Many sites have been charging high rates since 2010 but Google has finally taken some of the ads down.
The bereaved mother still saw the ads after sharing news of her loss on the site and changing her settings.
Spies' fave data mining biz could go public as early as late 2019 – reports
CIA-backed data-mining business Palantir is reportedly in talks with banks to take the company public for a blockbuster sum, and could move as early as next year.…
With Apple and most Android OEMs making increasingly larger phones while Apple discontinues the small iPhone SE, it's pretty clear where the smartphone market is going—at least for the near term. But that doesn't mean there aren't some companies bucking the trend by going smaller, not bigger. Earlier this week, we heard that Palm's brand is rebooting with a very small phone that's not meant to be your main portable computing device. But this phone from Kyocera is even smaller.
The Japanese company has been producing unusual phone designs off and on for years, like a Nintendo DS-like dual-screen handset in the early Android days. The latest experiment is the KY-O1L, a phone that would likely fit in one of the credit card slots in your wallet or purse. We said the Palm phone was "about the size of a credit card," and that was true—except in depth. This phone is a little closer to that goalpost in depth. Unfortunately, it's only being released in Japan—but it's an interesting concept to see even if you're not in that region.
Apple's most colorful iPhone X is also its most affordable 2018 model.
European Commission: We've called off the lawyers over Ireland's late collection of Apple back taxes
Case closed month after Apple coughs $14.3bn in 'illegal State Aid'
The European Commission has decided to withdraw court action against Ireland over the delayed recovery of €14.3bn worth of back taxes that were ruled as illegal state aid, it has confirmed.…
The midrange Model 3 has a 260-mile range and will cost $45,000 before incentives.
Startup Mui hides a smart home screen behind a sanded wood panel.
Welcome to Edition 1.22 of the Rocket Report! We have plenty to discuss this week, from Paul Allen's untimely passing to the Atlas V rocket's success as well as why SpaceX remains in Los Angeles despite California's high taxes and regulations. We also have a fun story about a Titan II missile silo for sale.
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Rocket Lab takes steps toward high launch cadence. It may have been nine months since Rocket Lab has launched its Electron booster, but the company is growing both in people and facilities. The New Zealand Herald reports that Rocket Lab's staff has nearly doubled, to 330, in the past year, with around 200 in New Zealand and the remainder in the United States. The company plans to hire another 180 employees over the next year.
The newest Apple Watch refines its familiar formula, but there's still more it could be doing.
Google and Microsoft are helping political campaigns defend against hackers using automated attacks to target the midterm election.
JAXA and ESA in a tree, going to visit Mercury
BepiColombo, the first mission to Mercury for the European Space Agency (ESA), is due to lift off tomorrow morning at 0145 UTC on an Ariane 5 rocket.…
It's only got one lens, while the iPhone XS has two. But what else is different?
Commentary: You don’t need to buy toy starships to play Starlink: Battle for Atlas. But they’ll still dictate how you play the game.
Continuous Lifecycle London ‘19: Call for papers closes tonight
Events If you want to tell hundreds of your peers how you've used DevOps, containers, continuous delivery or agile to improve your software operations, be quick - the call for papers for Continuous Lifecycle London closes tonight.…
We take an early look at what sets the iPhone XR apart from the XS.
Both parties accuse each other of IP theft
CNEX Labs co-founder and CTO Yiren Ronnie Huang have accused Huawei and its subsidiary Futurewei of engaging in industrial espionage to steal CNEX's SSD intellectual property.…
The device starts at $749 and has some limitations compared to its iPhone XS and XS Max siblings.
'Do not disturb' mode isn't for you, it's for the rest of us
Something for the Weekend, Sir? Hold down the Shift key as you drag the vertical divider horizontally, and you find that you can adjust the column width in your table without changing the……
This generation of Volkswagen Passat has been around for a long time, and it shows.