Would you fork over $1,999 for a smartphone? Samsung hopes many people will.
Since mid-May, Uber has required drivers to take selfies to verify they are wearing a mask or face covering before they are able to pick up riders. Soon, certain riders will also be required to take a selfie prior to ordering a ride.
PASCO, Wash. -- As regional libraries remain closed - with the exception of curbside pickup - Mid-Columbia Libraries and Franklin PUD have partnered to expand free internet access outside library doors. WiFi hotspots have been installed at several branches across…
Cloudflare, an internet service that is supposed to keep websites up and running, was down itself Sunday, taking dozens of websites and online services along with it.
CenturyLink, an internet service provider that is supposed to keep websites up and running, was down itself for much of Sunday morning.
Elon Musk promised that he'd show a working demo of his latest technology moonshot, a new kind of implantable chip for the brain, on Friday. And he did, but it wasn't with a human subject: Rather, it was with a pig named Gertrude.
Facebook made an "operational mistake" this week in failing to remove a page that encouraged armed Americans to take to the streets of Kenosha, Wisc., CEO Mark Zuckerberg said.
Walmart is a 58-year-old American company known for big box stores that sell everyday goods, casual clothing, groceries and TVs.
One of the world's biggest tech investors is raising billions more in cash by selling assets in a bid to protect itself from possible future waves of the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon's new Halo device offers similar features to other wearables, but it also comes with several new offerings that are sure to stoke privacy concerns — specifically a voice analysis.
Amazon has tried to make its services and products an indispensable part of people's day, from putting its Alexa voice assistant everywhere to selling virtually everything on Amazon.com. In the process, it's collected mountains of data.
Facebook said it was investigating online activity surrounding Tuesday night's shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The company said it is in contact with federal and local law enforcement on the matter
"Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout" has taken the gaming world by storm. The game from indie publisher Devolver Digital has now sold more than 7 million copies on the PC games store Steam and an undisclosed number on PlayStation, putting it well on its way to out-sell some of the most popular video games on the market over a similar one-month launch period.
YouTube said Tuesday that it is increasingly relying on technology to moderate content, resulting in a sharp rise in removed videos, including some that didn't violate its policies.
Amazon adds more executive diversity with appointment of first black woman to its senior leadership team
Amazon has appointed its first Black executive to join the company's senior leadership team.
When Jo Rae Perkins walked over to greet us for the very first time, she did not introduce herself or ask our names, the first thing she did was move her hand across her face and say, "What are these things on your faces?"
Facebook on Thursday launched a $40 million grant program for Black-owned businesses hit by the coronavirus pandemic — part of the company's broader initiative to help Black communities, which it announced in June.
For three years, QAnon spread from the dark edges of the internet to mainstream social networks, and the social networks did little to stop it happening. Now Facebook and Twitter are trying to crack down — but it may be too late. What was once a fringe conspiracy theory has now been openly endorsed by some congressional candidates with a real shot of winning, and complimented by the President of the United States.
Two years after the last (we thought) BlackBerry phone, the BlackBerry logo will appear once again on a smartphone, complete with its famous, physical QWERTY keyboard.
Uber and Lyft narrowly avoided shutting down their ride-hailing services in California after an appellate court granted the companies a temporary reprieve delaying an order that would have forced them to reclassify their drivers in the state by Friday.
RICHLAND, Wash. -- For families spending more time at home, chances are you and your children are spending more hours online. To keep your children safe, now might be a good…
Airbnb is moving ahead with plans to go public just months after the pandemic upended the travel industry and forced the startup to lay off a quarter of its workforce.
Facebook on Wednesday cracked down on thousands of accounts across Facebook and Instagram promoting the QAnon conspiracy theory, as well as a range of militia and anarchist groups, amid what the company said was a rise in behavior among those accounts and groups celebrating violence. Hundreds of groups, pages and advertisements were removed from Facebook as part of the effort, the company said.