EBay’s online ticket exchange StubHub was targeted by hackers who used stolen passwords and credit card numbers to buy and sell thousands of tickets for pop-music concerts and Yankees games, New York authorities said.
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On lane 25 at Red Rock Lanes a few years ago, it came to him. Bowler Rich Belsky wanted to track his improving scores digitally. How about creating an app that tracks bowling scores in real time by tapping into bowling centers’ scoring systems and sharing stats?
Verizon Communications Inc. sent a letter to Netflix Inc. on Thursday, telling it to stop blaming Verizon for bad video quality or face a lawsuit.
In February 2015, a cooing, gesturing humanoid on wheels that can decipher emotions and was created by Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son will go on sale for $1,900.
After blocking the ground-level map application for five years for fear of lost privacy, Greece has now approved Google’s Street View map service.
A driver for Uber was arrested Monday in Los Angeles after police say he kidnapped a drunk female passenger and took her to a nearby motel room.
Apple’s 25th annual conference is promising new and improved Apple functions coming this fall, including: easier sharing among devices, fitness-related apps and advanced file sharing.
For consumers, .vegas will mean easier website searches and will reap priceless free branding, as well as a revenue split with city agencies that could boost economic development.
While Beat’s music-streaming service only has approximately 250,000 subscribers - paltry compared to Spotify’s 10 million - Apple is confident that will change once Beats taps into Apple’s 800 million iTunes accounts.
Google made a change to its logo recently, and it’s so subtle you probably missed it.
Apple is striking a new chord with a $3 billion acquisition of Beats Electronics, a headphone and music streaming specialist that also brings the swagger of rapper Dr. Dre and recording impresario Jimmy Iovine.
The 12th annual survey of cybercrime trends found that online attackers determined to break into computers, steal information and interfere with business are more technologically advanced than those trying to stop them.
Google will build a car without a steering wheel. It doesn’t need one because it drives itself.
Visa and MasterCard are renewing a push to speed the adoption of microchips into U.S. credit and debit cards in the wake of recent high-profile data breaches, including this week’s revelation that hackers stole consumer data from eBay’s computer systems.
Cox Communications announced Thursday that the cable company will be offering 1 gigabit Internet speeds to their residential customers in Las Vegas by the end of 2016 and as early as December for residents moving into select apartment homes in Henderson.
To some, it’s a messy, expensive battle between the federal government and the man who defies it, allowing his cattle to roam on public land closed to grazing 16 years ago. To others, the Ranch War — and Cliven Bundy himself — is a situation ripe for parody.
E-commerce site eBay is asking users to change their password after a cyberattack compromised a database containing encrypted passwords.
Microsoft’s new Surface Pro 3 is thinner and faster than previous models with a screen measuring 12 inches diagonally, complete with programs like Adobe Photoshop.
More than a half-million computers in over 100 countries were infected by sophisticated malware — BlackShades — that lets cybercriminals remotely hijack a computer and its webcam, authorities said as charges were announced Monday against nearly 100 people worldwide.
AT&T says it views its planned $48.5 billion purchase of DirecTV as a way to help redefine the video entertainment industry, giving it opportunities to bundle services and tap into growing Latin American markets.
A senior German official has warned that Google may have such a dominant market position that a breakup of the company “must be seriously considered.”
Collision, a first-time tech conference that ended Wednesday, drew 1,500 techies and investors from around the world. Speakers included professional skater Tony Hawk, WordPress founder Matt Mullenweg and executives from well-known brands such as Facebook, Google Ventures, PayPal, Belkin, Evernote and Uber.
Netflix is gobbling up a larger percentage of Internet traffic than ever, thanks to America’s addiction to the streaming service.