WhatsApp Users Beware! Messaging Service Reveals Major Security FlawWhatsApp has revealed a vulnerability in its system that could have allowed hackers access to its users' phones, with a London-based human rights lawyer possibly among the targets.
Disney Takes Full Control Of Hulu As Big Media Players Navigate StreamDisney is taking full control of Hulu, extending the reach of its streaming abilities.
St. Thomas University Enters The Future Of Sports With First eSports TeamSt. Thomas University is about to kick off a brand new football program this summer, but that's not the only new 'sport' recruiting players on campus.
Teen Sues Apple For $1 Billion Over Facial-Recognition ArrestA New York man is suing Apple for $1 billion, claiming the tech giant's facial-recognition software wrongly linked him to a series of thefts from Apple stores.
Facebook Deals With Security Breach, Millions Of User Records ExposedMore than 540 million records of Facebook users were publicly exposed on Amazon's cloud computing service.
Facebook Down: Users Reporting Widespread Problems On Site And InstagramFacebook is having problems Wednesday morning that's preventing people from posting. 
Lauren's List: Making Social Media A More Positive PlaceThere is a lot of negativity on social media sometimes, but today's "Lauren's List" has some tips for making your social media a more positive and inspiring place to be.
National Day Of Unplugging: Ditch The Electronic Device For 24 HoursMany people across the country will be taking a break from technology.
Services Now In Place To Block Those Annoying RobocallsSeveral cellphone providers are introducing a new technology used to get rid of annoying robocalls.
Viral '10-Year-Challenge' Could Put Your Cyber Security At Risk, Experts WarnWeb analysts estimate it's generated more than five million Facebook interactions in only three days, but experts are reminding people the more data you share the more of a target you become.
Facebook: Bug Exposed 6.8 Million Users' PhotosFacebook announced on Friday that the social network had exposed the private photos of millions of users without their permission.