Amazon said only names and emails were exposed — but you should protect your account anyway. Here's the definitive guide.
Be extra vigilant during the shopping holiday. Sellers will manipulate ratings to catch your eye and trick you into buying a product that doesn’t actually have good reviews.
Set a reminder to take a break from Facebook or Instagram, and see how many minutes you're spending on the apps.
Facebook’s proposed technology would analyze your #wifey tags, shared IP addresses, and photos to predict whom you live with.
Massive tax breaks, an exclusive airport lounge, and a William Shatner cameo for Star Trek-obsessed CEO Jeff Bezos.
Instead of pushing buttons, you can control Amazon’s new microwave with your voice.
During the past two years, researchers estimate cryptocurrencies generated between 3 million and 15 million tons of carbon emissions.
The XR is an iPhone under $1,000, with the features of an iPhone over $1,000.
Amazon’s newest e-reader is waterproof and costs $130.
A new security notice returns different results depending on your account's level of exposure.
The Chrome OS–powered tablet has a fingerprint sensor and Google Assistant built in.
It has a robot call screener, a larger display, and lots of new camera features.
The voice-activated gadget will frame all your best pictures, play YouTube videos, and show live footage from your connected security cam. And it answers questions too.
Facebook is currently struggling to reassure the public that it’s capable of protecting their privacy.
Want to use your Spotify account without a Facebook log-in? Officially, you probably can’t — but there's a workaround.
The redhead emojis, as well as new curly haired, gray-haired, and bald characters, are available today through the iOS public beta program.
Your Account On Facebook — And Websites That Use Facebook Login — Could Be Compromised. Here’s What We Know.
Facebook still has no idea who the attackers are.
Google's CEO Will Testify Before The US House Over Claims The Tech Giant Is Biased Against Conservatives
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will appear before the US House Judiciary Committee later this year to address arguments that the search engine displays bias against conservatives.
“New features and products related to Amazon’s devices business” are expected.
Charges filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission allege Facebook and 10 other employers hid job ads on the social media platform from women.