Facebook said it squashed “a bug.” Researchers say it is hiding crucial information.
AIM burst onto the scene in the late 1990s. For pre-teens and teens, it was a whole secret universe that their parents almost never saw.
The iPhone 7 is enjoying a new sales bump, while the iPhone 8 line isn't flying off shelves at the pace of its predecessors, according to an analyst report.
The two companies may face tough regulatory review.
It's time to update your devices and the firmware of your router.
You might want to avoid the fact-checking site for now.
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The company is on track to lose more video subscribers this quarter than it gained.
A short film shot mostly in California by Sriram Murali shows how much manmade lights affect the view of outer space. Murali is working on a follow up documentary (http://savingthedark.com/) on the effects of light pollution, and what we can do to fight it. Original link here: https://vimeo.com/178841667
For jetsetters or armchair travelers, Visit a City is full of inspiration.
Ikea Place uses your phone’s camera to photograph the floor, measure the space and drop furniture images into the scene.
Equifax has taken one of its Web pages offline following a report that an independent security researcher encountered malicious links during multiple visits to the company's website.
Sandberg: "But the question is: should divisive political or issue ads run? Our answer is yes."
The Chevrolet Bolt EV is an electric vehicle that boasts a range of up to 238 per full charge. It releases early 2017.
Ordinary Americans unwittingly played a key role in spreading Russian content.
Facebook wants “a billion people” to use virtual reality, and this is how it plans to get there.
Facebook is down for many people, the company confirmed
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg apologized for posting a video of his virtual reality tour of Puerto Rico Oct. 10, which faced backlash online.
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If you're looking for an easy way into the smart home, Google Home Mini is the cheapest way to do that.
Google found tens of thousands of dollars were spent on ads by Russian agents who aimed to spread disinformation across Google's platforms.
Russian operatives viewed military personnel as a key group to influence with disinformation.