The wearable camera's first-person footage is wonderfully — and surprisingly — personal. But Snapchat's new 3D effects don't add much.
The policy may be less sweeping than CEO Jack Dorsey initially announced.
The company is also being sued for claiming a pill could prevent CTE — which it hired former NFL players to endorse.
Yelp launched 15 years ago in October, and for most of its existence it's been in an epic battle with Google. Here's why its CEO keeps fighting and keeps focusing on trust.
Dozens of journalists, activists, and politicians were spied on in India. The Indian government hasn’t confirmed whether it ordered the hack.
Students Are Going To Law School For Three Years To Get Executive JDs, But None Of Them Are Becoming Lawyers
A little-known and lightly regulated online school is offering students a three-year degree in the law with just one catch: They won’t be allowed to be lawyers after they graduate.
When the marketing team behind brands like Sweetgreen and Everlane found themselves burning out, they shifted their business focus to doing something about it. But if capitalism caused this problem, can capitalism fix it?
BuzzFeed News found no evidence that TikTok blocks pro–Hong Kong democracy videos — or that many American teens were interested in the protests.
Gabb is the only smartphone with no browser, no apps, no email. Is this heaven, or is it made for 11-year-olds?
Facebook ads touting “free” products are actually fake review programs commissioned by Amazon sellers.
We thought trade would bring Western values to China. Instead, it brought Chinese values to Apple.
Are You Luna Lovegood? Sabrina? Morticia? Take This Spooky Aesthetic Quiz To Unveil Your Inner Witch
This is not a Mad Lib. This is the news.
The iconic teen retailer announced it would file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Sunday as fashions shift and physical stores aren’t the draw they once were.
A head-scratching look back at Adam Neumann, who made WeWork's mission "to elevate the world’s consciousness," as he steps down as CEO.
WeWork Refused To Host A Fundraising Event In London For An Abortion Charity Because It’s “Politically Sensitive”
In email correspondence seen by BuzzFeed News, WeWork said it needed "to act cautiously in seemingly supporting one side".
Elon Musk Paid A Private Investigator $50,000 To Dig Up Dirt On A British Cave Rescuer He Called A "Pedo Guy"
“When I said ‘pedo guy,’ I didn’t mean that he was literally a pedophile; it was just an insult.”
The company’s sleek stores changed retail but have struggled to keep shoppers amazed.
You'll find me reading these where the "trees make canopies over-head and where you can sit on top of them and see forever."
A community of Orthodox Jews prospers by selling products on Amazon — and keeping one foot in modernity and one foot out.
Amazon’s Next-Day Delivery Has Brought Chaos And Carnage To America’s Streets — But The World’s Biggest Retailer Has A System To Escape The Blame
Deaths and devastating injuries. A litany of labor violations. Drivers forced to urinate in their vans. Here is how Amazon’s gigantic, decentralized, next-day delivery network brought chaos, exploitation, and danger to communities across America.
“I think the only way to feel reasonably confident about this project is if you ignore what’s happened over the past 16 months.”
Zillow made more than 40% of its revenue last quarter from selling homes.
Ciara Newton had her dream job at a Shell refinery. But she was fired after enduring months of harassment, including sexist comments from supervisors and a lewd sticker.
It's all about psychology.
Macy's Admits It "Missed The Mark" For Selling A Portion-Sized Plate That Some People Online Aren't Happy About
"We apologise to our customers for missing the mark on this product."
Verizon will now run AT&T’s email business as well as its portal, BuzzFeed News has learned.
At VidCon’s 10-Year Anniversary, Influencers, Fans, And Brands All Seem Ready To Leave YouTube Behind
Get ready to feel so old that you turn to dust.
The new tool tells you how an ad was targeted and which third-party agency or data broker was used. It also links to pages to opt out.
Here are all the businesses, brands and subsidiaries (we know of) owned by “The Everything Store.”