T-mobile is investigating an alleged hack, and Big Tech critics are still spending tons of money on products that will help them win their elections.
Google on Friday responded to Ohio AG Dave Yost, whose lawsuit said the firm's search function should be regulated like a public utility.
"Abandoned" is supposed to a PlayStation 5 exclusive from Blue Box Games Studios but some fans are questioning if it is real or not.
TikTok users are posting videos of themselves stealing the heads of Lebron James toys, forcing some retailers to lock them away.
If upheld, the preliminary ruling could be a significant setback for Google, which could see some products banned from import.
In a letter sent to Amazon, Senators Amy Klobuchar, Jon Ossof, and Bill Cassidy questioned the company's collection of users' biometric data.
"Pokemon Go" players lashed out on social media over losing changes to the game that were added to make playing in the pandemic easier.
Real examples of legal tech pitch decks that startup founders used to nab VC funding. See decks including the one Contractbook used for its Series A.
Apple staff worry that governments may exploit the feature, which scans iPhones for child sex abuse images, to censor or arrest people, per Reuters.
The episode discussed brewing drama around the young age of Keemstar's new girlfriend. It stoked Keemstar's and Klein's brewing feud.
The Atlanta-based startup is fully owned by its founders, who may be hoping to cash in on the email marketing boom.
Reddit is raising $410 million from Fidelity Investments, it said. "Fidelity made us an offer that we couldn't refuse," Reddit CEO Steve Huffman said.
Chinese authorities plan to craft new legislation to address national security, tech innovation, monopolies, and education.
Chinese authorities plan to craft new legislation to address national security, tech innovation, monopolies, and education.
Cisco employees fear layoffs, Samsung reveals new foldable phone, and customers ditch their Prime subscriptions: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Ijeoma Oluo's "So You Want to Talk About Race" is a bestseller. An Instagram page with a similar name run by a white woman got 2 million followers.
iPhones will get improved photo and video capabilities, and Twitter has suspended a Georgia Representative: 10 things in tech you need to know.
SpaceX's third ground station in the UK appears to be up and running, according to the Starlink.sx website.
Anna Campbell has been a staple in the YouTube community for over a decade. Now, multiple exes have spoken out with allegations of abuse.
Showtime is a platform where users discover and browse digital art collections, giving NFTs the "social aspect it was missing before."
SpaceX will take control of Swarm's internet satellites and ground station licenses as part of the deal, a FCC filing showed.
Christine Chandler was denied bond Thursday by a judge after it was deemed a risk to herself and the public.
"It takes two to tango," CEO Adam Aron said on an earnings call. "We're willing. We have not reached out to GameStop yet, but we intend to do so."
AWS is on a hiring spree, Musk got $6.7 billion in compensation in 2020, and Pizza Hut wants to build a pizza AI: 10 things in tech you need to know.
People worry about iPhone privacy, we explore Musk's tiny home, and there's more tension at AWS: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Industry experts named people making changes in the legal industry. From AI-fueled legal-research tech to legal-ops veterans, here are ten innovators.
Thousands of people and organizations have asked Apple to rethink its image scans for child sexual abuse material.
NASA is looking for participants to spend a year living in Mars Dune Alpha, a Texas-based facility designed to look and feel like the Red Planet.
TikTok videos showing seed bombing - when guerrilla gardeners launch capsules containing seeds and fertilizer at vacant lots - have millions of views.
Christine Chandler faces an incest charge. Here's a timeline of the allegations, which originated with messages on online forums years ago.
Insider is putting together a list of the most compelling, innovative media startups in Los Angeles that are shaping the tech and entertainment industries.
The 2,400-acre luxury housing community in Palm Beach, Florida is called Panther National, and all homes will come with Tesla's energy products.
Starlink's download speed and latency are close to matching those of regular broadband providers, according to a Speedtest report.
US customers who have a Visa or Mastercard linked to their Apple wallet will be able to make payments for cryptocurrencies on Coinbase.
Apple plans to scan iPhones for child sexual abuse images, Amazon delayed its reopening, and Grubhub's fall: 10 things in tech you need to know.
TikToker Timothy Hall, or "Timbo the Redneck," died after a truck accident on Saturday, says family.
Christine Weston Chandler, known as Chris Chan, has been charged with incest after audio leaked that appeared to show her discussing her mother.
Apple plans to install software onto US iPhones that will alert human reviewers if it detects child sexual abuse images, according to a new report.
Founded in 2018 by Mo Ghoneim, Arts Help is now one of the largest digital art publishers in the world in terms of reach and volume.
Google fired employees for abusing data, Zoom announced a hybrid workplace, and Uber Eats alumni launch startups: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Zach King previously posted on YouTube under the name Final Cut King, but his decades-long internet career spans Vine and TikTok.
Hacked Facebook users buy a VR headset from Facebook-owned Oculus, contact customer service to unlock their account, and then returning the device.
The Starlink app's scanner generates a dome through yourphone's camera, warning of obstructions that could block connection to Starlink satellites.
Facebook will require employees to wear masks, new book details Elon Musk's tantrums, and Google unveils new chip: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Techies have been in severely short supply over the last two years as India's IT market grows.
Christine Weston Chandler, known as Chris Chan, is one of the most cataloged individuals online. Here's a bit about her history.
Kiwi Farms originated as a forum dedicated to Chris Chan - who was arrested Sunday on an incest charge - before the site rebranded in 2015.
"The Outsider," a documentary about the construction of New York's 9/11 Museum, is the first film exclusively premiering on Facebook, Axios reported.
Details on the Google Pixel 6, the top 21 developers in the industry, and the future of food delivery: 10 things in tech you need to know.
China's Economic Information Daily said teenage addiction to online gaming is widespread and could have a detrimental impact on their education.
Christine Weston Chandler, known online as Chris Chan, was arrested on a charge of incest on Sunday after a leaked call spread online.
Google's new Tensor chip will bring big gains in AI performance to the Pixel 6 and beyond. Here's why that matters.
The Tesla Megapack fire broke out on Friday at the Victorian Big Battery project, which is made up of multiple Megapacks.
An Alabama city is luring tech workers, a robot is serving customers amid the labor shortage, and Tesla settles: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Sky News Australia said it acknowledged YouTube's right to enforce its policies after it was temporarily suspended over its COVID-related content.
Twitter's algorithm was found to be cropping out Black faces and focusing on white ones in photos. The company is asking users to help solve the issue.
A restaurant manager in Stockton told NBC News that she employed a robot helper to serve patrons because "nobody wants to come in and apply."
Another Tesla customer in California has filed a class-action lawsuit against the tech company after it updated its Solar Roof prices.
Raulino de Oliveira Maciel, a streamer, was reportedly arrested in Florianópolis on Tuesday on rape of the vulnerable charges, G1 reported.
The exchange reportedly happened as Cook and Musk discussed the tech giant potentially buying Tesla. The CEOs both say they've never spoken.
Former Facebook data scientist Sophie Zhang said she found global political manipulation on the platform, and that Facebook did little to stop it.
Neuralink's tech could help study and treat neurological disorders. Musk also claims it could one day meld human consciousness with AI.
Harry Dunn, who was on duty during the Capitol riots, is facing an onslaught of attempted smears by far-right Telegram channels.
Nikola's founder charged with fraud, Uber requires vaccinations, and Tanium sues employees: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Sophie Zhang said she posted a scathing 6,600-word memo to her personal website after Facebook fired her. Then her website disappeared.
These hotels and restaurants are fighting against Zoom meetings and social media addictions. See what the "digital detox" trend is all about.
China's recent crackdown on ride-hailing app Didi has reportedly cost SoftBank, its largest shareholder, about $4 billion.
Trevor Milton stepped down from Nikola in 2020 after allegations of misleading investors rocked the electric-vehicle startup.
Tech giants begin mandating vaccines, Robinhood preps to go public, and AWS lost 11 execs this year: 10 things in tech you need to know.
A hashtag to show solidarity with the employees of Activision Blizzard who walked out from work Wednesday trended on Twitter.
The Boring Company gives out scripts dictating what drivers can and can't say about Elon Musk, crashes, and the company, TechCrunch reports.
The Real Facebook Oversight Board is calling on Facebook to take further action to limit the spread of disinformation on the platform.
Facebook said Zuckerberg's security costs rose due to the US presidential election, and several companies reported increased costs from the shift to remote work.
YouTuber Steven Crowder, known for conservative commentary, posted what appeared to be hospital photos and said he had a "mild lung collapse."
Stock-trading app Robinhood is targeting a valuation of up to $35 billion in an IPO. Shares are expected to start trading July 29 under ticker "HOOD."
Big Tech reported their quarterly earnings, Activision employees chide the company, Instagram has an update: 10 things in tech you need to know.
Day traders and stock speculators may have stolen global headlines last year, but closer to home it's the rise of the passive investor that is worth watching.
The NFT (non-fungible token) market has fallen dramatically from its peak in early 2021, but Australia's true believers are still promoting the technology.
Speculation about Amazon's plans to accept payments in bitcoin by the end of 2021 is not true, a spokesperson said.
Tesla hit $1 billion this quarter, investors await Big Tech's quarterly reports, and experts weigh in on AWS's potential nightmare scenarios.
"We're inspired by the innovation happening in the cryptocurrency space and are exploring what this could look like on Amazon," a company spokesperson said.
Tesla's quarterly profits exceeded $1 billion for the first time ever during the second quarter of 2021.
Half of restaurants in the US are using scannable QR codes, allowing diners to pull up menus on their phones. See why privacy experts are concerned.
JPMorgan wants to double its financial advisor force catering to high-net-worth clients. The growth will come primarily from outside recruiting.
Citizen is hiring "field team members" to livestream incidents, interview witnesses and police officials, and report "behind police tape."
The Gates Foundation is in turmoil, we read a leaked Oracle memo, and Blizzard is facing a lawsuit: 10 things in tech you need to know.
An anonymous delivery driver known only as "Grateful Mom" said: "I don't want to do Uber Eats right now!" after winning a lottery jackpot.
WhatsApp CEO Will Cathcart told The Guardian that national security officials with US allies were targets of malware designed by NSO Group.
In this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter we track down the elusive Google cofounder Larry Page and consider Netflix's foray into video games.
The 72-hour work week is favored among fast-growing Chinese tech companies, but workers and experts say it isn't worth the toll it takes on employees.
Bill Ackman pulled the plug on a complex deal for his huge SPAC; JPM is opening up crypto funds to wealth clients who want them; UBS raises IB pay.
On Wednesday, a SWAT team appeared to raid streamer LosPollosTV's house during a stream. It was reported that no one was injured in the incident.
A fresh round of company earnings saw tech stocks outperform, with both Snap and Twitter beating earnings estimates.
Elon Musk introduced the concept of the hyperloop in 2013. Here's where we are in hyperloop development.
Twitter's trend curation team synthesizes discussions on everything from Minecraft to K-pop and adds context to viral moments.
The popular video-conferencing app is a potential investor in Dragoneer Growth Opportunities Corp. II, which is merging with Cvent.
Dorsey dates models, takes ice baths, and has appeared in front of Congress multiple times to be grilled on accusations of bias.
TikTok's algorithm gets more clear, employees leave Uber, and Steve Jobs' job application is selling as an NFT: 10 things in tech you need to know.
They were fined for the distribution of "soft porn" sticker packs featuring minors and videos of underage children behaving in a sexually suggestive manner.
Twitch streamer Sweet_Anita told HuffPost that she may quit streaming because of online sexualization. She said she has faced harassment in the past.