Facebook, Google facing mammoth lawsuits after one day of GDPR
The privacy rules are causing headaches for European users and tech companies.
How to switch on Reddit’s Night Mode theme
It's a fresh new way to view one of your favorite websites.
Orlando police say they’d never use Amazon facial recognition on ‘random citizens’
But eventually, isn't that what it's for?
This family experienced your biggest nightmare with Amazon Echo
Amazon Echo reportedly recorded a conversation and sent it to contact.
Pandora gets more Spotify-like with personalized playlists
These 'personal soundtracks' aim to capture your moods and moments during the day.
Google, Microsoft discover a new CPU vulnerability
A patch is being developed—but it may slow your computer down.
You can finally mute people on Instagram—and here’s how
You finally have the ability to mute annoying Instagram friends without unfollowing them.
Instagram now lets you share posts as stickers in Stories
It's a new way to link to posts—yours, or those of others—within Stories.
Tesla driver checked phone moments before crash with firetruck
A Tesla recently crashed into the back of a firetruck, but human error may be a factor.
Petition to change ‘water’ to ‘Zucc juice’ gains momentum
What started as a meme has snowballed into something much larger—and much sillier.
How to use Gmail’s new offline mode like a boss
Offline mode is particularly useful when you're traveling or have spotty Wi-Fi coverage.
Celebrities are on Venmo—but not how you’d think
It's mostly non-celebrities who run celebrity usernames on Venmo.
Facebook zaps 583 million fake accounts amid ’18 redemption tour
Facebook wants us to know how hard it's working to keep its platform safe.
Researchers discover major flaw in email encryption
A critical PGP flaw could expose your past emails.
What you need to know about Verizon’s secretive new data plan
It's a cheap alternative to traditional data plans.