Hackers Interfere With Police Radio Communications During Black Lives Matter ProtestsAuthorities are investigating interference with radio communications and websites or networks used by police and other officials during protests.
North Texan Who Used App To Buy Used Computer Ends Up With Stolen OneThe app known as letgo connects people looking to buy and sell used products. But in some cases, there's no way to tell who or what is on the other end of the sale.
Better Business Bureau Issues Warning To Watch Out For Fake Vacation Rental ListingsWhether you're using Facebook, Airbnb or VRBO, consumers should report any suspicious listings.
Retailers Step Up Personalization On Their WebsitesOnline retailers are trying to build stronger connections with shoppers used to the customization of Amazon.
Dallas Based Match Group Plans To Raise Up To $466.2M From IPOThe owner of Tinder, Match.com and OkCupid hopes to raise as much as $466.2 million in an initial public offering, to put the value of the dating site company near $3 billion.
Ad Blockers Rise As Ads Annoy, Bog Down WebsitesWhile ad blockers help users navigate websites, they also threaten the livelihood of websites and publishers that depend heavily on advertising revenue.
Internet "Heartbleed" Bug Exposing Passwords To HackersWe’ve all seen the icon of a padlock preceding an “https:” internet URL. A major security bug officially called CVE-2014-0160, but given the name Heartbleed because it can bleed information from websites, has compromised that security.