Grimes, Matt and Kim, KT Tunstall, Neko Case, Rakim, TV on the Radio, and Lila Downs have also announced their support.
With 1 million people expected to attend Trump’s swearing-in ceremony (and the related protests), cell companies are calling for reinforcements.
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Nintendo makes a debut, a lawsuit against Google, more hacking, and a boatload of cash for Apple.
The batteries in the Dual+ produce smoke because of water leakage, according to Boosted.
Apple is aiming to release original TV programming by the end of 2017, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A video shows that an early version of the first iPhone almost resembled a touchscreen iPod, complete with scroll wheel.
Hasbro’s giving you a chance to vote on what the iconic board game’s playing pieces will be.
Welcome to the Trump Archive.
The company’s semiconductor division is benefitting from the rise of mobile technology, especially in China.
A leader of the march said the Golden Globe winner, who is active in Democratic politics, will have a leading role in the event.
And a $240 million New Year’s Day.
The online retailer is developing its own athleisure brand.
A year of exploding tech, unrelenting hacks, and countercultural forces.
Fake news. Apple versus the FBI. Twitter’s abuse problem. 2016 was as bizarre online as it was IRL, and BuzzFeed Tech chronicled it all. Here are our 33 biggest and best stories of the year.
A new licensing deal between Hulu and Disney is one of many moves the streaming service has made this year to compete with Netflix and boost kids’ content.
The partnerships add recognizable figureheads to a movement in search of unity and may indicate a clearer policy focus.
Local police are in search of the recorded snippets of conversation Alexa sometimes records.
All the apps, hacks, habits, and products that made our lives a little better in 2016.
Feeling lazy af? Uber will ping the friends you’re meeting to find out where they are.