Strip me down and bathe me in maple syrup — it's pancake time.
If you see me with random words on my face, I'm totally fine.
“This is an invasive maneuver resulting in poor user experiences.”
“My host said to me, ‘I don’t know what you’ve done in your private life, but you’re not allowed into this building.’”
Order at your own risk.
It’s already impossible for users to tell what’s #sponsored or not on Instagram.
”The report is absurd on many levels and further demonstrates that Clearview simply does not understand the harms of its technology in law enforcement hands.”
Twitter Got A Big Tax Break To Stay In San Francisco. Now Jack Dorsey Says Its Future Is No Longer In The City.
As Twitter's home city nears a vote limiting new office space construction, the company may be forced to locate its workforce elsewhere.
As they stole stories from real newspapers, these sites baffled scientists, activists, and journalists. Until now.
The billion-dollar e-cigarette startup is fighting for its life. Employees are calling out the chaos and considering jumping ship, according to internal documents and audio obtained by BuzzFeed News.
Clearview AI Once Told Cops To “Run Wild” With Its Facial Recognition Tool. It's Now Facing Legal Challenges.
One of Clearview AI's investors defended the company, “We do not have to be hidden to be free.”
It’s built a site to review all your stuff.
The scheme, dubbed “DiCaprio,” shows how common ad fraud has become in the connected TV industry.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Came To India To Invest A Billion Dollars. Traditional Retailers Shouted At Him To Go Back Home.
Amazon's aggressive discounts in India have angered traditional retailers who say that online shopping is killing their business.
Our love affair with salad in the 2010s got a lot of people sick. Maybe it’s time to end our relationship with lettuce as we know it.
New documents and interviews reveal how time after time, the e-commerce giant put speed, profit, and explosive growth before public safety.
During an unprecedented tech boom, the Bay Area asked itself who its real enemies were — and nobody liked the answers.
This Teacher Makes $40,000 A Year. This Lawyer Makes $210,000 A Year. That Explains The American Economy.
A decade after the great recession, our politics are different, but our finances are worse.
Get ready for a listing boom over the next 20 years in retirement destinations like Miami, Orlando, Tampa, and Tucson.
Earlier this year, one woman stumbled into a side hustle that’s resulted in hundreds of free Amazon products, worth tens of thousands of dollars.
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.