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Password management service LastPass informed its users Monday that it had detected and blocked "suspicious activity" on its networks last Friday.
Current and former Homeland Security Department employees are among those who may have had their private data compromised.
Foxconn customers have included many of the world's biggest electronic makers, including Apple, Blackberry, Google, Huawei and Microsoft.
A government data warehouse that stores information indefinitely on millions of HealthCare.gov customers is raising privacy concerns.
Microsoft announced a new, highly customizable Xbox One controller Monday during its press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo.
Facebook aims to fix photos scattered among friends with Moments, a new app that synchronizes your photos with your friends' in a shared album.
Gamers can have the onscreen world appear on their wall or coffee table, popping up as a 3-D hologram.
SpaceX is setting up a Hyperloop pod competition that would follow up on a high-speed transit concept laid out by billionaire founder Elon Musk.
Germel Dossie, 17, allegedly shot Clifton Frye over remarks made about recently slain rapper Young Pappy on the social media site.
A growing number of car makers are "enhancing" or creating engine sounds to satisfy performance drivers' expectations.
The second hack was discovered as investigators probed a cyberattack on the Office of Personnel Management that some have blamed on China.
Google said on Friday that it is launching a live streaming gaming service called "YouTube Gaming", creating a rival to Amazon's Twitch service.
The pilots who fly on the Breitling Jet Team are among the top in the world, known for flying at high speed in expert formation.
A new drone from Parrot does double duty, flying through the air like any other quadcopter but converting in a snap to propel a small hydrofoil boat.
Twitter's incoming interim CEO says he is committed to maintaining the company's strategy, no matter the criticism it has received from the outside.
Google must scrub search results worldwide when it agrees to requests from users to be "forgotten," France's data protection regulator said.
The president of the American Federation of Government Employees said in a letter it believes the cyberattack is worse than the government has said.