Facebook, Instagram outage spreads globally...
Reports on Downdetector, a website for reporting problems on applications and websites, have ranged from troubles logging into accounts to the inability to post comments or photos.
on 2019-03-13 23:32 UTC
Facebook turns to Twitter to explain outages... CNN | 2019-03-13 20:31 UTC
Facebook, the world's largest social network, relied on Twitter on Wednesday to explain that its apps inclding WhatsApp and Instagram were experiencing outages around the world.
on 2019-03-13 23:31 UTC
Killing Off Windows 7 Won't Be Easy, New Data Shows...
Windows 7 is projected to be retired in January 2020, but all the data seems to indicate that doing this won't be easy for Microsoft.Last month, for example, instead of going down, Windows 7 actually increased its market share, getting closer to leade
Why I Regret Upgrading to an iPhone XS...
I've had my iPhone XS for a little over three months, and it's driving me crazy. Not the whole thing. The phone is beautiful, fast, a joy to use. What's driving me crazy is an increasingly complex network of scratches on the display glass. The
Trump's Big Tech Bluster...
His tweets criticize Facebook and Google, but the Antitrust Division of the Justice Department is making life easier for potential monopolists in Silicon Valley.
Spectre-a-like 'Spoiler' flaw affects all Intel Core CPUs...
"My personal opinion is that when it comes to the memory subsystem, it's very hard to make any changes and it's not something you can patch easily with microcode without losing tremendous performance. So I don't think we will see a patch for this type of attack in the next five years and that could
on 2019-03-06 21:21 UTC
Cryptocurrency miners exploit Docker flaw...
According to Imperva research, a container flaw reported last month (CVE-2019-5736) in Docker's remote API has already been taken advantage of by hundreds of attackers. Imperva claims that they were able to locate 3,822 Docker hosts with the remote AP
Phone numbers are the new Social Security numbers... Axios | 2019-03-05 15:00 UTC
Cellphone numbers have become a primary way for tech companies like Facebook to uniquely identify users and secure accounts, in some ways becoming a proxy for a national ID. Why it matters: That over-reliance on cellphone numbers ironically makes them a l