what cost?
When you send a text, share a photo, or read the news, you’re on Facebook. Just when you think you're out, it pulls you back in.
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