Apple’s popular earbuds can make things awkward when someone refuses to ever take them out — or forgets they’re there.
Questions have emerged on Capitol Hill about how Twitter handles death threats on its platform.
Following leaks and employee revolts, the absences raise questions about the future of transparency at Google.
Advertisers will no longer be able to hide their ads from people interested in things like “Passover,” “Evangelicalism,” “Native American culture,” “Islamic culture,” and “Buddhism.”
Silicon Valley’s giants are looking for future crises before they happen.
A bird emerges from the ashes.
“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.
A new feature from Twitter brings Trending, Moments, search, and live video together.
Perhaps we’ve reached the limit of things we can blame on technology?
Please help us figure this one out. Please.
Act like a jerk, and Twitter will start limiting how often your tweets show up.
The groups, including one with more than 200,000 members, vanished after BuzzFeed News contacted Instagram.
BuzzFeed News senior technology reporter Alex Kantrowitz digs into the latest news, strategy, and inner workings of the Gang of Four.
John Legend is living his best life inside a smart speaker, and other technological advances.
Don't worry, you won't be matched with your friends.
Hello? Anyone else here? Just me? Okay.
A Twitter spokesperson confirmed the new Twitter feature to BuzzFeed News. Twitter's aggressive move into news continues.
Verified accounts turning themselves into bots, millions of fake likes and comments, a dirty world of engagement trading inside Telegram groups. Welcome to the secret underbelly of Instagram.
The company is releasing its internal content moderation guidelines and creating an appeals process for individual posts that get taken down.
Would you pay $10.99 per month for Facebook? How about $50?