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The Supreme Court will wade into a fight over Apple’s tightly controlled App Store
Two senators want Amazon's Jeff Bezos to answer for Alexa's eavesdropping
Hands off my data! 15 more default privacy settings you should change on your TV, cellphone...
Bitcoin’s astronomical rise last year was buoyed by market manipulation, researchers say
Apple is ending apps’ ability to secretly sell your contacts list
How you can unsend that Snapchat message you accidentally sent to your ex
‘Everything’s on the line’: AT&T’s showdown with DOJ over Time Warner finally gets a decisi...
This AI in security cams can recognize your face and body
Experts grade Apple’s and Google’s new tools to fight smartphone addiction
Facebook granted devices from Huawei, a Chinese telecom firm, special access to social data
Ancestry service MyHeritage says 92 million customer email addresses were exposed
Here’s what’s coming to your iPhone with iOS 12
New Apple features let users manage alerts, time on devices
Facebook is under fire and may face fines – once again – for potentially mishandling users’...
Why Microsoft is buying GitHub in $7.5 billion deal
At WWDC 2018, Apple lays out its vision for the future of the iPhone
What we expect to see at WWDC 2018
Don't use default privacy settings on sites and devices
Microsoft surpasses Google's Alphabet to become 3rd most valuable company
Apple's iOS 11.4 finally delivers on last year's promises for HomePod and iMessage
Hillary Clinton says she'd like to be Facebook CEO
Hey Alexa, come clean about how much you’re really recording us
Who’s behind those political ads on Facebook? Now, you can find out.
New privacy rules could spell the end of legalese — or create a lot more fine print
It’s not just Amazon: Apple quietly explores Northern Virginia for 20,000 workers
Why WhatsApp may present a greater challenge to democracy than Facebook
Hackers could be reading your encrypted emails. Here’s how.
Snapchat rolls out a redesign of its redesign
I took an Uber with Uber’s new CEO to ask some difficult questions
Google wants to cure your smartphone addiction