Google lets sports teams and artists post on its search pages
Posts on Google isn't just for political candidates anymore.
iPhone muggers turn to phishing to access the device
What's worse than muggers? Tech-savvy ones.
Driver murders prompt Uber to tighten security in Brazil
A tenfold increase in crime shows the risk of cash payments.
How artificial intelligence can be corrupted to repress free speech
It's easier than you think, even here in America.
ICYMI: Temporary tat yourself for user interface
Control your computer from a shiny golden tattoo. So many wins.
Facebook starts testing live photo and video filters
The mobile app feature, however, is still in its experimental stages.
Facebook and Twitter helped catch suspected militants in Brazil
Though they normally butt heads, investigators and tech titans teamed up to prevent potential Olympic catastrophe.
The After Math: Pay up
The money you owe me. Want. Find. Give.
Brazil freezes Facebook funds over WhatsApp evidence spat
Roughly $6-million of the social network's cash is being held to cover fines.