Quick, name a couple of famous female coders in the vein of Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates. Nobody comes to mind, eh? Nowadays, two of the best-known women in computer science might just be characters on a TV show.
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Despite our dependence on the electronic data stored in our smartphones, many are not backing up their devices.
#SandraBland has over 263,300 posts on Instagram. But on Sunday night, the hashtag was blocked.
Don't you hate waiting in long lines? Google knows how you feel. On Tuesday, Google Maps unveiled a feature that will allow you to see a business' "Popular times" for each day of the week. They already have all that location data, so why not put it to use?
Solo travel can be a boring and lonesome enterprise. One new travel app to the market is hoping to change that. The saucily-named MileHi app is hoping to take some of the tedium out of the process by allowing fliers to meet-up (and possibly hook up) before, during and after the journey.
Windows 10 is a new release that has many new features, but it also brings back some old favorites.
Android phones can get infected by merely receiving a picture via text message, according to research published Monday.
NEW YORK — Welcome to a future where cars -- like computers -- need urgent software updates.
Prisoners' connections to the outside world had long been relegated to an outdated technology: landline telephones. But JPay, a prison contractor, has helped bring prison communications into the 21st century.
Is it safe to post photos of your kids online? Here are some reasons why you should be careful.
Everyone's carefully chosen Twitter background just got replaced with "blinding white." Twitter has removed wallpaper from people's home screens, profile pages and notification tabs on the Web.
Google Maps is rolling out a Timeline feature that will allow users to essentially stalk themselves.
Apple Inc said App Store, Apple Music, iTunes Store and some other services are back online, after a more than three hour outage.
When it comes to the adage that it takes a village to raise a child, today‘s parents are turning to social media to find that village.
Damien Patton loves Las Vegas. After all, he lives here and thinks about his startup all the time when riding his bicycle through Red Rock Canyon or his dirt bike across the desert.
Roughly half of all smartphone users don‘t just like their devices, they can‘t even imagine life without them.
Nintendo fans around the world are in mourning.
Apple recently launched a new music streaming service, Apple Music. It also provides the App Store platform for competing streaming services including Jango, Spotify, Rhapsody and others.
Apple is finally letting users test the updates they’ve been waiting for. With iOS 9, the updates go beyond icon designs and color schemes. There’s a lot to look forward to — new apps as well as revamped ones. Apple Maps boasts particularly welcome upgrades.
Facebook is updating its preferences to let users see more from their best friends and the family members they like — and less from the odd cousins and obligatory business contacts they loathe.
For some, hitting the “Like” button on Facebook just isn’t enough. Luckily for those users, four Brazilian evangelical Christians have created a new, “sin-free” version of Facebook called Facegloria that allows users to click “Amen” instead of “Like” when they approve of a post , according to Vice News.
A hacking group best known for breaking into top-tier technology companies Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc more than two years ago is now believed to be one of a handful of highly skilled independent gangs pursuing corporate secrets for profit.
The National Treasury Employees Union said on Wednesday it has sued a federal government hiring agency over recent cyberattacks, alleging it violated constitutional privacy rights of NTEU members by failing to keep their personnel records safe.
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