Headphones: timeless, indispensable technology used across the globe for listening to music, making phone calls, and even as makeshift microphones, or... listening devices? A group of Israeli researchers at Ben Gurion University have
It's the last day of the three-day Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) conference when David MacMillan finally notices a faux pas. On a clear plastic placard displayed inside the networking area, someone has misspelled
Facebook Messenger has become omni-present in the lives of one billion people, and despite concerns over the years about what information it might be gathering from users, a report recently released by Amnesty International found
Frequently overlooked in the ongoing hullabaloo over Hillary Clinton campaign chair John Podesta's leaked emails and whether they will have an impact on the U.S. first lady-turned-senator-turned-secretary-of-state-turned-presidential candidate's chances of being elected is
Apple Inc. gives governments information about its customers "thousands of times every month" and on-device encryption wouldn't hinder its ability to provide law enforcement "meta-data or any other very useful categories of data,"
BlackBerry Ltd. is releasing its first smartphone since announcing it will no longer be designing and making its own smartphones, the Waterloo, Ont.-based firm confirmed on Tuesday. The BlackBerry DTEK60 is a sequel and
Facial recognition technology might be a boon for mobile payment security, but it also represents another weapon for cybercriminals, a cybersecurity expert warns. A mobile research team inside Intel Security Group's McAfee Labs