One search engine was given access to the names of all Facebook users' friends without their consent, according to documents reviewed by The New York Times.
Military-linked accounts have fueled deadly violence in the country.
Actors Tom Hanks and Rosie O'Donnell, filmmaker Rob Reiner and more honor the actor and director on Twitter.
We get intimate with the colorful iPhone XR, which features a big screen, wireless charging and an excellent camera.
Remembering the many big names in pop culture, science and politics who left us this year.
The budget-minded driving purist's favorite trim level comes to Porsche's most affordable sports cars.
Porsche is bringing one of the best trims available on the 911 down to the Boxster and Cayman twins, and that's a reason to celebrate!
Pronto's first product is an add-on self-driving system for semi trucks called Copilot, which is due out next year.
Move over, Micro-USB. The USB Type-C standard is here, faster and (best of all) flippable -- so you can plug it in right the first time, every time.
The Backpack Kid follows actor Alfonso Ribeiro, who sued Epic Games for allegedly stealing the Carlton, and rapper 2 Milly.
The electric SUV features two electric motors, an estimated 317 mile range and a swappable, upgradable battery pack.
Chinese automaker Nio adds a smaller electric SUV to its fleet and a larger battery option to its bag of tricks.
He isn't the first to go to extreme lengths to protect his porch.
Apple no longer sells the iPhone X, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't protect yours if you have one.
Houston, we've had a problem: NASA fears internal server hacked, staff personal info swiped by miscreants
Another leak, this time it's personal. Plus: Trump launches Space Force, er, Command
A server containing personal information, including social security numbers, of current and former NASA workers may have been hacked, and its data stolen, it emerged today.…
Apple released a new version of iOS yesterday, and the public notes this time apply just to iPhones. Labeled iOS 12.1.2, it arrives just two weeks after 12.1.1 hit, and primarily, it fixes a couple of bugs.
Both bugs are related to cellular connectivity and apply only to the three phones just released this year: the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max. One is an issue with eSIM activation on those devices. (eSIMs are a new feature in these phones that allow a single phone to have multiple numbers or carriers; they're useful if you, for example, have separate personal and work phone numbers or are a frequent international traveler.)
The second bug is related to cellular connectivity specifically in Turkey.
While Ars Technica takes a comprehensive approach to film reviews, we usually skip one portion: any pre-film "bumper." For one, these cartoon shorts are usually dissimilar from the film they're attached to. More importantly, most studios don't bother with them.
Pixar has consistently been the exception to that rule, and the studio has shipped so many bumper shorts that it has put out a whopping three compilations of the things. To promote the latest collection, Pixar Short Films Collection: Volume 3, the Disney-owned studio has made a bold decision: to give away its latest (and possibly best) short on YouTube. As it turns out, Pixar has never offered such a giveaway until this week.
Need some protection for your new iPhone XR? Here's a bunch of top cases to check out, all of them compatible with wireless charging.
Is Google purposefully breaking Microsoft, Apple browsers on its websites? Some insiders are confident it is
Google's doing to Microsoft what Microsoft did to everyone in the 1990s, allegedly
Analysis In what can only be described as painfully ironic, Microsoft engineers are seemingly convinced that Google is making changes to its websites in order to break rival browsers.…
Four missions were scheduled for Tuesday and then postponed, but all, including the Falcon 9 and New Shepard launches, will get another go.