Experience the Paris vigils using the New York Times' VR app
The New York Times use of VR in journalism is already showing its value, even in its early stages.
Let's have an argument about encryption
A backdoor isn't a privacy problem, it's a security one.
Anonymous goes to war with ISIS over Paris attacks
The hacker collective promises massive cyberattacks, social media shenanigans.
Airbnb helps Paris attack victims' families find free places to stay
Airbnb's portal lists free rentals for anyone affected by the Paris terrorist attacks.
Facebook expands scope of Safety Checks following Paris attacks
Facebook will now switch on its Safety Check for more than just natural disasters.
Arrested Uber France executives will stand trial on September 30th
The two Uber executives who were arrested yesterday will stand trial on September 30th, according...
France's anti-drone drone can spot malicious pilots in under a minute
Paris has been hit with a spate of anonymously-piloted drones flying over key landmarks, governmen...
Court rules that UberPOP cars can still pick you up in Paris
Uber's Paris headquarters were recently raided by 25 policemen, but a court has now ruled that its...
Uber suspends French driver accused of sexual assault
French news daily Le Parisien reports that Uber has suspended one of its French drivers after his...