Andy Ngo Has The Newest New Media Career. It's Made Him A Victim And A Star.
“A single man standing there with a camera who never got hit and never hit back before in his life.”
AT&T Partners With Rival Verizon On Web Portal Business
Verizon will now run AT&T’s email business as well as its portal, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Mariah Carey Just Shaded The Hell Out Of FaceApp, And I Am Going To Frame This Tweet
She doesn't know FaceApp. 🙅🏽♀️
Opinion: Don’t Regulate Facial Recognition. Ban It.
We are on the verge of a nightmare era of mass surveillance by the state and private companies. It’s not too late to stop it.
Grindr Wanted To Make The World Better For Queer People. Then A Chinese Gaming Company Bought It.
Over the last 18 months, Grindr has faced a federal investigation, layoffs, mismanagement, and internal turmoil. Now the popular gay dating and hookup app is looking for a new owner.
Here's The Most Complete Map So Far Of Amazon's Ring Camera Surveillance Partnerships With Local Police
Dozens of U.S. cities are working with the doorbell camera, according to Fight for the Future.
Netflix Is Rolling Out A Low-Cost, Mobile-Only Subscription Plan For Users In India
The announcement comes at the same time the company said it lost 130,000 subscribers in the United States from April through June.
18 FaceApp Tweets That Are As Funny As They Are Accurate
Read this before trying the app.
This Woman Doesn't Have To Delete Her Instagram Selfie With Kylie Jenner, A Judge Has Ruled
The selfie was the modern-day equivalent of an autograph, the judge decided.
In Honor Of World Emoji Day, Here's What 15 New Emojis Look Like On iPhone Vs. Android
The yawning face emoji really speaks to me.
“It Has Set Off A Bomb”: A US Sports Website Has Gone On A Hiring Spree Of UK Journalists
“It’s a journalist transfer window.”
Exclusive: Google Banned Major Chinese App Developer CooTek From The Play Store And Its Ad Platforms
CooTek apps continued to bombard users with disruptive ads even after the company said it had stopped.
A Google VP Told The US Senate The Company Has “Terminated” The Chinese Search App Dragonfly
But Karan Bhatia did not explicitly rule out working on tools for China in the future.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey Donated $5,600 To Tulsi Gabbard
"We don't comment on Jack's personal giving," said a spokesperson for Twitter.
How Did Your Family Pay For You To Go To College?
When saving alone just isn’t enough.
Silicon Valley’s Right Wing Is Angry And Punching Back
How a small group of right-wing tech employees built a back channel straight to the nation’s capital.
Apple Is Sending Out Another Silent Update To Fix RingCentral Webcam Flaw
Video conferencing software provided by RingCentral and Zhumu is affected by a security flaw that could allow attackers easy access to laptop cameras and microphones.
A Low-Level Influencer Allegedly Killed An "E-Girl" And Posted Photos Of Her Body To Instagram
As the suspect was being held at gunpoint by police, he was allegedly updating his Instagram story with photos of the victim.
Umm, So A New Study Shows That Couples Are Meeting Online More Than Any Other Way
Send this to your mom.
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.
Amazon Employees Demand It Stop Working With ICE. The Company Said It’s Up To The Government.
Some Amazon employees vocally oppose selling technology to immigration enforcement agencies and law enforcement, but the company said the government should make the rules.
We Found The Pseudonymous Man Behind One Of The Oldest Conservative News Outlets Online
“That’s all proprietary.”
Facebook Will Now Show You How To Opt Out Of Targeted Ads
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.
These Tech Companies Are Giving Millions To Politicians Who Vote Against LGBTQ People
A group of 30 advocates sent a letter Wednesday to dozens of companies, including Amazon and Google, calling on them to stop giving money to politicians who discriminate.
This Man Wants Australians To Pay For Their Train Tickets... With Their Faces
The NSW transport minister likened the plan to Amazon's "Just Walk Out" technology.
Privacy And Civil Rights Groups Ask The US Government To End Its Use Of Facial Recognition Tech On The Public
“There’s a reason your local police department doesn’t have access to missiles and carpet bombs. [Congress] should act now to ban this dangerous surveillance weapon.”
The Zoom Desktop App Lets Any Website Take Over Your Mac’s Camera. Here’s What To Do About It.
Zoom’s video conferencing service is used by Nasdaq, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US Department of Homeland Security, and the US Department of Energy, among others.
Trump Can't Block People On Twitter He Disagrees With, A Federal Appeals Court Ruled
Because Donald Trump uses his Twitter account for official purposes and creates a "public forum," he can't exclude people based on their views, the 2nd Circuit ruled.
Twitter Says It Has New Rules To Curb Hate Speech Targeting Religious Groups
Twitter introduced new rules Tuesday that will ban hateful speech that dehumanizes religious groups.
These Are All the Businesses You Never Knew Were Owned by Amazon
Here are all the businesses, brands and subsidiaries (we know of) owned by “The Everything Store.”