Performers of sexually explicit content are relieved but still worried about their futures on the subscription site.
After another “zero-click” attack, security experts say it’s time for more extreme measures to keep iMessage users safe.
The social media giant’s new transparency report mostly succeeds in showing the extent of its spam problem.
The alleged digital operation has deployed hundreds of websites and social media accounts to attack the broadcaster’s reporting.
On Wednesday morning, the company unveiled new folding phones, some Wear OS smartwatches, and even more wireless earbuds.
The company’s claims cloak threats to millions of users’ iCloud, iMessage, and facial verification data.
The company says privacy concerns forced it to block access for a team of academics. Whose privacy, exactly?
It’s not a ghost. It’s a half-dozen vulnerabilities in a digital automation system.