iOS applications were found to be vulnerable to silent interception of (normally) TLS-protected data while in use.
Internet telephony co Viber has introduced what it calls “secret messages,” to give users even more control over their communications.
With Chrome 57, when adding Progressive Web Apps to the homescreen, they will now appear in the app drawer, a long standing demand of developers.
Microsoft is bringing apps and add-ins to its Outlook for iOS email application.
1st prototype is expected by 2017-end. The question is – will this design shake up the smartphone market?
The public beta of Resonance AI Web dashboard is up, & fully functioning. Finally, developers can create “incredible experiences” based on user lives, thanks to the Artificial Intelligence of Resonance.
The Google Trust Services will operate these Certificate Authorities on behalf of Google and Alphabet.
The team behind Talkus, the help desk in Slack, announced today the launch of bndr, an open community for Slack commands.
Twitter’s central ‘Moments’ tab is going away. The company said in a micro-blog that the tab, which highlights collections of notable tweets curated by Twitter editors, would be replaced by a new tab called ‘Explore’.
Remember Dong Nguyen. In 2013, this guy drove everyone crazy with a game he made called Flappy Bird, a scrolling game that was difficult but addictive.
Even the most sophisticated cyber attacks can begin with a relatively simple email compromise. With this in mind, here are some of our simple tips to help make your email more secure, without the need to set up a private email server.