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Facing vocal opposition from local politicians and residents, Amazon is reportedly having second thoughts about its plans for an East Coast headquarters in Long Island City, Queens.
The new feature will let users create and support petitions, and tag politicians and local officials.
A California federal judge rules that police cannot compel users to unlock their devices with facial recognition, fingerprints, or other forms of biometrics.
There were a ton of sleek next-gen cars at CES, from snazzy luxury vehicles to eye-popping concept cars.
At CES, the automaker is showing off its Autonomous Work Vehicle prototype, a rugged self-driving car.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is in final negotiations and plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two East Coast cities.
Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger announce their successor a week after their abrupt resignation and another tumultuous week for Facebook.
Apple's XS lineup and entry-level iPhone XR don't have as many flashy features as their predecessors, but there are plenty of upgrades under the hood.
Verizon-owned Oath is pitching a service to advertisers analyzing AOL and Yahoo emails to provide targeted ad data, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Mark Zuckerberg details new Facebook, WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram and Oculus features in wide-ranging F8 keynote.
Gmail's web interface is getting a new look packed with AI and security features, including confidential mode, email nudging and hover actions.
The Center for Humane Technology will focus its efforts on young users, first with a public school ad campaign on the harmful effects of tech and social media.
These apps, companies, and devices have flown too close to the sun. The tech grim reaper is coming for them, and he is without mercy.