Amazon defends using footage of suspected thieves in Ring ads
Ring says its sponsored posts are intended to help keep neighborhood's safe.
‘Final Fantasy’ songs make their way to Spotify, Apple Music
Tunes from the iconic video game franchise are now available on Spotify and Apple Music.
Tinder has not yet succumbed to Russia’s demands for its user data
The dating app did not state whether it planned to hand over data in the future.
Netflix is testing an Instagram-esque scrolling feature for its mobile app
It will help users learn about new shows.
Drones could soon be delivering your Amazon Prime packages
The drones could be flying out in just a few short months.
Spotify may just dethrone Pandora with its new ‘Stations’ app
Create your own personalized station by giving songs a thumbs up or thumbs down.
YouTube crackdown on extremism to ban thousands of videos
Videos denying the Holocaust and the Sandy Hook shooting will be targeted.
Spotify wants to make it easier for you to find new podcasts
The company is testing curated podcast playlists with a small number of users.
YouTube’s algorithm is reportedly helping pedophiles find home videos of kids
YouTube is changing its livestreaming policy in response.
Reports: Spotify’s testing a new tool to let you DJ live with friends
The feature will enable users to add their favorite songs to their friends' playlists.
Chinese Dissidents’ Twitter accounts purged from platform prior to Tiananmen Square anniversary
It raised concerns that the action was made at the behest of the Chinese government.
Girlfriend of notorious YouTube prankster is the Champions League Final streaker
Kinsey Wolanski was promoting her boyfriend's prank website.
The Justice Department is preparing to hit Google with a major antitrust probe
The investigation is set to focus on Google's search engine.
This redditor says his MacBook Pro spontaneously exploded
'It was on my lap, plugged in, and suddenly started to spew smoke out both sides.'
Study finds Russian trolls amplified anti-vaccine debate with misinformation
Study comes as the U.S. grapples with the worst measles outbreak in 25 years.
Facebook lawyer says users ‘have no expectation of privacy’
"There is no invasion of privacy at all, because there is no privacy."