US Air Force drone documents found for sale on the dark web for $200

July 17, 2018

You never quite know what you’ll find on the dark web. In June, a threat intelligence team known as Insikt Group at security research firm Recorded Future discovered the sale of sensitive U.S. military information in the course of monitoring criminal activity on dark web marketplaces. Insikt explains that an English-speaking hacker purported to have documentation on the MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle. Remarkably, the hacker appears to have been…


Hinge employs new algorithm to find your ‘most compatible’ match for you

July 14, 2018

There are always more fish in the sea. The once-comforting relationship advice has turned out to be a prophetic and overwhelming reality in the world of app and online dating. With ever-mounting numbers of profiles to look through and scrutinize for potential compatibility, one can start to feel stuck in a cycle of flirtation, failed first dates and constant repetition. Hinge’s new feature, Most Compatible, aims to break that cycle…


Spain’s Cabify ‘categorically denies’ that it is in negotiations for a full or partial sale to Lyft

July 11, 2018

Transportation-on-demand service Lyft, now valued at over $15 billion after raising another $600 million in June, is on the hunt to scale its business. One move it might not be making soon, however, is to expand operations into Spain and Latin America by way of an acquisition of one of the leading players in the region. Cabify says it “categorically denies” that it is in conversations with Lyft for a…