That's about half of what HBO spent on content in 2016, and the same amount Amazon spent on programming in 2013, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Half of Google's mobile search revenue is from iOS devices, which makes the huge payment worthwhile.
OpenAI has been hard at work on a bot capable of beating top professional players at Dota 1v1, and on Friday, it succeeded.
Bitcoin and Ethereum have both seen high-profile forks in the past year, spawning separate coins with different rules. The splits come down to diverging ideologies and the laws of network consensus.
The class action suit alleges that the media giant is violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
Watch is the social network's new platform for watching shows, and it's clearly trying to compete with YouTube.
Paul LePage uses his Facebook page to perform government business, so blocking people who disagree with him 'constitutes ... government censorship,' the ACLU says.
NIST now recommends using long passphrases instead of complicated alphanumeric passwords, and only refreshing them if they've been breached.
The Japanese company is selling its battery manufacturing subsidiary even though it will grow increasingly reliant on EV batteries.
The Mouse House also promised 'a significant investment' in original content.
Want to silence or adjust those iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch alerts? Here's how.
At Disney, a 'truly transformative experience' includes all the senses, so get ready.
If you and your potential mentor both think it's a match, you'll be able to chat with each other.
The indictment, filed on July 11 in Wisconsin District Court, says that 'Defendant Marcus Hutchins created the Kronos malware,' alongside another person.
In total, some 263,000 glitter cases were sold across the U.S., with a further 11,400 in Canada and 400 in Mexico. Please stop using them immediately.
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