Running a business is not easy. And things don't get any better amid the 'COVID-19' coronavirus pandemic.
Apple has created products that millions of people use. That slab of metal and glass people call iPhones, have complex circuitry that packs a lot of sensors.
One of the easiest ways for hackers to hack, is by planting malware. And the easiest way to plant malware, is by piggybacking existing resources.
Facebook is the social giant of the web. It's on top of the food chain, and it's willing to do anything to keep its throne.
Apple is long known to be strict in giving users customization. But starting iOS 14, things are changing a bit.
Google is changing how its Google Drive product handles deleted files and documents.
Streaming cats videos on YouTube. What can go wrong? Well, many.
Bluetooth is one of the methods for people to transfer data and files to different platforms. And again researchers found a critical bug in the technology.
Software flaws are put into different categories based on their severity.
Zoom has become the household name for video conferencing. But Google is closing in, by introducing two features its famous competitor lacks.