Instagram is launching new tools aimed at boosting revenue for creators by adding badges to live videos and advertisements on IGTV.
A Chinese social media group run by an aide to a cabinet minister was used to promote a fundraiser to sue a journalist who reported on the Chinese government.
Established in 2014, Zoox provides a fully automated electric vehicle fleet and the supporting ecosystem.
On Tuesday, Twitter took its first action against a Trump tweet, by fact-checking his claim that mail-in voting leads to “substantially fraudulent” results.
If you want to see how the Cybertruck manages to fit in the Boring Company’s mile-long underground tunnel, you’ll have to go watch Jay Leno’s Garage this Wednesday, May 27 at 10pm EST.
Apple is helping third-party repair shops out during the pandemic.
Apple is planning to fit ambient light sensors to future versions of the AirPods – sensors which could make them much more useful as health monitoring devices.
Mozilla, Engine, Reddit, Reform Government Surveillance, Twitter, i2Coalition, and Patreon have asked four US legislators to explicitly prohibit the warrantless collection of internet search and browsing history.
Messages on macOS might be getting a much-needed upgrade.
The new device will launch as part of a new startup “Syng” headed up by Christopher Stringer, a former Apple employee who spent two decades at the Cupertino company.
A group of high school students who were unable to submit their Advanced Placement exams earlier this month because of technical glitches are suing the College Board.
Netflix is doing consumers a favor by implementing a system that flags inactive accounts for possible cancellation.