"This is going to end in tears and death."
"This phrase should not have appeared in trends, and we’re sorry for this mistake."
Thinking about homeownership fills me with despair, so I started looking at houses that cost more than $10 million. What I found was tacky, gilded-and-marble joy.
A new iPad Pro with Face ID, a long-awaited update to the MacBook Air, a new Mac Mini, and a new Apple Pencil, too.
Voter records are public, but when an app gives up that information to anyone who has your phone number, it feels invasive.
A nonprofit claims its request to obtain genealogical records from state archives was brushed aside in favor of Ancestry’s request.
A new security notice returns different results depending on your account's level of exposure.
Want to limit your kid's time on the iPad or iPhone? The new Screen Time feature is a parental control to set limits for your child (or yourself).
“We’re planning on taking some time off to explore our curiosity and creativity again,” said cofounder and CEO Kevin Systrom.
It's called Times Newer Roman and it looks like a teacher-approved font — just, uh, bigger.
Royal Caribbean cruises and Subway sandwiches play a big part in the latest two Netflix movies. Are they ads?
Emergency rooms are seeing people injured on scooters, or by tripping over them, but there’s no hard data on how many. Officials are looking to start collecting this information as they consider scooter regulations.
Former and current executives at Tinder have filed a lawsuit claiming the parent company swindled them out of valuable stock options and covered up sexual harassment.
A guy literally used it as a public bathroom pass.
The city voted for no new cars to hit the streets for a year while it does a study on the effects of ride-hail apps on the city.
The new $10 plan starts Aug. 15.
It's been a wild year for moviegoers.
The company told customers its service outage was due to a "technical issue."
There’s no good reason to have a public feed of your Venmo activity.
No Twitter, no email: Kids today have it pretty good — if their parents can figure out how to set up their phones, that is.