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The company says it didn't use improperly handled data on millions of Facebook users in the 2016 election because of its "effective uselessness."
OtterBox's Avengers: Infinity War Symmetry and Defender Series cases are available for the latest iPhones and Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.
Ballooning a chunk of garlic bread into the stratosphere probably won't become the next hot culinary trend.
Apple's priciest phone isn't its most popular, according to a consumer research group.
Travis VanderZanden says scooters should ease traffic and be fun. But lawmakers from Santa Monica to San Francisco say they're a public nuisance.
Ferrari will focus on bringing more hybrids to market in the near term.
Commentary: The NFL is trying to make Day 3 of the draft more (at all?) interesting. So it's letting teams make "entertaining" announcements.
Commentary: With some kids, Nintendo Labo can be a magical, educational bonding experience. Mine are not those kids...
AI systems are now more likely to snoop on agents than their human counterparts.
Netflix ordered a two-hour conclusion to the sci-fi series last year after the show's cancellation spurred fans to petition for more.
Cars bodies are full of plastic, and it's not just to be cheap.
Altaba, called Yahoo before the Verizon buyout, will have to pay for a failure to disclose a giant data breach from 2014.
Until now, on-demand listening on a mobile device had been reserved for paying members.
A new Lancer hatch would borrow styling cues from the e-Evolution concept.
It looks like it's snowing on the surface of Comet 67P, but there's more to a gorgeous new space GIF than meets the eye.
Otherwise, the company lost 24,000 phone customers in the first quarter. In the background is a Justice Department investigation into possible collusion with AT&T.
We also chat about Amazon's new in-car delivery service and money management apps.
LG will unveil the G7 on May 2. Here what's confirmed and rumored about the company's new flagship phone.
UK government officials grill Aleksandr Kogan, the man who funneled Facebook users' data to Cambridge Analytica.