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Home Depot has announced the number of credit and debit cards potentially affected in a cyberattack between April and September 2014: 56 million. While the company hasn't said how many card numbers were actually stolen — as opposed to at risk &...

Filed under: Safety, Technology "You can have everything super-secure, but one part can compromise everything in the car, including safety." - Walter Buga Features in many new cars that are widely seen as the first steps toward a self-driving fu...

The retailer said that it's still putting together the pieces of the breach and that debit PIN numbers should not be affected. Additionally, online shoppers and those who shopped in Home Depot stores in Mexico should be safe. Home Depot confirms mas...

One of the sites at the center of the nude photography scandal just put in place DMCA measures that shield websites from copyright liability. Here's the likely explanation of why it did so. Why 4Chan created a copyright shield in the wake of the App...

"Don't look." Normally, that phrase is catnip for a journalist or any other kind of curious reader. An injunction against observation, against our freedom to view whatever information we want? Normally, that makes us wonder what the person trying to...

If you're not sure whether you should look at the hacked nude photos of celebrities that were exposed this weekend, let us help you: No. No you should not. If there's any question in your mind, you're probably asking yourself questions like, "Do I be...

The hacking over the weekend of iCloud accounts for Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton and about 100 other celebs didn't faze Apple investors At the close of trading on Tuesday — the first day back since the incident came to light — Apple's st...