There’s sad news for fans of YouTube’s top creator, PewDiePie.
Airbnb says it’s making strides in combating racism on the home-rental marketplace, pointing to the speedy uptake of a new feature that thwarts discrimination by rental hosts.
Controversial social app Yik Yak’s attempted comeback hit a rut Thursday as the three-year old start-up, which has struggled to grow amid criticism of bullying tactics by some users, announced layoffs.
The cool Amazon Go concept store in Seattle that lets customers shop without going through a checkout line is probably not coming to your town anytime soon — though Seattle might be getting a drive-through Amazon pickup grocery, as well.
NBC is shutting down Breaking News, the online service and its popular mobile apps, at the end of the year.
During the ascent of the Wii, Nintendo experimented with an idea.
With Facebook facing criticism that it played a role in disseminating fake news during the U.S. presidential election, Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg believes it’s an important problem, but one whose impact has been overstated. Continue reading “Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg: ‘We Don’t Think Fake News Swayed the Election’”
President-elect Donald Trump has invited technology industry leaders to a roundtable next week in New York.
Apple’s iPhone 6S battery issue is larger than the company first thought.