Articles about Motherboard

Sensitive Skype, Cortana recordings reviewed on insecured PCs in China

12 Jan 2020

Technology
Sensitive Skype, Cortana recordings reviewed on insecured PCs in China

A few months ago, Motherboard made a shocking revelation that Microsoft has been sending "poorly secured" Cortana and Skype recordings to human contractors.

Apparently, hackers behind Microsoft outlook breach stole users' bitcoins

03 May 2019

Technology
Apparently, hackers behind Microsoft outlook breach stole users' bitcoins

A few weeks back, we reported about the breach of Microsoft's primary consumer email service, Outlook.

Stalkers impersonate cops to steal real-time location of their targets

11 Mar 2019

Technology
Stalkers impersonate cops to steal real-time location of their targets

We often hear about big tech companies' efforts to safeguard customers' data.

Apparently, hackers use stolen prototypes for breaking into iPhones

08 Mar 2019

Technology
Apparently, hackers use stolen prototypes for breaking into iPhones

Apple's production lines are so massive that it's easy to imagine iPhones being smuggled out of there.

Facebook is beta testing a Tinder-like feature for friends

08 Sep 2017

Technology
Facebook is beta testing a Tinder-like feature for friends

Facebook wants you to meet your friends more often, for which it's now beta testing a new feature in Messenger.