Mobile Minutes: Facebook controversy; CIA hack leaks; Trump's tech hiring; Ride-hailing leads to gridlock
Convicted pedophiles use the social network to share such images, and reporting them doesn't necessarily lead to their removal, according to the BBC.
Anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks on Tuesday said it had obtained a secret trove of hacking tools used by the CIA to break into or circumvent the security of phones, communication apps and other devices, and published confidential documents describing those programs.
To understand the risk to corporate America from the new U.S. administration's border policies, listen in on a conversation being held on the other side of the world.
When Uber arrived in New York City in 2011, subway ridership was soaring and the medallions required to drive a yellow cab were selling for a sky-high $1 million.