2018 could be called the year of notch, as major phone makers followed in Apple’s footsteps by inserting a cutout at the top of the display. Go to News Feed Continue reading 2018 year in review: Smartphone notches were all the rage
For centuries, wild horses have been a western icon, freely roaming open pastures in states like Montana, Wyoming and Arizona. Go to News Feed Continue reading Drought threatens wild horses that are symbol of the west
Facebook was sued by the District of Columbia on Wednesday for allowing data-mining firm Cambridge Analytica to improperly access data from as many as 87 million users. Go to News Feed Continue reading DC sues Facebook over Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal
The U.S. lacks the defenses needed to protect against a new breed of highly sophisticated hypersonic weapons from China and Russia, according to a GAO report. Go to News Feed Continue reading US unable to defend against Russian and Chinese hypersonic weapons, report warns
A Facebook software flaw may have exposed the photos of 6.8 million users to a much wider audience than intended, the social network confirmed Friday. Go to News Feed Continue reading Facebook 'sorry' for bug that may have exposed the photos of 6.8M users
A patent application from Amazon to pair its facial recognition technology with a doorbell camera company that Amazon acquired has privacy advocates saying the company is building a perfect tool for authoritarian surveillance. Go to News Feed Continue reading ACLU slams 'nightmarish' Amazon patent application to bring facial recognition to your front door
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., spoke to Fox News about his biggest concerns with the future of Google after the search giant’s CEO sparred with lawmakers at a hearing. Go to News Feed Continue reading Kevin McCarthy worried about Google’s next steps in China
I buy almost everything I need on Amazon! How do I know if the price I see on Amazon is the lowest price? Go to News Feed Continue reading Amazon price guide, the best smart speakers and more: Tech Q&A
It seems like these days, the market is flooded with ride-hailing apps, each promising better service and lower rates than the next.Â From Uber to Lyft to Gett, there’s no shortage of taxi-alternatives for tech-savvy Americans.Â Now a new company throws its … Continue reading Fox on Tech: Google driverless taxis
New York City taxi regulators approved new pay standards for app-based car services Tuesday that they say will raise drivers’ annual earnings by $10,000 a year, making it the first U.S. city to set such minimum pay standards. Go to … Continue reading Uber, Lyft drivers get $17.22 hourly wage guarantee in New York after commission’s vote
Apple CEO Tim Cook said his company is no place for hate, violence and division, seemingly taking a swipe at Facebook and Twitter in the process without mentioning them by name. Go to News Feed Continue reading Apple's Tim Cook: Violence, hate and division have ‘no place’ on his platform
For shoppers, Amazon is the ultimate rabbit hole. You can search for one item, but then you see another item and another, and soon you’re careening through a maze of products and deals. All you wanted was a new robe, … Continue reading 5 ways to unearth incredible Amazon deals
Nuclear weapon installations, cross-border smuggling tunnels, subway systems, cave networks … just a few places that adversaries can pose an underground threat to security. Go to News Feed Continue reading Subterranean terror: Can tech defeat hidden underground threats?
Google was hit with a privacy complaint by a group of seven European consumer watchdog agencies over what they call the company’s “deceptive” location tracking for ad-targeting purposes. Go to News Feed Continue reading Google hit in Europe with complaint over 'deceptive' location tracking, faces massive fine
Elon Musk has sounded the warning alarm again regarding artificial intelligence, telling Axios that humans must merge with machines or risk becoming an endangered species. Go to News Feed Continue reading Elon Musk thinks humans will have to merge with machines to overcome their 'existential threat'
Tinsel and trees are great, but much of Christmas is about the surprise. As the advent calendar winds down to December 25, suspense builds. What unexpected gift will emerge from those brightly wrapped boxes and stockings? Go to News Feed Continue reading 3 ways to keep your Amazon gifts under wraps