You'd be surprised.
The Paytm data-sharing controversy is a moment of reckoning for India’s startup ecosystem as users demand more transparency about how their data is shared with the government.
What Facebook's recent videos have in common is that they fail to address a vital component of the corporate apology: the company culture.
The service that ranked your best tweets had a community and culture built around it that will be missed.
Heads up: There's a new and very complicated European privacy law. Here's a breakdown.
Amazon says the Echo mistakenly heard the "Alexa" wake word, in addition to multiple confirmation prompts.
Uber's vehicle operators — not software — are supposed to hit the brakes in case of emergency.
When it comes to media criticism, comparing Elon Musk to Donald Trump is very unfair — to Trump.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. But mostly the worst.
“As a realtor ... I thought, isn’t it time to offer something in crypto?”
It's an effort to provide "authentic, trustworthy information," this time around.
Inside the murky world of music streaming manipulation.
First piloted in Australia, the program will now roll out in Canada, the UK, and the US.
Amazon's free return policy has its limits, apparently.
“How do you want to be remembered? As one of the three internet giants together with Bill Gates and Steve Jobs?”
"Perhaps you’re horrified of this creation of yours and what it’s led to."
The ACLU has called on Amazon to stop pushing its image recognition technology, "Amazon Rekognition," to law enforcement.
So many broken friendships over an unfollowing have just been prevented.
"As you know, I had the balls to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, and so should you."
The once-a-month injectable called Aimovig is the first in a new class of drugs that block a migraine-related molecule.
The Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing shows the company’s web of high-powered connections.
The 18-year-old woman was diagnosed with hypersensitivity pneumonitis and needed to be intubated and to have fluid drained from her lungs.
It was fun while it lasted.
It will cost $9.99 a month and will let you stream a lot more than just your favorite songs.
During one livestream, someone using the screen name National Socialist spent $100 to display the message “WHITE PRIDE WORLD WIDE!”
Instagram says that her controversial post was removed by accident, and it has apologized to her.
Tallmadge D’Elia, 38, may be the first person in the United States to die as a result of an e-cigarette explosion.
It's a symbolic win for those in favor of an open and competitive internet, but the Senate resolution still faces many challenges ahead.
Please help us figure this one out. Please.
Thirty minutes and a little bitcoin can buy you an army of believable Facebook users.
A rising star on the right, Owens was CEO of a site that compared Trump to Hitler and speculated that he has a small penis.
ICIT bills itself as "America's Cybersecurity Think Tank." But BuzzFeed News found it's running fake Twitter accounts and its top expert has questionable credentials.
Act like a jerk, and Twitter will start limiting how often your tweets show up.
Convenience food just got a facelift.
"There is a lot more work to be done to find all the apps that may have misused people’s Facebook data," the company said in a blog post.
“When you see what they see, it’s going to be very terrifying for everyone.”
The feature is called "Page History" but now it's gone.
The groups, including one with more than 200,000 members, vanished after BuzzFeed News contacted Instagram.
"We'll make sure the system is appropriately identified."
After a soldier lost her ear in a car crash, Army doctors were able to create a new one and place it inside her arm as part of a total ear reconstruction.
BuzzFeed News senior technology reporter Alex Kantrowitz digs into the latest news, strategy, and inner workings of the Gang of Four.
Google has always asked users to sacrifice a piece of themselves for the future. Its latest I/O Keynote took the idea a step further.
In India, Twitter’s fastest-growing market, impersonating legitimate news organizations is the newest way to spread fake news.
"When Google sneezes, we catch pneumonia," said Overstock CEO Patrick Byrne.
Watch out, Amazon.
John Legend is living his best life inside a smart speaker, and other technological advances.
Google just demoed a 100% natural-sounding AI that scheduled an appointment with a live human on the phone who didn't know she was talking to a machine.
The ride-hail giant wants to make flying taxis a reality. But its ambitious plans are only in the earliest stages.
New features in Android will help users manage — and limit — their screen time.
I would like to leave this simulation.
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