It’s impossible to turn off the option to let kids watch movies and videos during calls with Grandma.
The new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips give a ton of power to new 14- and 16-inch laptops.
“I don’t care about made up satanism or pedo rings… The very first post I read here was about Gary Busey trying to use gold doubloons as legitimate currency and tbh I would just like more of that please.”
Edgenuity offers to help schools pivot from “brick to click” during the pandemic, but to many parents, teachers, and students, the cost-saving program comes at the expense of a quality education.
The 29-year-old’s cooking videos are blissfully anti–diet culture.
Facebook's apps were down for more than six hours.
How A Guy Who Tells You How To Buy A PS5 Accidentally Became The World’s Most Powerful Tech Journalist
A year ago, Matt Swider was a journeyman consumer tech reporter. Now he’s a celebrity.
You don't even have to try is an incredible feature in a smartphone camera.
The most important question about Amazon's newest innovation.
“We believe building 'Instagram Kids' is the right thing to do, but we're pausing the work,” Instagram’s head wrote on the company blog.
“I mean, it is defamation.”
True crime enthusiasts have always been around, but the internet has taken amateur sleuthing to new heights.
Facebook’s new battery-powered Portal is portable and intended for your boss AND your grandparents.
A $7 horse deworming treatment is commanding prices as high as $45 on Amazon thanks to unfounded claims that it is a cure for COVID.
Wealth is omnipresent on the new Hulu reality series The D’Amelio Show, and in the lives of powerhouse influencer families generally. So why won’t they address it?
Better camera, faster chip. Steve Jobs’ fairly consequential idea continues to improve at the expected rate. Plus, new iPads!
But how would you explain this miracle of technological sophistication to the simple people of the past?
The Real Facebook Oversight Board wants content moderation, and it wants it now. What happens when journalists are targeted?
Ray-Ban Stories can take photos and videos with a touch of a button and send them to your phone.
Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Lied Again And Again To Make Billions Of Dollars And Earn Public Adoration, Prosecutors Said On The First Day Of Her Trial
“Now, in the end, Theranos failed and Ms. Holmes walked away with nothing,” an attorney for Holmes said. “But failure is not a crime.”
Uber And Lyft Have Pledged To Cover Their Drivers' Legal Fees If They Get Sued Under The Texas Abortion Law
"Imagine being a pregnant woman trying to get a healthcare appointment and not knowing if your driver will cancel on you for fear of breaking a law," a Lyft blog post reads.
Arizona and Georgia will be the first states to get Apple's digital ID.
Elizabeth Holmes Might Accuse Her Ex-Boyfriend Of Clouding Her Judgment From Mental And Sexual Abuse
The founder and former CEO of the disgraced blood diagnostics company Theranos is facing a dozen fraud charges.
OnlyFans' Ban On Adult Content Cost Sex Workers Followers And Money. Now The Company Says It's Changed Its Mind.
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As of February 2020, 88 law enforcement and government-affiliated agencies in 24 countries outside the United States have tried to use controversial facial recognition technology Clearview AI, according to a BuzzFeed News investigation.
People who operate on the fringes of Instagram’s community guidelines say they’ve resorted to desperate measures after losing their accounts, turning to dealers who say they have a back door to the platform.
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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.
Employees are departing the personal styling company, while those who remain fear their jobs are gradually being replaced by an algorithm. “We know the ultimate goal of Stitch Fix was to get rid of us,” one employee said.
The new policy takes effect Oct. 1.