The former President said on Tuesday that "more COUNTRIES should ban Twitter and Facebook" after Nigeria banned Twitter.
Despite loving the idea of the Light Phone 2, Jenni Gritters struggled to send basic texts and couldn't justify the $300 price tag.
Google also says the cable will be capable of running on just a single power source, so if the power goes out at one end it won't shut down.
While the spaceflight is an unusual experiment, it's not a very surprising one: Bezos has been passionate about space since childhood.
Trump had aggressively sought to ban TikTok in the US during his presidency, but Biden has abandoned those efforts.
The popular investing app wants to time its initial public offering with people returning from the Independence Day holiday next month.
Amazon will connect your Alexa devices with those of your neighbors to improve WiFi strength. Here's how to disable it.
The FBI says Joshua Hall raised thousands of dollars for a fake organization by impersonating the former President Donald Trump's relatives.
The Polaroid Go is small, incredibly charming - and pricier than its competitors.
Instagram explains its algorithm, details emerge about Gates' affairs, and a reporter attends a Clubhouse wedding: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The US Innovation and Competition Act includes $52 billion to encourage US manufacturing of semiconductor chips - an effort to stop a global shortage.
Ingenuity had never seen this new airfield before, but it landed safely anyway. The helicopter has repeatedly defied NASA's expectations.
You can add music to iMovie from a variety of different sources, depending on the device and type of sound you're adding.
Lordstown Motors raised $675 million by going public through a reverse merger in late 2020 that valued it at roughly $1.6 billion.
ProPublica obtained confidential tax documents filed with the IRS that revealed how some of the world's wealthiest have avoided paying taxes.
Silicon Valley is arriving in Miami and bringing their ethos with them: moving fast, disrupting, not asking for permission.
You can use the Roku YouTube app to watch all kinds of content, including purchased or rented movies and TV shows.
The app, ANOM, was installed on barren phones with no video or camera capabilities, and was encrypted.
You can edit videos on your iPhone or iPad using the default Photos app or a more advanced app like iMovie.
You can add text to an iMovie on an iPhone, iPad, or Mac. There are more precise editing options available with the Mac software.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost is suing Google, saying it steered residents to its own products with "discriminatory and anti-competitive" practices.
You can double space in Google Docs using the "Line spacing" menu, which is available both on the website and in the mobile app.
If wealth gains were taxed like income, Musk's tax rate would amount to a little over 3%, according to secret IRS files obtained by ProPublica.
Ryan Roslansky shares a heartfelt message to new job seekers and what he wishes he'd known at the start of his career.
Instagram says it looks at how often you've interacted with another person, among other factors, to decide what content to put in front of you.
You can type on a PDF using one of several different options, depending on the device you are using.
"We rank things differently in different parts of the app, based on how people use them," said head of Instagram Adam Mosseri.
Job postings viewed by The Information show Apple suppliers explicitly saying Uyghurs and other minorities should not apply.
You can add a signature to a Microsoft Word document in several ways, depending on the computer you're using.
After being canceled in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the invite-only retreat is back on for 2021.
Zuckerberg explained the new hobbies came about after he wanted to hike a trail but was unable to obtain a hiking permit.
Nigerian authorities banned Twitter on Friday. Journalist Zainab Onuh-Yahaya describes how important the site is to young Nigerians like her.
Updates include screen sharing capabilities on FaceTime, a Focus mode that allows users to limit interruptions from non-work-related apps, and more robust privacy options.
Apple Card Family lets you add up to four other people to your Apple Card credit account, and lets everyone use the same card.
A three-year international sting operation spread the ANOM encrypted chat app among hundreds of suspected criminals. The FBI read every word.
One of SpaceX's oil rigs, Phobos, is now located in Pascagoula, a city in Jackson County, Mississippi, The Sun Herald reported.
The outage may be due to issues at Fastly, a content-delivery network, which said Tuesday morning it had identified problems with its services.
Since Bill and Melinda Gates announced their divorce last month, reports have detailed allegations of infidelity on Bill's part.
Jeff Bezos is going to space in July, Apple announced an iOS 15 update, Miami's tech communities are feuding: 10 things in tech you need to know.
The FBI seized $2.3 million after following the ransom money to a bitcoin wallet used by the hackers, for which the agency had a "private key."
Jerome Guillen joined Tesla in 2010 and rose through its ranks to become one of the company's top executives.
Apple wants the iPhone to replace your keys, driver's license, and office building pass in iOS 15, making the iPhone feel more essential.
While I was fascinated by the notion of an audio-only wedding, I did miss those quintessential moments one can only truly experience in real life.
Apple said HomeKit devices will be Siri-enabled, meaning customers can relay requests for the digital assistant from some non-Apple devices.
You can use the Kodi media player on your Roku by screen mirroring it from another device onto your Roku.
Apple is adding spatial audio to FaceTime and wants to let you use your Apple Wallet to store your hotel keys and a digital copy of your ID.
In an US Securities and Exchange Commission filing published on Monday, Navistar said it became aware of a data breach last month.
"We have folks that are right around the corner from Amazon distribution centers and Amazon is not afraid to pay $20 an hour," Chip Bergh told the AP.
People close to Jason Calacanis describe him as impulsive, brilliant, opinionated, and brash - sometimes all in the same conversation.
Jeff and Mark Bezos will be on the first human flight of the New Shepard spacecraft, which is made by Bezos' space exploration company, Blue Origin.
Tesla's head of energy operations, RJ Johnson, has left the company for a startup in stealth mode, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Andy Jassy will be Amazon CEO when Bezos launches into space, and it's unclear if his space flight was scheduled with the July 5 exit date in mind.
Watch an MQ-25 Stingray drone refuel an F/A-18 Super Hornet, the first time a pilotless plane has refueled a manned aircraft in flight.
As adversaries embrace cyberwarfare, securing personal information is becoming more of a headache for US troops operating abroad.
UK Tinder users will get a free "Super Like" - a feature allowing users to stand out on the platform - if they display a pro-vaccine sticker.
Jeff Bezos announced that he and his brother, Mark, would be traveling on Blue Origin's first tourist space flight.
France's antitrust watchdog fined Google $267 million for abusing its market power in the ad business.
Elon Musk said Tesla is canceling the Model S Plaid Plus because the regular Model S Plaid is "just so good."
Apple's upcoming developer conference, Trump stays banned from Facebook, and Apple employees protest returning to work.
Clegg said he didn't think a "private company like Facebook" should be tasked with verifying all the content users post for "precise accuracy."
A Zeiss lens designed for NASA's Apollo Missions, one of the rarest lenses in the world, will go up for auction in Vienna, Austria, next week.
Apple employees wrote in a letter that workers have even quit over the company's lack of flexibility in their post-pandemic work policies.
The hacking group Anonymous appear to have issued veiled threats to the Tesla CEO, accusing him of having "destroyed lives" with his tweets
Privacy and tech experts said Amazon's new Sidewalk network, which connects strangers' Alexa devices, raised concerns about customer privacy.
An Amazon worker was arrested and held on bail after footage showed her beating a customer. The worker said she was acting in self-defense.
Trump on Saturday said the "Big Tech monopoly" must be broken up, as he took aim at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for banning him from the network.
Silicon Valley companies on Saturday signaled approval of a G7 deal to back a 15% minimum global corporate tax. The deal has been described as 'historic'
"If I were not at Square or Twitter, I would be working on bitcoin," Jack Dorsey told a conference in a speech that heaped praise on the cryptocurrency.
India's government warned Twitter to comply with social-media regulations, which critics say give the state more power to police online content.
In this week's edition of Insider Tech we look at Twitter's efforts to develop a premium subscription service, and at Facebook's big Trump news.
Analysts told Insider the likes of Amazon and HBO Max want exclusive "sought-after content where it's good enough to get somebody to subscribe."
Prolific CEO Katia Damer and Dark CEO Paul Biggar said they were kicked out for criticizing misogyny and members' efforts to skip COVID-19 vaccine lines.
You can make a meme simply by putting text on a picture, GIF, or video clip using apps like Photoshop, GIPHY, or Kapwing.
Nuance said in an SEC filing Friday that the US government's deadline to object to the deal expired on June 1, clearing a major regulatory hurdle.
Bing showed no images when users searched "tank man" amid the Chinese government's crackdown on vigils honoring those killed during the 1989 protests.
Whether you use Safari, Chrome, or Firefox, you can clear your search history in several ways, by either removing individual pages, deleting batches, or clearing it all at once.
You can make a video in a Live Photo on both iPhone and Android using free apps like intoLive and TurnLive.
When Apple announced the tracking tags in April, privacy advocates warned about how they could be used in nefarious ways.
TOS is an acronym that means "Terms of Service." It refers to the rules you have to follow on online platforms and has become a meme on certain sites.
Suspended production at the Flat Rock, Michigan factory allowed the company's EV plant in Mexico to get ahead in May.
Facebook said politicians will be subject to the same content rules that apply to all users, a departure from its hands-off approach to world leaders.
Trump's account can be reinstated pending an evaluation to assess whether "the risk to public safety has receded," Facebook announced.
The decision follows Twitter's removal of the Nigerian president's tweet for violating its "abusive behavior" policy.
The list of Chinese firms that Americans are banned from investing in include Huawei, and Biden said he made the order over human rights concerns.
Investor pressure and advertising competition from the likes of Snapchat and Facebook pushed Twitter to look for new revenue streams.
Tencent has published a list of "violations" on WeChat's live-streaming platform, including fortune telling and wearing underwear on your head.
Recent ransomware attacks have included attacks on the world's largest meat processor and on the US's largest refined products pipeline.
The UK probe will also look into whether Facebook uses its troves of data to give its dating service an unfair advantage.
The billionaire founder of Tiger Management said he's betting on stocks like Alphabet, Facebook, and Microsoft.
Tech's power couples, Tesla recalled nearly 8,000 cars, and Tim Cook calls employees back to the office: 10 things in tech you need to know.
TikTok's policy could potentially let it collect most US users' biometric data without their consent, according to TechCrunch.
Shareholders say Grubhub withheld key financial projections and details about executive "golden parachutes" and other conflicts of interest.
You can reset your AirPods if you've been experiencing difficulty with syncing or charging the Bluetooth headphones.
3D printing creates solid objects from the additive process of layering plastics, metal, wood, synthetic fibers, and more.
Mars clouds are seasonal and rare, but Curiosity caught some colorful early wisps that seem to be made of carbon dioxide "dry ice" rather than water.
Facebook will start applying its rules to politicians after its Oversight Board scolded the firm for giving Trump a "vague" penalty in banning him.
The Apple Pencil is a special stylus that lets you draw and handwrite on your iPad, and lasts for over 10 hours of use.
Gig companies deployed Maya Angelou and racial justice rhetoric to pass Prop 22. But the law is just recycled racism, a gig economy expert argues.
You can connect your Apple Pencil to an iPad by charging the Pencil with that iPad and pressing a button on-screen.