Fraudsters are fooling facial recognition systems. • TikTokers are getting hired through video resumes on the platform. • Google is sued by 36 states for anticompetitive behavior. • A new version of Assassin's Creed.
The U.S. government released a highly anticipated report on UFOs recently, but it didn’t answer the central question: What are those mysterious flying objects spotted by military pilots in recent years?
The ongoing battle to break up Big Tech and the recent Facebook ruling. How Microsoft is taking on Apple with Windows 11. Instagram’s new primary focus. An injunction against Florida's SB 7072 social media law.
A number of moves by China greatly impacted the entire cryptocurrency market recently. The change saw the People's Bank of China putting an end to several financial institutions engaging in Bitcoin transactions.
Windows 11, due out later this year, is full of new features, including a new Start menu that's been moved to the center and a Microsoft Store with Android apps. Also, learn the CEO’s strategy of competing with Google and Apple.
Apple’s report on the App Store, its "trusted ecosystem" of apps in response to several antitrust cases. iOS 15 will introduce iCloud Private Relay and Universal Control. Peloton is reeling. Microsoft’s Windows 11 and more.
Targeted at both Apple and Android users, the new noise-canceling $150 Beats Studio Buds offer great sound, a comfortable fit and very good voice-calling capabilities. But, Apple users may not be thrilled with what got left out.
Facebook's Oculus hardware will begin to show ads and why that's intrusive. • Highlights from the E3 games conference. • The ways Amazon makes consumers who buy some of its products beta testers of half-baked ideas.