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Yep, Facebook Portal collects data on you—and it may use it for ads
The social network clarifies a botched message.
Report: Twitter suspends 1,500 accounts as part of election date hoax
The accounts were spreading misinformation about the election.
With a new head of diversity, can Twitch fix its discrimination problem?
Women and nonbinary gamers of color are hopeful, but no one is holding their breath.
How to mirror your phone or computer screen with Roku
Here's everything you ever wanted to know about Roku screen mirroring.
Watch this Boston Dynamics robot dance its butt off to ‘Uptown Funk’
It twerks. It moonwalks. It's only a matter of time before world domination.
Twitter users were getting weird, nonsensical notifications today
The bug spooked users for a while.
Is the Lyft All-Access subscription really worth it?
They call it an “All-Access” plan, but does it live up to the name?
The Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson breakup, summed up in one tweet
Not everyone is mourning the breakup.
Apple fixed the bagel emoji, and New Yorkers are satisfied
Say goodbye to the old, flat, stale design.
People are roasting Piers Morgan for his take on Daniel Craig’s baby carrier
Dads are uniting against Morgan.
Snapchat Cat Lenses let you take goofy pictures with your pet
Now felines can have fun filters, too.
Kanye West’s ‘iPlane 1’ idea is 6 years old—and it’s not even his
But the designer seems stoked that West likes his idea.
How to quickly check if your Facebook account was hacked
Facebook says 30 million accounts were compromised. We show you how to check if you're one of them.
Tech companies disclose ad spending, but it’s still a nightmare to track
Tech companies are disclosing information, but it's still a nightmare to get through.
Uniqlo replaced 90 percent of a warehouse’s workers with robots
This is the first step of a larger automation effort.