It's the largest number of patches issued in a single day so far in 2013 and 2014
Attackers can replace legitimate apps with fake ones that access and steal personal information
Tor users are neither 'invisible nor untouchable,' a law enforcement official says. And the government proved it, with massive raids that closed hundreds of sites.
The malware is using new methods to target Apple users, but should you be worried?
Facebook is delving deeper into the characteristics of phones to help it determine what to show users. Does yours make the cut?
The law firm it used to battle Samsung will now lobby the federal government
The move affects foreigners who live in the country, as well as local citizens were already banned from using the services.
The company said it accounted for 90 percent of mobile payments in the US last year
The apps could prove a major competitor for Apple Pay and competing products, if they make it to market.
The head of the retailer-backed payment system says it welcomes competition and members are free to accept Apple Pay
Planet Labs says the failure won't kill its plans, but didn't comment on if the satellites were insured
The explosion of the Antares supply rocket is a blow for commercial space flight
Annual report says records equivalent to almost half the state's residents were lost in 2013.
The Air Line Pilots Association cautions that safety is paramount in commercial drone flight
Consumers appear enthusiastic about Apple's new payment system.