According to an unnamed Apple executive, it would be technically possible to build a backdoor for Touch ID- and Secure Enclave-equipped iPhones that bypasses certain passcode security measures.
Researchers hope the MyShake app becomes the first step toward a global smartphone-powered earthquake warning system.
Google will phase out the Picasa desktop app and Web Albums online service over the next three months, according to the company.
Twitter users are in full backlash mode after a new report suggests that Twitter's long-rumored non-chronological timeline may arrive any day now.
High above the New Mexico desert, Google is experimenting with new wireless broadband tech that could one day replace LTE.
Act today, or your free OneDrive account will get cut from 15GB of storage to a paltry 5GB.
The music service is in the early stages of development, but it would offer far more music than Amazon's existing Prime Music streaming service, the New York Post reports.
Amazon has continuously bolstered the Echo's capabilities since it released the voice-controlled virtual assistant to the general public last summer.
Asteroids, Centipede, and Missile Command are just a few of the classic titles coming to Steam as part of the Atari Vault collection.
Although it may or may not see the light of day, a rechargeable Surface Pen would be a welcome improvement over the current design.
The company will ditch its $1 subscription fee and open its messaging service up to businesses.
Take some time this weekend to secure your PC without spending a dime.
In addition, the HoloLens will be able to connect to any device over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and run any universal Windows 10 app, according to a Microsoft rep.
Attention Windows Insiders: Here's your chance to test Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard for iOS.
The problem is especially pronounced in tribal lands, where 41 percent of residents can't get a connection that meets the FCC's definition of "broadband."