HackerOne is a platform for companies to use for their “bug bounty” programs. It provides the means to receive, manage, and reward bug reports.
YouTube sent partners an updated Terms of Service today that will allow YouTube to begin charging fans a monthly fee.
If you have devices on a conference room table or running across a hallway, you might want to put a cable cover down to reduce the trip hazard.
Adobe made available the Adobe Document Cloud today along with updates Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader DC.
The Ultra Fit does offer a thin slit in the top of it to attach to a keychain but I was having a hard time finding anything to attach to that hole. Finally, I stumbled across something with a string loop on Amazon that might work.
CryptoMonitor is presenting itself as an anti-ransomware solution to protect against the latest malicious programs.
It addresses steps they have taken to make Android a safe ecosystem and how they responded to learning of new vulnerabilities.
It’s that time of year again. Here are some of the best of the web gags I have found this year.
Firefox 37.0 was released today and despite the bug fixes and new features, something else was much more noticeable.
Today is World Backup Day. March 31st is your annual reminder to backup your data so you don’t lose everything.
The build features in 10048 focused on Project Spartan.
If you choose to install Skype through the Windows Update, the install will have options that you could easily miss that will change your home page to MSN and search engine to Bing.