Instant messaging service WhatsApp has announced it will encrypt all its users' communications from Tuesday.

For a brief moment, Ars Technica published a detailed article listing all the new features coming to Android N. It was taken down, but not before the page got archived on sites like Reddit and other Android blogs. Here’s exactly what we learned from the leak.

A judge in the United States has ruled that Apple cannot be forced to give the FBI access to a locked iPhone in a case that echoes an ongoing legal battle.

In the second of a series of matches, Google’s AI has again beaten the world champion of Go, Lee Sedol. The best-of-five tournament now requires the AI to win just once more to be crowned champion.

Seagate’s new SSD will be very, very fast indeed. In fact, able to transfer data at up to 10GBps, it’s 6GBps faster than its previous best—and it’s claimed it will be the fastest in the world.

Web users are struggling to reach some of the world’s most well-known websites – including Twitter, Spotify, Github, Reddit and AirBnB – after the managed DNS service they use, Dyn, was hit by what appears to have been a significant distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.

Messaging app firm Snapchat has announced its first gadget - sunglasses with a built-in camera.

Facebook announced a new change to the algorithm that powers its News Feed. This time, the change is meant to make the stories you see “more personally informative.”

Amazon has started screening video clips in some of its warehouses showing how employees accused of stealing were caught and fired, according to a report by Bloomberg.

People have been inking decorative marks on their skin for thousands of years, as part of cultural traditions or as personal adornment. But a new spin on this old art form brought tattoos tolife like never before: A combination of animation and a technique called projection mapping creates magical tapestries of light and movement that flow, slither and march over a person's body in real time.

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