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Alibaba's Latest Payments Innovation: Selfie-Powered Transactions
The ecommerce giant is taking another step into the world of mobile payments – this time, using the selfie as an authentication tool.
Facebook Announces New Policies Regarding Names, Nudity and Controversial Content
Regulating shares among its 1.4 billion users across the world can be a slippery slope, the social network said.
BlackBerry Launches New, High-Security Tablet
It was developed with IBM and Samsung.
Majority of Global Merchants Fall Short on Card Data Security Compliance
As much as 80 percent failed interim tests, a new report says.
Latest Android Update Puts Emphasis on Security
If your Android phone gets stolen, a new feature makes sure it stays locked until it gets back in your hands.
CIA Sought to Hack Apple iPhones for Nearly a Decade
Top-secret documents suggest U.S. government researchers created a version of Apple's application development tool to create surveillance backdoors into programs distributed on the App Store.
Microsoft Warns Windows PCs Also Vulnerable to 'Freak' Attacks
Hundreds of millions of Windows PC users are vulnerable to attacks exploiting the recently uncovered security vulnerability, Microsoft says.
Apple Pay Hit by Wave of Fraudulent Transactions
The transactions stemmed from breaches at retail giants including Home Depot and Target.
Apple, Google Plan Fixes for Newly Uncovered 'Freak' Security Bug
The new security flaw is affecting mobile devices and Mac computers.
The $8.65 Billion Shift to New Credit Cards Won't Fix Security Issues
But retailers will be paying the price.
BlackBerry Makes Its Software Available on Apple, Android and Windows Devices
The company aims to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to many more smartphones and tablets.
5 Billion Android Apps Open to Hacking
Attackers are exploiting flaws in Google's popular operating system.
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This Might Be the Least Expensive Smart Lock Yet
It's also super easy to install.
Google to Hand Out 'Infinity Million' Dollars to Hackers Who Break Into Google Chrome
The search giant retires its annual hackathon, replaces it with an around-the-clock program that allows hackers to submit (and get paid for) finding bugs anytime, from anywhere.
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