Google is fed up with employees expressing political opinions.
An online lending company tipped off police to a suspected murder after a man allegedly tried to scan his dead girlfriend’s face.
There’s some good knewz for people who don’t mind really dumb names and do believe that big tech has an anti-conservative bias—New Corp has been building an alternative to Google News, tentatively called Knewz.com.
This week, the Apple Card became available to the masses, but early adopters who choose to also obtain the physical card in addition to an iPhone-based one may want to store their delicate sliver of titanium in a vacuum-sealed glass box.
A lot of people are really weird about the color of text message bubbles. For some reason, unbeknownst to me, a message can somehow be more offensive if it is presented on an iPhone within a green bubble instead of a blue bubble.
If you follow a boomer on Instagram you’ve probably seen the latest viral hoax going around warning about the incoming copyright apocalypse.
After a quarter-century of continuous operation, the San Francisco FogCam is set to go offline on August 30.
Before a travel YouTuber named Rich Aloha went scuba diving at a waterfall in Tennessee he filmed himself saying he planned on doing “treasure hunting” in the water, and he expected to possibly find a drone, iPhone, or GoPro. Instead, he found an SD card that may provide some closure for a family mourning the death of…
On Friday morning of last week, nearly two dozen state agencies across Texas reported having major computer issues. The state now believes that a single hacker is behind this crippling attack.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s computer systems are reportedly having issues across the country.
Vincent Peone’s lucky flight story went viral earlier this week after he posted a video showing how he got his “own private jet” for an apparent trip from Aspen to Salt Lake City after Delta rescheduled his original flight.
Last October Jimmy Kimmel Live! made some expensive jokes about President Donald Trump’s ability to send emergency alerts to approximately 225 million phones across the country.
Can you imagine a world where AOL owned YouTube and Facebook? It sounds delightfully boring. And it almost came to be, according to the former AOL CEO Jon Miller.
The self-driving freight truck startup TuSimple has been carrying mail across the state of Arizona for several weeks.
A pair of farmers in Australia have been sentenced to prison for their involvement in an elaborate semen racket.
Russia military officials issued conflicting reports this week about whether residents in areas near a mysterious nuclear explosion must evacuate.
Oregon has joined several other states in a lawsuit to stop the planned T-Mobile merger with Sprint, adding strength to a movement to stop the shrinking telecom market from becoming even less competitive.
Doctors at a New York City hospital made an alarming discovery last week when a 63-year-old man went to the emergency room for knee pain.
A Russian city reportedly observed a rise in radiation levels after an explosion at a nearby military testing site, which left at least two dead.
Researchers presenting at the Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas this week demonstrated a relatively simple way to break into someone’s iPhone Face ID—so long as they’re completely conked out.