Google gave people $5 to scan their faces
The data is being used to improve a face unlock feature on the upcoming Pixel 4.
Tesla owner parks on stranger’s lawn and steals electricity overnight
Police arrived after the vehicle had been siphoning electricity for 12 hours.
Did the Krassenstein bros exploit the Haitian disaster to get more followers online? (updated)
'The Krassensteins have an unquenchable thirst for followers, traction, and scams.'
Eric Trump’s YouTube playlist was discovered–and it’s pretty weird
Mashups of classical music and gangster rap, anyone?
Instagram just purged all your favorite meme pages (updated)
The company deleted at least 30 pages, surpassing a combined 33 million followers, for violating its terms.
Conspiracy theorists think John McAfee is posting drone footage of Jeffrey Epstein’s island on YouTube
A mysterious YouTube channel is posting high-definition drone footage of Epstein's private island.
Facebook tries to put a positive spin on its $5 billion FTC fine
The social media company was hit with a $5 billion fine for numerous privacy scandals.
Ex-Twitter employee who helped create the retweet says he regrets it
'We might have just handed a four-year-old a loaded weapon.'
TikTok acquires AI music startup that will let users create their own songs
This will allow users to share their creations more freely.
Michelle Tanner becomes Ron Swanson in this mega creepy deepfake
'Full House' meets 'Parks and Recreation'.
Apple denies boosting its own apps in App Store
Is Apple placing its own apps higher up in search results than more popular third-party options?
Google settled two multi-million dollar lawsuits this week
The company will pay out a combined $24 million for both class action suits.
Here’s why you shouldn’t buy a Nintendo Switch until mid-August
You may want to wait just a few more weeks before you spend your hard-earned cash.
Instagram users who post pet pictures more likely to get hacked
Many users who post their pets online also used that pet's name as a password.
Post-Prime Day recap: Shipping delays, more sales, and a scam
It's time to make sense of the aftermath of the biggest online sales event of the year.
Twitter suspends Iranian state media outlets for harassing members of a religious minority
The accounts were allegedly targeting followers of the Bahá'í Faith.