Experts are debating who helped Saudi Arabia hack the phone of the richest man on Earth.
Ismail Fahmi took matters into his own hands after he saw the damage social media misinformation and disinformation caused.
The software turns photos taken with anything from a smartphone to high-end equipment into how a bee, fish, or mammal sees the world.
Advocates say new employee monitoring software helps maximise efficiency, but labour rights activists warn that it may be misused.
"You are no longer licensed to use the software," Adobe told them.
Researchers suggest non-exploitable “chaff bugs” in systems could be a fun way to deter attackers from doing real harm.
If you’re going to build a autonomous electric car, why not do it with some style?
The show uses sex work as a proxy for wider themes of consent, trauma, exploitation, and empowerment.
Apple regularly touts itself as the company that doesn’t want to collect your personal data. And that's a liability when it comes to making Siri better.
Our final day of the security challenge has a task for all the Office users out there.
Time to go to war with your inner tax procrastinator.
As executive director of the First Nations Technology Council, Denise Williams wants to equalize the digital playing field for BC’s Indigenous communities.