The American Petroleum Institute bought Facebook ads urging residents of Sen. Joe Manchin’s state to “thank” him for being a “champion” of U.S. energy.
The small list of around 2,500 login details acts a reminder to stay vigilant and use two-factor authentication.
The API exposed the profile photos of children, as well as email addresses, phone numbers, and milestones parents and educators use the app to preserve.
Building cross-platform games just got a little riskier thanks to Apple.
Binance says it wasn't compromised, and phishing attacks are to blame for the irregular trades.
This is the latest example of how bias creeps into artificial intelligence.
The president and CEO of the largest fossil fuel trade organization in the U.S said that while he takes climate change "seriously,” there’s nothing to worry about.
What is going on?
Artificial intelligence for the masses.
Tinder just got creepier.