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A bug allowed any malicious site to potentially get your login and password. LastPass fixed the problem in under one day.
The company's flagship product isn't selling like it used to, but Apple is still making tons of money.
A report says Nintendo's next-generation console will be a handheld that can connect to your television.
A researcher says a significant number of devices are vulnerable to hacking via image files.
A new opt-in feature helps groups of people meet up.
A report says the game's Japanese introduction is delayed due to fears that servers would buckle under the load.
The streaming service boasts over 83 million subscribers, but its rate of growth just isn't up to snuff.
A new video claims to show Apple's next iPhone side by side with the iPhone 6S. Is it the real deal?
You might not know ARM by name, but its technology powers the majority of smartphones. Now, ARM will become a subsidiary of a huge telecom company.
Nintendo is bringing back the NES as the Nintendo Classic Edition, a tiny version of the console with 30 games preloaded inside.
Nest's first product in a year isn't necessarily revolutionary, but it'll allow for Nest monitoring in an outdoor setting.
If you're a developer looking for fame, you might be interested in "Planet of the Apps."
If you signed in with a Google account, Pokemon Go on iOS could give the game developer full access to nearly all of your Google data.
CEO Elon Musk tweeted that part two of the "top secret Tesla masterplan" may arrive later in the week.
The popularity of Pokemon Go is good news for Nintendo...and hackers. An infected version of the hit mobile game is spreading malware and could take over Android phones.