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Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Apple’s New iPhone 11 And iPhone 11 Pro

Apple just announced its brand-new iPhones: the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, as well as the iPhone 11, the XR upgrade. Highlights include a camera with three lenses on the Pro and, at last, official PORTRAIT MODE FOR PETS on the iPhone 11.

Nicole Nguyen • 6 days ago

Apple Unveils New iPhone 11, Pro And Pro Max, Apple Watch, Apple TV+, More

BuzzFeed News is at the Steve Jobs Theater with all of the latest.

John Paczkowski • 7 days ago

Nearly Every State Is Launching An Antitrust Investigation Of Google

Attorneys general from 50 states, as well as Puerto Rico and Washington, DC, have announced their plan to launch an antitrust investigation focused on Google, which they referred to as an "online search juggernaut."

Nicole Nguyen • 7 days ago

It’s Not Just Fires. Your Phone Is Also Destroying The Amazon.

“You could drop a nuclear bomb on the forest and it would be better than mining it.”

Nicole Nguyen • 16 days ago

Hackers Tweeted Racial Slurs From Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Account

Jack Dorsey's Twitter account was compromised on Friday afternoon and tweeted the n-word and anti-Semitic remarks. A source confirmed he had his mobile device "SIM swapped."

Nicole Nguyen • 17 days ago

Ring Says It Doesn't Use Facial Recognition, But It Has “A Head Of Face Recognition Research”

More than 10 million Ring doorbells have been installed worldwide, and BuzzFeed News found evidence that the company is working to develop facial recognition technology for its devices in Ukraine.

Nicole Nguyen • 17 days ago

You Can Finally See All Of The Info Facebook Collected About You From Other Websites

Users will now be able to see the reach of Facebook’s tracking outside of the social network through a new tool called “Off-Facebook Activity,” which Mark Zuckerberg announced as "Clear History" more than a year ago.

Nicole Nguyen • 27 days ago

Humans Have Always Been Listening To Your Voice Recordings. Why Don’t Tech Companies Just Tell Us That?

Recent revelations could finally force tech giants to explain how they use our data.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

If You Lose Your iPhone, You Can’t Pay Your Apple Card Bill On The Web

The new Apple Card credit card has an iOS-only app to see transactions and make payments, which means if you lose your Apple device, you won’t be able to pay your bill online.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

These Senators Want Jeff Bezos To Explain What The Heck “Amazon’s Choice” Is

Sens. Bob Menendez and Richard Blumenthal are asking tough questions of the Amazon CEO after a BuzzFeed News report found fraudulent reviews and defective, low-quality products.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

Phones Like The Galaxy Note 10 Are Too Big. Samsung Is Doing The Only Thing It Can.

The Galaxy Note 10 is fast, thin, light — and without a headphone jack.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

Apple Card Will Be Available To A Limited Number Of People Today

For everyone else, the public launch of the new Apple credit card will be “at a later date this summer.”

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

The FTC Said You’ll Get “Nowhere Near” $125 From Equifax. Here’s How To Switch To Credit Monitoring.

The FTC said that, as a result of an “overwhelming” response to the Equifax settlement, people who have filed claims are going to get “nowhere near” $125.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

How Nextdoor Became *The* Platform For Scammers To Rip Off Your Parents

Nextdoor is a great place to complain about a neighbor’s barking dog. It’s also a petri dish for low-level crime.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

What To Do When Your Parents Are Embarrassing You Online

Family therapists share expert tips on how to confront the people who raised you.

Nicole Nguyen • One month ago

Apple Is Sending Out Another Silent Update To Fix RingCentral Webcam Flaw

Video conferencing software provided by RingCentral and Zhumu is affected by a security flaw that could allow attackers easy access to laptop cameras and microphones.

Nicole Nguyen • 2 months ago

The Zoom Desktop App Lets Any Website Take Over Your Mac’s Camera. Here’s What To Do About It.

Zoom’s video conferencing service is used by Nasdaq, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the US Department of Homeland Security, and the US Department of Energy, among others.

Nicole Nguyen • 2 months ago

“Amazon’s Choice” Does Not Necessarily Mean A Product Is Good

A review of dozens of Amazon’s Choice products by BuzzFeed News found listings with troubling product defects and warnings, as well as review manipulation.

Nicole Nguyen • 3 months ago

"Sign In With Apple" Hides Your Login Data From Facebook And Google

A slew of new features across Apple products offer privacy-focused alternatives to popular services like Facebook sign-in and Google Maps.

Nicole Nguyen • 3 months ago

Here Are The Biggest Announcements From Apple's WWDC 2019

Apple announced a bevy of updates to the operating systems that run the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac while emphasizing new privacy features. And the long-awaited breakup of the iTunes app into smaller music, podcast, and TV apps is finally coming to desktop.

BuzzFeed News • 3 months ago