What is DuckDuckGo, the private search engine that’s surging in popularity?
Unlike other search engines, DuckDuckGo doesn't track you.
Voting machines used in 20-plus states are susceptible to hacking according to new report
The security of the upcoming 2018 midterms is increasingly in doubt.
50 million people affected by new Facebook data breach
If you got logged out of your account this morning, you were affected.
Leaked Amazon training video teaches managers to watch for signs of unionization
A leaked training video suggests 'livable wage' is a bad word amongst fulfillment center employees.
Uber drivers are making half what they did 5 years ago, study shows
Airbnb sellers, however, saw their incomes rise significantly.
How to use Google Maps’ group planning feature
If you can't decide where to head for brunch, vote on it.
This teen wants everyone to be able to fix their own iPhones
A teen with a screen repair business wants everyone to have the right to repair their devices.
DoorDash users report hackers are using their accounts to order food
Customers are unhappy with the company's slow response.
This Siri shortcut in iOS 12 makes it easy to record police interactions
This shortcut preps your phone in the case you're pulled over by police.
Controversial startup now offering transfusion of young blood for $8K
It's unclear if young blood even makes a difference.
Wendy’s is being sued over how it collects worker fingerprints
A pair of former Wendy's employees want to know what the company does with worker fingerprints.
Facebook is ending a key 2016 Trump campaign tactic
On-site support for campaigns will end following criticism from Congress.
Amazon reportedly sets up stings to catch drivers who steal packages
That's one way to test integrity.
The iPhone XR may be liquid Retina—but there’s still one big problem
It still can’t run full HD YouTube videos. But does it matter?