Apple has announced it’s delaying the launch of its HomePod until “early 2018.”
Twitter has released a new set of rules governing how it goes about awarding its blue “verified” badges to users and has begun stripping the accounts that violate its guidelines after coming under fire last week for giving one to Jason Kessler, the white nationalist who organized the infamous “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Federal prosecutors have charged an Illinois man accused of acting as the spokesman for AlphaBay, a dark-web marketplace that facilitated hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of drug deals and other illegal transactions prior to being seized by authorities earlier this year.
The White House has opened up about the so-called Vulnerabilities Equities Process (VEP) established during the Obama administration, providing its first public explanation of how the government goes about determining whether to disclose cybersecurity flaws or keep them secret.
The Kremlin on Wednesday downplayed the seriousness of Russia’s Ministry of Defense being caught sharing a video-game screenshot and calling it “irrefutable evidence” of the United States aiding Islamic State terrorists.