Stadia Is Google’s New YouTube-Focused Streaming Service For Games
Players can instantly play Stadia’s internet-based games without having to download them, on any device.
It Just Got Easier To Spend Your Money On Instagram
The initial launch includes 20 different brands, including Zara, H&M, and Uniqlo.
Facebook Is Under Criminal Investigation Over Data Deals With Other Companies
According to a New York Times report, federal prosecutors have subpoenaed the records of at least two smartphone companies.
Facebook And Instagram Suffered A Blackout
On Thursday morning, Facebook said the outage was the result of a "server configuration change" and the issues were resolved.
Twitter Is Testing A Redesigned Version Of Its App. Here's What It Looks Like.
Spotify Premium Subscribers Can Now Get Hulu With Ads For Free
But you'll have to opt into the bundle soon.
Musical.ly, Also Called TikTok, Will Pay A $5.7 Million Settlement To FTC For Allegedly Taking Kids’ Info
As a result of a settlement reached with FTC, Musical.ly users under 13 will not be able to share videos or maintain a profile on the lip-synching platform starting today.
United Airlines And Delta Confirm That Their Premium Economy Screens Have Cameras
Following passenger concerns over cameras spotted on Singapore and American Airlines flights, a United spokesperson told BuzzFeed News that its cameras “have never been activated,” while Delta said that its cameras “are not functional.”
People Are Worried About Singapore Airlines' Entertainment System Cameras. Turns Out, American Airlines Has Cameras, Too.
American Airlines told BuzzFeed News that the camera hardware “has never been activated.”
There's A $2,000 Foldable Samsung Phone Now, And People Have Thoughts
Surprise! Samsung's new, incredibly expensive phone transforms from something small enough to hold in your hand into a tablet. Why though?
Samsung’s New Galaxy S10 Phone Can Wirelessly Charge Other Phones
The new flagship phones have an invisible, underscreen fingerprint sensor and can charge other phones.
Amazon Bought A Router Company You've Never Heard Of. Here Is Why It's A Huge Deal.
Experts are concerned about what Amazon’s acquisition of Eero means for consumer privacy.
Amazon's Jeff Bezos Claims The National Enquirer Tried To Blackmail Him Over Dick Pics
"Rather than capitulate to extortion and blackmail, I’ve decided to publish exactly what they sent me, despite the personal cost and embarrassment they threaten."
Update Your iPhone ASAP — There's Now A Fix For The Group FaceTime Bug
You should update your iPhone's iOS software as soon as possible.
How Slack’s New Logo Became a Lightning Rod For Everything Bad On The Internet
Designers in 2019 face all kinds of challenges. One of them: figuring out how trolls are going to turn their logos into swastikas or human genitalia.
Apple Just Shut Down Google's Internal iOS Apps
Apple has revoked Google's developer certificate, which disables internal apps used by the company's employees.
A FaceTime Bug Allows You To Access Someone's iPhone Camera And Microphone Before They Pick Up
BuzzFeed News confirmed that the FaceTime bug exposes the call recipient's front-facing iPhone camera before it is answered if a volume button is pressed.
Stolen Artwork Is All Over Amazon — And Creators Want The Company To Do Something About It
Independent artists, who aren’t afforded the same protection as big brands on Amazon, say that fighting copyright infringement by third-party sellers is never-ending. They want that to change.
Millions Of "Fortnite" Accounts Were Exposed By A Security Flaw
Epic Games, the company behind the popular video game Fortnite, acknowledged the vulnerability and said it had been “addressed.”
Debit Cards Suddenly Stopped Working For Ally Bank Customers
This morning, customers of the online-only Ally Bank couldn’t use their debit cards, which is the only way they can access their funds.