If you're one of the thirty million users affected by the hack, there's a good chance that the attackers made off with a lot of sensitive information about you.
There's a good chance you've tuned out the stock market lately — the gains have been sustained and stable for a while now. But something's gone haywire this week.
According to CNN, the Saudis are preparing to release a report stating that Khashoggi's death "was the result of an interrogation that went wrong, one that was intended to lead to his abduction from Turkey."
At 2:18 PM ET, you — along with millions of other cell-phone owning Americans — got a message from President Trump. Worry not, the President is not going to start sending tweets directly to your phone.
For the past four months, there was rife speculation that China's highest-paying actress had been banned from acting or had been detained by Chinese authorities because of tax evasion scandals.
Christine Blasey Ford and Brett Kavanaugh have finished testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Here are the key moments from the hearing.
Reading David Marcus' hastily-composed blog post, the former head of Facebook Messenger doesn't appear to have read the room before leaping to defend Facebook's reputation as a good place for founders post-acquisition.
It's coming out in time for the holidays, the controllers don't have analog sticks and yes, it'll let you play "Final Fantasy VII" for the umpteenth time.
Elon Musk's legal issues continue to mount, with reports breaking on Tuesday that the Department of Justice is opening a criminal investigation into the Tesla CEO's tweets about taking the car company private.
Christine Blasey Ford will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee this Thursday to testify about her sexual assault allegation against Kavanaugh.
In an op-ed published on Wednesday, an unnamed senior Trump administration official details the "resistance inside the Trump administration," where multiple staffers are "working diligently from within to frustrate parts of his agenda and his worst inclinations." Here's what to make of it.
A handful of reports about the impact of Facebook has on the spread of information all point to a single conclusion: The website does more harm than good.
Was Elon Musk making a weed joke? Or was he serious? Either way, he might be in hot water.
On Friday, the EPA will enter the final stage of approval for a new rule that would allow manufacturers to use asbestos in new products, pending an EPA review. If implemented, this significant new use rule (SNUR) would reintroduce the use of asbestos into new building materials, reversing regulations that restricted "new uses" of asbestos.
Judge TS Ellis apparently likes to make it clear he's the smartest guy in the room, and he's not always kind about it. Here's a roundup of the most notable things he's done and said.
Apple is now the most successful company by the most obvious measure, money. But we must ask: What does it all mean?
In a hearing on Wednesday, Republican Senator Richard Burr used a popular internet joke to comment on yesterday's announcement from Facebook that it had banned 32 pages and accounts tied to Russian misinformation campaigns run during the 2016 presidential election.
Redditor David-me's attempt to shut down KotakuInAction and subsequent mea culpa post is a prominent admission from one of Gamergate's own about the toxicity of the movement.
According to a CDC investigation, between March and July of this year, there have been a reported 100 cases of salmonella infections linked to the Kellogg's brand cereal in 33 states.
This is the perfect example of a promotion working so successfully that it's actually a colossal failure.
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