The country’s first “everything store” has lost 96% of its market value since it went public in 2003.
We are captives to our phones, they are having a deleterious effect on society, and no one is coming to help us. On the upside, this is a great phone.
Walmart acquired the lingerie company Bare Necessities, which lists “crotchless panties” as one of its top styles.
“We just wanted to come in and hand a petition and go away,” the driver told BuzzFeed News.
A Canadian judge granted Estée Lauder’s request to remove Brandon Truaxe from the company for “causing irreparable harm to Deciem’s business.”
“We have a responsibility to protect your information," Mark Zuckerberg said in March. "If we can’t, we don’t deserve it."
What Facebook’s partisan purge means.
A new security notice returns different results depending on your account's level of exposure.
The FBI Is Now Investigating Facebook’s Security Breach Where Attackers Had Access To 30 Million Users’ Personal Information
The attack, detected in late September, exposed some users’ emails and phone numbers, as well as profile information including gender, location, birth date, and recent search history.
Trump and the MAGA lifestyle seem to offer a safe haven to people — like Kanye — who pride themselves on being outsiders and are distrustful of establishment politics.
You could literally buy a new car every year for the amount it costs to insure a family.
The Method That Snared The Golden State Killer Suspect Could Find More Than Half Of Americans From Their DNA, Scientists Say
The researchers want genetic testing companies to “sign” the DNA profiles they produce with a secure code — limiting access to databases by cops.
After A Journalist’s Alleged Murder, Top Tech Execs Are Distancing Themselves From Saudi Arabia’s City Of The Future
Saudi Arabia has courted Silicon Valley and other business leaders, but the recent alleged murder of a dissident journalist is putting a harsh spotlight on those relationships.
The battle over Taylor Swift's political endorsement shows how news events are used to generate partisan outrage and attention.
Case in point: Apple's market value fell by one Tesla today.
"What we do know is that people trust the information they see in a WhatsApp group and are more likely to read every message that comes into the platform."
Facebook knows us well enough to know the truth: We don’t care enough about our privacy to stop using it.
The Chrome OS–powered tablet has a fingerprint sensor and Google Assistant built in.
It has a robot call screener, a larger display, and lots of new camera features.
The voice-activated gadget will frame all your best pictures, play YouTube videos, and show live footage from your connected security cam. And it answers questions too.
Up to 500,000 Google+ accounts were potentially affected by the data breach, the company said Monday.
Facebook is currently struggling to reassure the public that it’s capable of protecting their privacy.
The company believes people want all sorts of water.
The US tech company has promised action after experts criticized it for not doing enough to prevent abuse on its platform in key growth markets.
“I don’t know if something like this even exists.”
A lawsuit alleges LaCroix contains ethyl butanoate, limonene, linalool, and linalool propionate. Should you be worried?
“Computers and smartphones and the internet are everywhere, so you can’t run from it for very long,” John, a technology addict in recovery, told me. For more on this story, watch the new BuzzFeed News series Follow This on Netflix.
These deals are too good to be true — an $80 dual-cable charger on sale for $17.95 and a pair of $359 wireless earbuds on sale for $29.99.
“It is certainly the biggest story in politics since the 2016 election,” one publisher told BuzzFeed News
"Shortseller Enrichment Commission."