Criminals use IRS website to steal data on 104,000 people
- A "sophisticated" organized crime syndicate used the IRS website to steal tax forms full of personal financial information on 104,000 taxpayers.
Don't Fall for These Memorial Day Scams
- What most people see as a patriotic holiday, crooks see as an opportunity to prey on support for military members shown each Memorial Day.
Google files patent for creepy teddy bear
- The toy could control other Wi-Fi-connected devices.
Happy Birthday YouTube!
- The video sharing site is turning 10 years old this month.
Selling your Android phone? Don't. It keeps your data.
- If you recently sold your old Android phone, chances are your text messages, emails, pictures and Facebook key are still in there, even if you wiped its memory clean.
St. Louis Fed hit with hack
- Visitors to parts of the St. Louis Federal Reserve's website last month were sent to phony sites that could be used to steal their personal information.
Tim Cook: How Steve Jobs changed the world
- In a powerful commencement address to George Washington University graduates, Apple CEO Tim Cook implored the class of 2015 to follow in the footsteps of Steve Jobs.
Dating app Hinge cracks down on cheaters
- If you're one of the 3.6 percent of Hinge users who are married, engaged or in a relationship, you might have some explaining to do.
Starbucks customers reportedly hacked through phone app
- According to various reports, criminals are hijacking consumers' coffee accounts, draining the stored value of their cards, then using Starbucks' auto-reload function to hack consumers' associated debit and credit cards.
Facebook starts partnership with nine news publishers
- Right now you're reading this story on KGNS.tv, but someday you could be reading it within Facebook's app.
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