Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has just announced that on Monday, one billion people used Facebook in a single day.
Authorities in China have revealed that over 15,000 people have been arrested as part of the country's program to curb cybercrime.
We at HardwareZone use Hangouts for our own internal chats, and it's been a hassle to keep heading back into Gmail in order to get at that little chat window. No more.
Mozilla has updated Firefox for Windows 10 with a more streamlined look and the ability to use your default search engine when searching the Web via Windows 10's search field.
G is for Google. In a huge sweeping restructuring move, Google is now part of a large holding company called Alphabet.
Apple recently did a major revamp of its main website by integrating its Online Store. It replaces the "Store" tab with a "Buy" button on each product page. Hit the link to find out more.
Have you visited Yahoo lately? Beware, because the company's ad network has been used by hackers to send malicious code to computers that have visited Yahoo's portal since July 28.
Ever wanted to replicate that hologram Tupac Coachella show on your mobile phone? Now you can! Sorta.
Facebook announced today that they’ve completed construction of their first full-scale aircraft, Aquila, which will provide free internet through the air. It has the wingspan of a Boeing 737 and can stay in the air for up to 90 days. It also looks like a stealth bomber.
While laws about drone use are still being debated upon in many countries, Amazon has proposed reserving a section of airspace devoted to commercial drone use.