Google to launch ‘Stadia’ cloud gaming service this year
Users can play from their browser, phone, or tablet, removing the need for a gaming computer or console.
Was Beto O’Rourke an infamous hacker? No
The Texas politician belonged to an infamous hacking group, but wasn't hacking in the way you think.
North Korea tried selling military equipment on Twitter and YouTube
A front company run by Pyongyang advertised sanctioned products online.
Facebook and Instagram users report outages worldwide
Facebook confirmed issues are not being caused by DDoS attacks.
Over 200 scientists say AirPods could cause cancer
The electromagnetic frequency waves could also potentially lead to neurological disorders.
Twitter rolls out prototype app ‘twttr’ to let users test new features
It's supposed to give people more say on the social media platform.
Shocking report reveals the mental anguish of Amazon workers
At least 189 mental health-related calls made to 911 over a five-year period.
Feds pose as pedophile for year-and-a-half as part of child abuse sting
Report states controversial operation yielded 'no subsequent prosecutions.'
How to update Google Chrome—and why you need to right now
Company reveals browser vulnerability being used in active attacks.
China’s wildly popular propaganda app is quizzing and tracking citizens
'Mom is already approaching 50, her eyes aren’t so good anymore...'
Study finds over half of politicians’ websites don’t use proper encryption
The U.S. came out on top.
Google reportedly still developing censored Dragonfly search engine
Employees said they found new changes to Dragonfly's code.
Will Facebook’s Clear History tool be worth it?
Experts remain divided on Zuckerberg's new privacy promises.
Amazon will now let Prime members pick a weekly delivery date
'Amazon Day' shipping aims to reduce packaging at no cost to consumers.
TikTok to pay $5.7 million for allegedly violating child privacy law
App must 'take offline all videos made by children under the age of 13.'