1 day agoGoogle follows Apple in ending third-party 'cookies' in ad-tracking -- If the first era of online advertising was direct sales, and the second was algorithm-driven bidding, a system without cookies will be the third, ad expert says.
1 day agoApple takes a (cautious) stand against opening a killer's iPhones -- Apple has largely avoided damaging tariffs in the trade war with China. That relationship will now be tested as Tim Cook confronts William Barr.
3 days agoPromised 25 per cent Canadian wireless rate cut is on top of recent reductions, industry minister says -- Industry Minister Navdeep Bains says the 25 per cent rate reductions he has been mandated to achieve over the next two years will be measured starting after the Oct. 21 election.
3 days agoAs U.S. Justice Department pressures Apple, investigators say iPhone easier to crack -- U.S. Attorney General William Barr is seeking to unlock iPhones belonging to an aviation student from Saudi Arabia who authorities say killed three people at a Florida Navy base last month.
4 days agoTeslas still go much farther on a single charge than their competitors. But the strategy carries risks -- Some point to a handful of spontaneous fires under investigation as potential fallout for its batteries that use denser and less-common materials.
4 days agoFacebook says it won't back down from stance on political ads -- The social media giant said Thursday it would not make any major changes to its policy on political advertising, which allows outright lies in ads, despite pressure from lawmakers to claim more responsibility.
8 days agoUber to let riders use pin codes to help identify right car -- The development follows the death of Sami Josephson, who was murdered in March after getting into the car of a man impersonating an Uber driver.
9 days agoCES gadget show: Amazon, Intel and Ford are chasing automotive data dollars -- Today's cars are the next information gold mine, rivalling the data-creating capabilities of smartphones.
11 days agoWhite House proposes guidelines for regulating the use of artificial intelligence -- Computers increasingly take on jobs such as diagnosing medical conditions, driving cars, and recognizing individual faces
11 days agoXbox Game Pass makes a strong case for Microsoft's game subscription service -- For a nominal recurring fee, users get more titles right at their fingertips, with no added cost for experimentation.
11 days agoTesla 2019 sales hit goals, rise over 50 per cent from previous year -- The electric car maker delivered a record of about 112,000 vehicles in the fourth quarter and about 367,500 for the full year, after earlier projecting deliveries of between 360,000 and 400,000 units worldwide last year.
15 days agoDeadly crashes raise questions about safety of Tesla's Autopilot -- Three crashes involving Tesla's Autopilot driving system that killed three people raise serious questions about whether drivers have become too reliant on Tesla's technology and whether the company does enough to ensure that drivers keep paying attention.
15 days agoDell to let Apple users control iPhones from their laptop -- A new feature as part of an update to Dell's Mobile Connect software will allow iPhone users to mirror their phone's screen on Dell laptops.
15 days agoHuawei announces record revenue despite U.S. efforts to undermine it -- The firm announced Tuesday that its revenue surged 18 per cent to more than $120 billion in 2019 despite a ban on U.S. exports.
16 days agoOnce again, iPhones top tech seller of the year, but AirPods the hit -- With estimated sales of 65 million units, the pint-sized Bluetooth earbuds were the unsung hero for Apple in 2019.
18 days agoUse this simple trick to stop Google, Amazon and Facebook from listening to you all the time -- Here's how to turn off the microphones on the devices when you are not using them or for short periods of time when you don't want them eavesdropping.
18 days agoMeet the scholar who diagnosed 'surveillance capitalism' -- After more than a year of tech-related privacy scandals, malign election-interference and online platform-fueled extremism and the U.S. government's first tentative steps toward reining in its technology titans, it's become clear that Shoshana Zuboff helped crystallize previously vague apprehensions about the tech industry.
18 days agoIt seemed like a popular app. It's secretly a spy tool -- ToTok is used by the government of the United Arab Emirates to try to track every conversation, movement, sound and image of those who install it on their phones.
26 days agoBehind Samsung's $116 billion bid for chip supremacy -- The company is investing heavily in the next step in miniaturizing semiconductors, a process called extreme ultraviolet lithography.
27 days agoFirst, the smartphone changed. Then, over a decade, it changed us -- The smartphone's functionality has changed what it means to be human, altering the way we navigate the world, our relationships and ourselves.
27 days agoThese car safety systems lead to distracted driving, according to AAA study -- Adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping-assist technologies lull drivers into letting their guard down, which puts them at greater risk of crashing, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found.
1 month agoOne in 10 Toronto workers is now a gig economy worker, StatCan says -- "Groundbreaking" report shows 70% increase in gig workers with growth concentrated among immigrants, women and low-income Canadians
1 month agoVietnam's richest man bets $2 billion to sell electric cars to Americans -- Pham Nhat Vuong faces many challenges in gaining a foothold in North America but is intent on success.
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1 month agoRuling expected in new year in largest-ever unpaid overtime lawsuit -- Class action lawsuit filed against CIBC on behalf of more than 31,000 people.
1 month agoCRTC announces new plan to help prevent nuisance phone calls -- Suspicious calls could be identified with a yellow triangle, potential spam with a red square.
1 month agoCompanies dust off old technology in search of high-quality recycled plastic -- The process uses chemicals or heat to break down plastic so it can be turned into clean, new plastic again and again while preserving quality.
1 month agoHuawei bolsters public-relations blitz with legal action -- The Chinese telecommunications giant is pursuing legal campaigns against an array of overseas critics large and small.
1 month agoOnline brands tap customer data to create pop-up shops -- The plunge into data-driven pop-ups comes while both digitally native brands and pop-ups are seeing strong growth and many established real-world retailers are struggling.
1 month agoChinese citizens must scan their faces to register for new mobile phone service -- The requirement, which came into effect Sunday, is aimed at minimizing telephone fraud and preventing the reselling and illegal transfer of mobile phone cards, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said in a notice in September.
1 month agoNissan turns over a new Leaf -- The Japanese car maker's latest electric-vehicle project, the Ariya, embodies the turnaround hopes of new CEO Makoto Uchida.
1 month agoAn Apple app showing an annexed Crimea satisfies Russia but leaves Ukraine anguished, angry -- Russian's 2014 seizure of the territory is not recognized by the U.S., the EU and much of the international community. Apple's move to do so — at least within Russia — is prompting calls to boycott the company.
1 month agoAn Apple app showing an annexed Crimea satisfies Russia but leaves Ukraine anguished, angry -- Russian's 2014 seizure of the territory is not recognized by the U.S., the EU and much of the international community. Apple's move to do so — at least within Russia — is prompting calls to boycott the company.
1 month agoCar makers wager on bigger screens to lure buyers -- The increased size and functionality, however, have raised questions about whether outsize displays help or hinder efforts to curb distracted driving.
1 month agoThe best laptop keyboards (oh, and the best laptops, too!) -- Tech giants like Google and Apple have gone through a keyboard renaissance, introducing the quietest, most comfortable types to the market.
1 month agoHuawei funds cut off by U.S. communications commission over security threats -- The Federal Communications Commission on Friday voted to ban cellular carriers from using federal subsidies to buy equipment from Huawei and ZTE, saying the Chinese telecom companies endangered national security.
1 month agoTesla unveils pickup truck in demo marred by shattered glass -- The supposedly shatterproof windows of the electric "Cybertruck," which starts at $39,900 (U.S.) and will come in three variants, were no match for a metallic ball tossed by a designer at the behest of CEO Elon Musk.
1 month agoRobocall scams exist because they work—one woman's story shows how -- For most people, robocalls are an annoyance. But for some, the scams can result in huge financial losses impossible to retrieve.
1 month agoThe hype for the electric pickup truck is growing. But does anyone want one? -- Ford, GM, Rivian and — of course — Tesla have all revealed plans to electrify the the most profitable segment of the auto industry.
1 month agoSources say TikTok is looking at ways to shake off its ties to China -- Ideas discussed reportedly include expanding operations in Southeast Asia, possibly Singapore, and rebranding the app in the U.S.
1 month agoTikTok looking at ways to shake off its ties to China -- As TikTok faces mounting scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers and regulators, some employees and advisers in recent weeks have approached senior executives to suggest ways the company could rebrand.
1 month agoThe streaming era has finally arrived. Everything is about to change -- Once a generation, Hollywood experiences a seismic shift. It is happening again as the Big Three entertainment companies — Disney, NBCUniversal and WarnerMedia — launch their video platforms
2 months agoAn electric Mustang SUV? Detroit's big sustainability bet -- Ford is hoping some of the cachet of the original Mustang will rub off on the new model and boost demand for electric vehicles, which now represent just 2 per cent of the market.
2 months agoI found work on an Amazon website. I made 97 cents an hour -- On Mechanical Turk, owned by Amazon, scores of thousands of humans earn pennies or dollars doing tasks that computers cannot yet easily do.
2 months agoApple plans stand-alone AR and VR gaming headset by 2022 -- CEO Tim Cook has talked up AR for some time, and the technology is the core of Apple's next big hardware push beyond the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch.
2 months agoAI is learning everything from us — including our biases -- As new, more complex AI moves into an increasingly wide array of products, like online ad services and business software or talking digital assistants, tech companies will be pressured to guard against the unexpected biases that are being discovered.
2 months ago5G race could leave personal privacy in the dust -- New networks will collect more data on the physical world. Experts warn public policy hasn't caught up.
2 months agoWeWork employees feel sting as ex-CEO stands to reap -- Thousands of staff are slated to be laid off soon as the company rapidly tries to cut costs and steer the company toward a path to profit.
2 months agoTwitter's ad-business troubles weigh on revenue growth -- The company added more users in the latest quarter, but technical bugs hurt its advertising business.
2 months agoFacebook lays on the charm for its Libra cryptocurrency plan -- Regulators and lawmakers have mocked it, and key partners like Visa and Mastercard have stepped away from it, but the social media giant isn't backing down
2 months agoFacebook doesn't want to censor political ads over accuracy, executive says -- Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer says as a private company, Facebook doesn't want to make decisions about speech — but it would draw the line at political ads if they encourage violence.
2 months agoGoogle Pixel 4 review: The smartest smartphone you probably won't buy -- Stunning nighttime photos, better and faster communication with Google Assistant, writes reviewer. Don't tell the folding phones, people, but this might be the most advanced phone you can buy
2 months agoBerkshire Hathaway firm announces launch of $200M Alberta wind power farm
3 months agoA year to forget for memory-chip makers -- Memory-chip prices have been in free fall since late last year, after an epic two-year bull run.
3 months agoAmazon joins trend of sending workers away for health care -- Amazon.com Inc. will pay travel costs for workers diagnosed with cancer who choose to see doctors at City of Hope, a Los Angeles-area health system.
3 months agoShe fined tech giants billions of dollars. Now she wants sharper tools -- A tool Margrethe Vestager has revived after nearly two decades is the option of ordering a company cease actions the commission alleges to be anticompetitive, even before a case is completed.
3 months agoNestlé, Tim Hortons top list of plastic polluters — while McDonald's moves down to fourth place -- Greenpeace's annual single-use plastics audit finds most identifiably branded garbage originates with just a few big brands.
3 months agoFacebook's libra hits extra regulatory roadblocks in Europe -- Valdis Dombrovskis, who is slated to stay on as vice president of the European Commission in charge of financial regulation, said Tuesday that libra posed a systemic risk to the euro, given the size of the companies that are behind the global cryptocurrency-based payments network.
3 months agoBurned by bitcoin: Early cryptocurrency millionaire has lost his 'love for the industry' -- Jered Kenna headed the first U.S. cryptocurrency exchange, but is now disillusioned.
3 months agoUber Copter will now fly you over Manhattan gridlock for $200 -- Through the app, customers are able to schedule a journey as far as five days in advance, until space is full. As with Uber car rides, prices will fluctuate, based on demand.
3 months agoHow to set your Google data to self-destruct -- People's tastes and interests change. So why should our Google data histories be eternal?
3 months agoSamsung Galaxy Fold review: The $2,000 phone of the future is here — please don't break it -- The world's first foldable smartphone demands some added caution, especially for those of us who have become so accustomed to handling, well, smartphones.
3 months agoFacebook risks EU court order to censor hateful posts globally -- The EU Court of Justice will decide how far Facebook's obligations go to ensure such content stays away from its platform.
3 months agoVisa, Mastercard, others reconsider involvement in Facebook's Libra network, sources say -- Wary of attracting regulatory scrutiny, executives of some of Libra's backers have declined Facebook's requests to publicly support the project, the people said.
3 months agoFacebook risks EU court order to censor hateful posts globally -- EU Court of Justice judges will rule Thursday on a case that Facebook warns could threaten freedom of speech if a worldwide obligation to hunt down content is imposed on the company and other technology giants.
3 months agoUPS drones win milestone FAA permission to take off shackles -- The devices promise to reduce carriers' costs as the surge of e-commerce increases demand for home delivery.
3 months agoFacebook to exempt opinion and satire from fact-checking
3 months agoScammers find more opportunities on internet marketplaces -- A study found people most easily fall victim to what the Better Business Bureau categorizes as "online purchase" scams, which involve purchases and sales on direct seller-to-buyer sites like Craigslist and eBay.
3 months agoApple Watch Series 5 review: A smartwatch that's more like a watch -- Part fitness tracker, part health monitor, part daily minder and personal assistant, the Watch has evolved into a useful accessory.
3 months agoCatching Gen Z Requires a Big Fish: Instagram
3 months agoThe sexy electric vehicle you probably haven't heard of is gunning for Tesla -- The Polestar 2 can travel up to 440 kilometres on a single charge, go from zero to 96 kph in under 5 seconds with all-wheel drive and boasts being the first vehicle of any kind to feature a built-in Android infotainment system.
3 months ago'They don't need us anymore': Autoworkers fear electric unrest -- Dread over the prospect that plug-in cars will doom auto jobs helped spark the first United Auto Workers strike against General Motors Co. in over a decade.
3 months agoCEO exits at Juul, WeWork show pitfalls of torrid growth -- The events this week suggest that Facebook's old mantra of 'move fast and break things' isn't as reliable a formula for long-term success as it once seemed.
3 months agoMatch.com used scam accounts to con users, FTC says -- The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is suing Match.com, claiming in a complaint filed Wednesday that it used the phoney love-interest ads to trick people into purchasing its services.
3 months agoInstagram's content factories are huge — and that's a problem for Facebook -- Instagram has grown so big, so fast and so commercial that it risks losing the stylish and intimate aesthetic that made it wildly popular.
3 months agoGOP Lawmaker Calls for Fed to Detail Its Cybersecurity
3 months agoApple weighs doubling down on bailout of iPhone display supplier -- The company that supplies displays for Apple has run into financial trouble because it has had difficulty branching out into products beyond the iPhone and because it doesn't yet commercially produce a newer type of screen for smartphones.
3 months agoAmazon Extends Alexa's Reach Into Wearables
3 months agoFTC Sues Match for Allegedly Tricking Users With Fake Ads
3 months agoQ&A With AT&T's John Stankey on Streaming Strategy
3 months agoSharp Questions Can Help Boards Oversee Cybersecurity
3 months agoGoogle Refuses to Pay for News Links in France
3 months agoTech-powered trucks force transport sector to consider cybersecurity -- Some fear hackers could divert valuable cargo from its destination, paralyze logistical networks or enable trade secrets to be compromised.
3 months agoUber Restricted to Short-Term License in London
3 months agoSnap detailed Facebook's aggressive tactics in 'Project Voldemort' dossier -- Facebook has previously said that its acquisitions fuel innovation, rather than stifle it, and a spokeswoman said the company's addition of new services and features over the years gives consumers more choices.
3 months agoGoogle wins case limiting scope of EU's 'right to be forgotten' -- The decision is a victory for the Alphabet Inc. search engine and the companies and free-speech advocates that supported it.
3 months agoApple to Keep Building Mac Pro in U.S. After Securing Tariff Relief
3 months agoFollowing Apple's Lead, Google Launches Subscription Videogame Service
3 months agoGoogle braces for landmark global privacy ruling -- There is concern that expanding the 'right to be forgotten' in the EU will clash with free speech.
3 months agoCompanies Face Uncertainty Over Challenges to Trans-Atlantic Data Transfers
3 months agoUber, Lyft drivers torn as California law could reclassify them -- Rachel Hudson has driven for Lyft for about five years and fears employment status could mean having to work in scheduled shifts that would wipe out flexibility.
3 months agoU.S. grants Apple 10 exemptions from tariffs on Chinese imports -- The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative on Friday granted Apple exemptions on its Magic Mouse 2, Magic Trackpad 2 and various internal components.
3 months agoFacebook suspends more apps, tightens data controls -- Facebook said the suspended apps are associated with about 400 developers, though many were still in test phases.
3 months agoApple's Challenge for iPhone 11: Halt Flagging Sales in China
3 months agoTwitter Suspends Former Saudi Official Linked to Khashoggi Killing
3 months agoNintendo Seeks to Sustain Switch Sales With Stripped-Down Console
3 months agoExecutive coach or therapist? It's getting harder to tell the difference -- Some people who would shun a therapist would gladly schedule regular visits with an executive coach. But there are concerns coaching strays too far into the territory of mental health.
3 months agoU.S. Needs to Do More on 5G, Senator Says
3 months agoZuckerberg Meets With Trump, Faces Tough Questions from Senators -- Sen. Richard Blumenthal described the meeting as a mix of criticism and constructive dialogue over the tech industry's "repeated failures" to protect election security and consumer privacy.
3 months agoYou Can Update Your iPhone to iOS 13 Today but You Probably Shouldn't
3 months agoHuawei launches first smartphone without Google's key apps -- Since the company was added to the U.S. Commerce Department's 'entity list' in May, it has been effectively blocked from buying U.S.-sourced technology.
3 months agoChina's Tencent to Invest in Educational Startup VIPKid
3 months agoCash may be king in India but Google is prince of mobile payments -- In India, the Alphabet Inc. has one of its fastest-growing hits ever with Google Pay, a two-year-old app that millions of consumers are using to spend and transfer tens of billions of dollars.
3 months agoApple Communications Chief to Leave Company
4 months agoMultifactor Authentication Can Stop Hacks but Annoy Employees
4 months ago'Sign In With Apple' Is Way Better Than Passwords---If You Can Find It -- Apple's newest developer guidelines require any apps that offer a social sign-in to also implement Sign in with Apple. As of last week, new apps submitted must offer the button.
3 months agoHuawei Suspended From International Cybersecurity Forum After U.S. Ban
4 months agoFacebook Jumps on the Streaming Bandwagon With New Portal Device
4 months agoHow hackers could break into the Smart City -- Hackers have, in recent years, effectively held cities hostage through ransomware, sometimes crippling critical systems for months at a time.
3 months agoTips for Keeping Your Mobile Phone (Relatively) Safe
4 months agoShould Cities Ever Pay Ransom to Hackers?
3 months agoCompanies Compete to Be Cryptocurrency Custodians
3 months agoDo Messaging Apps Fit Into the Workplace? Not Always Comfortably
4 months agoU.S. Coast Guard Flexes Cyber Muscles
4 months agoAmazon music to keep on rockin' with high-definition streaming -- Amazon Music, the No. 3 music-streaming service by subscriptions, envisions bringing better sound quality to the masses.
4 months agoiPhone 11, 11 Pro, 11 Pro Max review: The battery life we've been dying for -- Battery and camera weren't the only iPhone 11 highlights, though they were certainly the biggest.
4 months agoThe upgrader's guide to the iPhone 11 (and all the other choices) -- Looking to upgrade? With Apple's yearly upgrade hypecycle, it's easy to lose track of which phone is the best bang for your buck. This guide makes it a little bit clearer.
4 months agoWorld catching up with China on surveillance tech -- Huawei is leading the charge, providing surveillance technology in 50 countries, far more than its nearest competitor, the report says, adding "no other company comes close."
4 months agoAntitrust Enforcers Signal Discord Over Probes of Big Tech
4 months agoGTA gas prices poised to spike after drone attack on Saudi oilfield -- Experts say price for gas could go up by as much as 12 cents a litre after drone attacks knock out nearly 6 per cent of the world's crude supply
4 months agoAmazon changed search algorithm in ways that boost its own products -- The issue is particularly sensitive because the U.S. and the European Union are examining Amazon's dual role—as marketplace operator and seller of its own branded products.
4 months agoApple's bare cupboard vs. Netflix, Disney bulk: Will it work to win the streaming wars? -- Apple and Disney throw their hat in the ring to compete for your subscription dollar in a crowded field that includes Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.
4 months agoDisney Chief Executive Robert Iger resigns from Apple's board -- Iger, who has led Disney as CEO since 2005, joined Apple's board in 2012 and was serving as the nominating-committee chair and on the compensation committee.
4 months agoHouse Committee requests tech executives' emails in antitrust probe -- Dozens of executives, including Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg, named in requests for emails and executive communications.
4 months agoHackers Use Spyware to Track SIM Cards
4 months agoWashington, Silicon Valley Struggle to Unify on Protecting Elections
4 months agoAmazon starts crowdsourcing Alexa responses from the public. What could possibly go wrong? -- Amazon made its Alexa Answer program available to the general public this week after several months of beta testing, opening up its artificial intelligence assistant to crowdsourced recommendations for unprogrammed questions.
4 months agoGoogle Subpoenaed for Details on Its Ad Business
4 months agoGovernment to Google: Let Employees Speak Out -- While Google executives have bragged about open debate in their workplace, employees have complained of retaliation for raising concerns about equality and freedom of speech.
4 months agoData Breaches Elicit Calls for More Transparency
4 months agoGoogle pays more than $1 billion to settle French tax cases -- France has started levying a new tax against large companies with significant digital revenue in the country, retroactive to the start of 2019.
4 months agoIt's a Fish-Eat-Fish World. Scientists Want to Change That.
4 months agoFrance hardens position against Facebook's Libra currency -- The country said the Libra project would lead to "an eventual privatization of money," replacing weaker currencies in countries around the world and undermining states' sovereign independence.
4 months agoOracle Co-CEO Mark Hurd Taking Medical Leave
4 months agoAt more diverse Apple event this year some minorities still left out -- While more women and people of colour took the stage, critics shine light on glaring omission: ' . . . sadly, no African Americans speaking — some in the ads.'
4 months agoApple undercuts rivals with streaming price -- Apple set monthly prices for its TV+ video-streaming service and Arcade videogame-streaming service at $4.99 (U.S.), largely undercutting rivals.
4 months agoSmart cities will require smarter cybersecurity -- Deploying these technologies comes at a cost, however, in that the number of connections also gives hackers more opportunities to break into city systems.
4 months agoActivist Wants AT&T to Be More Like Verizon
4 months agoChip Makers Still Await Clearance to Sell to Huawei
4 months agoTech Giants in Battle to Store Health Data in the Cloud
4 months agoU.S. Files Criminal Charges Against Chinese Professor Linked to Huawei
4 months agoThe government vs. Big Tech: Arguments each side could make -- Federal antitrust laws are broadly written, giving the government flexibility to apply them to new forms of monopolistic conduct as the economic landscape evolves.
4 months agoCompanies explore encryption that withstands quantum computing -- A few organizations holding particularly sensitive data are looking for ways to protect their information from hackers.
4 months agoApple bets more cameras can keep iPhone humming -- Sources say Apple plans to reveal a trio of new iPhones with additional rear cameras and enhanced capabilities for low-light photos on Tuesday.
4 months agoStates to launch Google, Facebook antitrust probes -- The antitrust probes put added pressure on the tech giants, which are already under federal scrutiny.
4 months agoDemocratic senators question Facebook on hidden gun sales -- In a letter to Mark Zuckerberg, 15 senators—including three 2020 presidential candidates—asked for information about the company's knowledge of, and efforts at policing, the sale of guns on Marketplace.
4 months agoSlack Intensifies War of Words With Microsoft
4 months agoStruggling media could get lift from Competition Bureau digital scrutiny -- Examination of possible anti-competitive practices by digital giants like Facebook and Google could offer a reprieve to the traditional media they 'decimated,' but industry watchers say the step feels years behind other world powers
4 months agoCompetition watchdog ramps up scrutiny of digital giants -- Competition Bureau urges businesses to provide them with anti-competitive reports which they say may lead to enforcement against online behemoths such as Facebook and Google
4 months agoGerman Probe of Facebook Highlights Data Risks
4 months agoStadium Weeds Out Disruptive Fans With Facial Recognition
4 months agoHearing Loss? A New Device Lets You Feel Sound
4 months agoSamsung launches smartphone meant to make blockchain friendlier -- The phone will feature the same hardware and packaging as the two sizes of the Galaxy Note 10, and is expected to be sold at similar prices, which start at around $1000.
4 months agoSlack Shares Plunge Despite Raising Full-Year Outlook
4 months agoTwitter Disables Texting Feature Amid Hacks
4 months agoYouTube to Pay Fine, Adjust Site Over Children's Privacy
4 months agoFacebook Lays Out Challenges of Letting Users Take Their Own Data
4 months agoAs Dorian Strikes, WhatsApp Connects Family Across Distance
4 months agoCompanies Use Cyber Ranges to Practice Security Skills
4 months agoHuawei accuses the U.S. of cyberattacks and threats to its staff -- Huawei detailed numerous allegations against the U.S. on Tuesday, in which it also denied stealing smartphone-camera tech from multimedia producer Rui Oliveira.
4 months agoStreaming services draw new subscribers with old-time rock 'n' roll -- Older music is the biggest growth area in music streaming, according to Nielsen.
4 months agoTrade-secrets case seen as warning to Silicon Valley -- Experts say they can't think of another example in which FBI pursued a criminal case against a U.S. tech employee accused of taking proprietary material to a new job.
4 months agoYearslong tax dispute could cost big tech companies billions -- A long-running tax dispute is creating hefty expenses for big U.S. tech companies like Facebook and Alphabet.
4 months agoNo Relief for Big Tech Under New EU Leadership
4 months agoFounders of successful tech companies are mostly middle-aged, study finds -- Researchers looked at startups established between 2007 and 2014 and analyzed the top 0.1 per cent — defined as those with the fastest growth in employment and sales. They found that the average age of the companies' founders was 45.
4 months agoGoogle researchers uncover 2-year iPhone hack tied to malicious websites -- In a deep-dive blog post published late last week, Ian Beer, a security expert on Google's Project Zero, detailed how hackers had been using malicious websites to exploit an iPhone software vulnerability.
4 months agoThe next hot job: Pretending to be a robot -- Postmates, which received a permit to operate its Serve delivery robot and is already testing it for food delivery, employs a growing team of 'pilots' to oversee food ferries.
4 months agoCEO Jack Dorsey's Twitter Account Was Hacked, Company Says
4 months agoFraudsters used AI to mimic CEO's voice in unusual cybercrime case -- The CEO of a U.K.-based energy firm thought he was speaking on the phone with his boss who asked him to send the funds to a Hungarian supplier.
4 months agoTesla Raises Price of Model 3 in China Ahead of Tariff Jump
4 months agoUber, Lyft, DoorDash Threaten Ballot Fight Over California Gig-Worker Law
4 months agoSenators Want Answers on Listings for Unsafe Amazon Merchandise
4 months agoDell Reports Record Revenue in PC Division
4 months agoApple Opens Door to iPhone Repairs by More Outside Vendors
4 months agoAcademics and Experts See Esport Potential for Cybersecurity
4 months agoThe First Female Space Tourist on What We Can Do in Orbit
4 months agoYouTube puts original series in front of paywall as streaming competition heats up -- The Google-owned company says it's lifting the paywall on upcoming seasons of marquee programs after they were previously only available through its ad-free subscription service called YouTube Premium.
4 months agoBox's Revenue Growth Slows
4 months agoApple tightens privacy rules on Siri recordings after backlash -- 'We realize we haven't been fully living up to our high ideals, and for that we apologize,' Apple wrote Wednesday in a blog post.
4 months agoHackers Escalate IRS Impersonation Scams
4 months agoAmazon holds talks with Indonesian ride-hailing startup Gojek -- The companies have discussed an arrangement by which Amazon would make a sizable investment in Gojek and tap into the Jakarta-based company's delivery infrastructure.
4 months agoFormer Google Engineer Charged With Stealing Trade Secrets
4 months agoPeloton to Pursue Nasdaq Listing, Dual-Class Stock Structure in IPO
4 months agoHuman Error Often the Culprit in Cloud Data Breaches
4 months agoGoogle Warns Against Blocking 'Cookies' Entirely, Triggering Criticism
4 months agoGlobalfoundries Launches Legal Battle Against Taiwan Semiconductor, Also Targets Manufacturers
4 months agoGlassdoor's Operating Chief to Become Its Next CEO
4 months agoAT&T Telecom Chief John Donovan to Retire
4 months agoHow to haggle with your hacker -- Hackers were demanding about $10,000 in bitcoin to decrypt the municipality's data—a hefty sum for a district with a population of about 1,350.
4 months agoCities Are Saying 'No' to 5G, Citing Health, Aesthetics---and FCC Bullying
4 months agoGoogle Curbs Political Debate by Employees
4 months agoU.S. Appeals Court Freezes Antitrust Ruling Against Qualcomm
4 months agoAmazon deal opens door to bigger footprint in India -- The retail giant is acquiring a small stake in Future, one of India's largest retailers, in a deal that gives it an option to take a much larger stake after three years.
4 months agoAmazon has ceded control of its site. The result: thousands of banned, unsafe or mislabeled products -- A Wall Street Journal probe finds 4,152 items for sale on Amazon.com have been declared unsafe by federal agencies, are deceptively labeled or are banned by federal regulators.
4 months agoAttention Amazon Shoppers: How to Safety-Proof Your Order
4 months agoHuawei launches A.I. chip in push to unseat U.S. makers -- Huawei on Friday revealed details of the chip, the Ascend 910, designed to crunch the massive amounts of data used to build A.I. algorithms, and said it is available immediately.
4 months agoHP CEO Dion Weisler Stepping Down
4 months agoNew York Officials Plan for Cyber Defenses Around 5G
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