Twitter said on Wednesday that the hackers who breached its systems last week likely read the direct messages of 36 accounts, including one belonging to an elected official in the Netherlands.
In tweets from its support account and an updated blog post, Twitter said it had no indication that the private messages of any other elected officials were obtained.<...
Intel says the production of its next-generation chips will be set back until 2022, following years of delays getting its current-generation chips on sale.
The company said it was exploring "cont...
Microsoft said Thursday its cloud video game service will debut in September as a feature available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers
"We're bringing Xbox Game Pass and Project xCloud together at no additional cost for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members," Xbox team head Phil Spencer said in a post.
"With cloud gaming in Game Pass Ultimate, you will...
US officials and scientists have begun laying the groundwork for a more secure "virtually unhackable" internet based on quantum computing technology.
At a presentation Th...
Amazon, Google and Wish have removed neo-Nazi and white-supremacist products being sold on their platforms following an investigation by BBC Click.
White-supremacist flags, neo-Nazi books and Ku Klux Klan merchandise were all available for sale.
Algorithms on Amazon and Wish also recommende...
Apple Inc said on Tuesday it plans to remove carbon emissions from its entire business, including its products and sprawling supply chain, over the next decade.
The iPhone maker said its glo...
To address the growing need for home office and remote working solutions, Grameenphone has introduced a new LTE pocket router (MF927U) that enables 4G LTE mobile data access for homes, retail stores, SMEs, and offices across Bangladesh.
Privacy campaigners say England's test and trace programme has broken a key data protection law.
The Department of Health has conceded that the initiative to trace contacts of people infected with Covid-19 was launched without carrying out an assessment of its impact on privacy.
The Open Rights Group (ORG) says the admission means the initiative has been...
Researchers have developed a tiny wireless camera that is light enough to be carried by live beetles.
The team at the University of Washington in the US drew inspiration from the insects to create its low-powered camera system.
Its beetle-cam can stream up to five frames per second of low-resolution, black and white footage to a nearby smartphone.
The research was published in the Sc...