That’s about half of what HBO spent on content in 2016, and the same amount Amazon spent on programming in 2013, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Paul LePage uses his Facebook page to perform government business, so blocking people who disagree with him ‘constitutes … government censorship,’ the ACLU says.
NIST now recommends using long passphrases instead of complicated alphanumeric passwords, and only refreshing them if they’ve been breached.
At Disney, a ‘truly transformative experience’ includes all the senses, so get ready.
If you and your potential mentor both think it’s a match, you’ll be able to chat with each other.
The social giant said this change should allow people to ‘spend more time reading the stories they find relevant,’ and less time waiting for them to load.
The bill would update the Communications Decency Act to ‘ensure that websites that knowingly facilitate sex trafficking can be held liable.’
The SpaceX and Tesla CO on Wednesday posted an Instagram video showing how his congestion-avoiding underground tunnel project is coming along.
With your permission, iRobot may sell maps of your home to third-party companies working on smart home devices.
A group of researchers from MIT have developed a small robot that can inspect water and gas pipes from the inside to locate leaks before they become a big problem.
The new feature inside Amazon’s iPhone app lets you follow specific categories and people, making it easy to buy things you find.
The site was used by ‘hundreds of thousands’ of people to buy and sell illegal goods and services, such as drugs, stolen IDs, malware and other hacking tools.
Google is rolling out a new ‘unverified app’ warning screen, which will appear when you encounter web apps Google has not confirmed as authentic.
U.K.-based Wi-Fi provider Purple recently added a ‘community service clause’ to its usual terms, and 22,000 blindly agreed to it.
Now through Sept. 25, students can get a free set of Beats headphones when they buy an eligible Apple Mac or iPad.
To avoid garbage tweets, you can now disable Twitter notifications from people who don’t follow you and/or those with a new account.
Volvo’s self-driving cars use the ground as a reference point for distance, and the kangaroo’s hopping makes it hard to determine how far away they are.
The Facebook-owned social network on Thursday started rolling out two new machine learning-powered filters that will shield you from offensive and spammy comments.