Woman finds out she got scammed after taking her AirPods to Apple’s service center

‘I got humbled’: Woman finds out she got scammed after taking her AirPods to Apple’s service center

‘Just tested mine to be sure.’

On May 30, 2024 by Melody Heald

Man talking(l+r), Nissan sign(c)

‘It’s called planned obsolescence’: Driver calls out Chrysler, Ford, Subaru, and Nissan cars for restricting repairs

‘It’s a complete lie.’

On Mar 27, 2024 by Braden Bjella

Google and J Crew

‘We take one image’: A.I. is changing how you shop online

‘[W]e can actually superimpose what that product would look like.’

On Mar 8, 2024 by Braden Bjella

Passenger says her driverless taxi was programmed to make a risky turn into oncoming traffic. She can’t change it

’48 minutes in the car by myself with no driver???’: Passenger says her driverless taxi was programmed to make a risky turn into oncoming traffic. She can’t change it

‘Waymo? Waymo anxiety.’

On Mar 8, 2024 by Jack Alban

city scene with surveillance icons overlaid in various locations

Police struggle to justify use of Fusus, a community surveillance tool they foisted on citizens

It’s used in over 70 U.S. police departments.

On Jan 18, 2024 by Samantha Barrett

Best Buy employee(l+r), Best Buy sign(c)

‘I’ll never purchase a TV from Best Buy’: Customer says they bought TV from Best Buy. The TV came damaged and store won’t take it back

‘Moral of the story, go to Costco.’

On Jan 3, 2024 by Stacy Fernandez

Woman smiling(l), Hand holding limes(r)

The 8 biggest AI flops of 2023

AI won’t be taking all of our jobs—yet.

On Dec 26, 2023 by Tricia Crimmins

Woman explains that memories may be lost to the 'digital dark age'

‘Something to make you think’: Woman warns that memories may be lost to the ‘digital dark age’

“How many of you can access old text messages on your very first phones?”

On Dec 18, 2023 by Sarah Kester

Walmart customer shows her first-ever home delivery by drone

‘But they can’t hire cashiers’: Viewers concerned as Walmart customer shows her first-ever home delivery by drone

‘if the whole house is sick and you need medicine this is perfect’

On Dec 17, 2023 by Jack Alban

Customer get stuck at self-checkout while trying to remove security tags themselves

‘We should get paid’: Customer get stuck at self-checkout while trying to remove security tags themselves

‘It’s giving Zara nightmare.’

On Nov 20, 2023 by Tiffanie Drayton

After Sam Altman was pushed out of OpenAI, co-founder Ilya Sutskever apologizes

‘I will do everything I can to reunite the company’: OpenAI board member publicly apologizes as employees post demand to bring back Sam Altman

There is a new twist in the OpenAI story every minute.

On Nov 20, 2023 by Marlon Ettinger

broken computers with indian flag

India’s wanton internet shutdowns are cruel, capricious, and entirely ineffective

What happens when a burgeoning, connected society is thrust into the digital Stone Age?

On Nov 16, 2023 by Deborah Grey

Narendra Modi Prime Minister of India in front of YouTube screens that read 'This video is not available in your country'

Muslims are being harassed, assaulted, and slaughtered by Hindu nationalists—and Indians aren’t allowed to watch

India is trying to erase evidence of its citizens’ crimes.

On Nov 16, 2023 by Kaushik Raj

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India is the future of the internet under authoritarians

The future of the authoritarian internet is on display in India.

On Nov 16, 2023 by David Covucci

speech bubbles communicate with an open eye between them

WhatsApp’s 100 billion daily messages in India are all under the BJP’s watchful eye

The Indian government wants total access to WhatsApp.

On Nov 16, 2023 by Divya Chirayath

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