What redditors need to know about the Reddit data breach
Reddit was hacked, but the impact seems to be relatively minimal.
How much time do you spend on Facebook? Here’s how to find out
The app wants to ensure the time you waste is 'time well spent.'
Here’s the deal with the ‘plane reaction’ button on Facebook
Facebook says the feature was 'not ready for takeoff.'
Activists push Wisconsin to audit voting machines in advance of 2018 midterms
Wisconsin will be an important swing state in the 2018 midterms.
Belgian art museums are fighting Facebook’s blanket nudity ban
Museums just want to post their tasteful nudes.
Teen breaks into California couple’s home to ask for Wi-Fi password
It was his second attempt at stealing Wi-Fi.
Twitter insists it’s not shadowbanning conservatives
The platform is, however, 'ranking' tweets based on a variety of factors.
Mozilla engineer claims Google purposefully slowed YouTube for non-Chrome browsers
There are fixes if you're on Firefox or Edge.
Amazon’s facial recognition may be racist
It misidentified numerous Black and Latino lawmakers as criminals.
IBM Watson recommended ‘unsafe’ cancer treatments, according to internal documents
The Watson AI isn't ready to replace physicians just yet.
YouTube tutorials show people how to exploit stolen credit card details
Credit card scam artists are sharing their knowledge via social media.
Suck it, passwords: No Googler has been phished since 2017 thanks to physical keys
It's all thanks to super-cool physical USB keys.
The Miles app constantly tracks your movement in exchange for discounts
Would you trade your privacy for retail discounts?
Russian hackers may have caused blackouts in the U.S.
A group called 'Dragonfly' used employee credentials to bring down the power grid.