Netflix first, daylight second.
Search and explore are getting big updates.
“We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer,” a Walmart spokesperson said.
“If there is anyone to blame it is the perpetrators.”
The cable channel and the video streaming company are teaming up in the first deal of its kind.
Amazon will take start taking a bigger cut of payouts on Mechanical Turk, its digital crowdwork platform — a move that might drive out both the workers and the people who pay them.
With ads, that is. You’re going to have to listen to ads.
The voice-controlled smart home hub will cost $179.99.
Shuddle, a ride-hail service for the children of busy parents, debuts an app that puts kids in control.
“Does this game make me look old?”
It details treatment in Saudi hospitals of everything from “kidney trouble” to “depression.”
Twitter or Square? Square or Twitter?
This smartphone is on fleek like bae. <3
The singer said that she believes Apple Music will ultimately hurt young artists.
The Los Angeles school district’s attempt to give all its students an iPad was a billion-dollar disaster. Baltimore County and its ambitious young superintendent hope to succeed where L.A. failed.
Among the members of /r/coontown, the manifesto’s author has found a sympathetic ear. One user wrote, “If this is the real deal…he’s no different from me, really.”
The Federal Communications Commission wants to offer consumers more power to prevent unwanted calls.
The email, which you’ve probably deleted yourself, is asking for help getting access to $50 million of the late Muammar Qaddafi’s money.
Brands and stars set up shops within Twitter.
Steph Curry has a tech startup. Klay Thompson shills a wearable. Here’s how the NBA champ Dubs are pretty much ready for demo day.
The search giant finally takes a stand against sexually explicit images posted to the Internet without consent.
The ruling could inspire other states to begin offering telemedical abortions.
The complaint to the National Labor Relations Board followed a protest at the company’s HQ on Thursday. WeWork denies the charges.
The technology giant could not secure the rights to Swift’s latest blockbuster, which will remain unavailable on any streaming service, BuzzFeed News has learned. UPDATED: Swift spoke out against Apple Music’s payment policy, prompting the company to change course.
A globe-circling fleet of small satellites could deliver high-speed internet to all corners of the Earth. It’s the new space race — and the kings of Silicon Valley all want to win.
The California Labor Commission ruled that former Uber driver Barbara Berwick was an employee, not an independent contractor. Here’s what that means.
The venture capital firm had asked for $1 million. Meanwhile, both sides are fighting the battle for public opinion.
Faced with lawsuits that could threaten their business models, tech companies are pushing for a new classification of worker that would combine the flexibility afforded to contractors with the protections afforded to employees. How that new worker is defined could impact American labor for years to come.