They Worked In Big Tech And Lived The American Dream. Now They Might Be Forced To Leave The Country.
Some former tech employees on work visas in the US are experiencing an existential crisis: “Is it worth staying here for a job and country that doesn’t care about you?”
Mass Layoffs Are Happening At Amazon
About 10,000 people could lose their jobs.
Laid-Off Meta Workers On US Visas Say The Company Has Left Them Hanging
CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised them immigration support, but ex-employees told BuzzFeed News they are getting “radio silence.”
Meta Has Cut More Than 11,000 Workers In Its First-Ever Mass Layoffs
Facebook's parent company is letting go of about 13% of its staff, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced.
If You Were Laid Off From A Tech Company And Are On A US Work Visa, We Want To Hear Your Story
We’ll never share your name or other personal details without your permission.
A New WhatsApp “Communities” Feature Makes Organizing Groups A Snap. Critics Say It Will Make Spreading Misinformation Easier.
A researcher doubts WhatsApp's claim that Communities will "meaningfully reduce the spread of potentially harmful misinformation."
I Got A $30 Clip That Lets Me Use My iPhone As A Webcam, And Honestly, I’ll Never Go Back
It’s all possible thanks to Apple’s fantastic new “Continuity Camera” feature.
Here Are All The New Features In Apple's October Update For iPhones
iOS 16.1 brings iCloud shared photo libraries, Clean Energy Charging, and... a "high-yield" savings account?
Here’s What It’s Like Inside India’s “Well Of Death”
“I can still remember the roar of cars in my ears and the wooden platform shuddering below my feet as the performers zoomed past.”
A Strategically Placed AirTag Led Police To A Dumpster Full Of Stolen Democratic Campaign Signs
More than 100 signs, including ones for John Fetterman, were swiped from lawns in an affluent Philadelphia suburb.
Google Will Start Letting You Know When You Can't Just Google It
A series of updates to the way search results are returned and prioritized aims to fight misinformation with content advisories.
Here’s Why A Bunch Of Lawmakers Are Asking Questions About TikTok
The past few months have seen growing concerns about the company’s Chinese ownership amid leaks and former employees speaking out in two separate BuzzFeed News reports.
For $35, The Facebook Portal Is Actually Worth Trying Out
I know what you’re thinking, but just hear me out.
Elon Musk Doesn’t Seem To Realize That Twitter Is Already A Free Speech Warrior In Countries Where It Actually Matters.
This week, Twitter sued India. Under Musk, it probably wouldn’t bother.
TikTok Has Responded To US Lawmakers To Confirm BuzzFeed News' Report That US Users’ Data Was Accessed From China
TikTok's response to Republican senators comes days after an FCC commissioner called on the heads of Apple and Google to pull the app from its stores.
An FCC Commissioner Wants TikTok Removed From App Stores After BuzzFeed News Found American User Data Was Repeatedly Accessed In China
Nine Republican senators have also written to the company's CEO demanding answers.
Here Are The Big New Features Coming To Your Apple Devices
New tricks for old gadgets. What's not to like?
Big Tech Thought It Had A Billion Users In The Bag. Now It Might Be Forced To Make Hard Choices To Get Them.
Long viewed as the world’s biggest market for “the next billion users,” India is fast becoming Silicon Valley’s biggest headache.
A Lot Of The Internet Went Down This Morning
Amazon, Reddit, and many news websites went missing for at least an hour.
WhatsApp Is Suing The Indian Government To Protect People’s Privacy
The company is fighting back against new rules that go into effect today in India.