Tech companies reveal their earnings, Netflix nudges up its prices, and social commerce is heading to the West.
YouTube joins conspiracy whack-a-mole, Twitter updates its Hacked Material Policy, Zuckerberg reveals his "thinking has evolved" on...Holocaust denial
Big Tech gets scolded for snapping up startups, Facebook's feeling the heat, and Microsoft wants to remind us all it has an App Store.
Why Twitter is far too easy to manipulate, the future of no-code is internal tools, and iPhone privacy still has a looong way to go.
With the rise in remote work, 'digital nomad dating' could be the next big thing. But sextech startups are still struggling to navigate the red tape.
Epic Games is demanding its own app store, Silicon Valley is creating an 'antibody elite', and Trump's campaign traffic is driven by...Spanish sport.
Richest men in the world argue they're not THAT powerful, scientists inject themselves with DIY vaccines, and Uber has a tipping glitch...again.
Why it's probably a bad idea to reduce yourself to a 'brand', drill holes into your skull to listen to music, or let your parents on Facebook.
Twitter's biggest ever hack is used to...steal Bitcoin, most GDPR banners don't follow guidelines, and the digital sovereignty race heats up.
Is TikTok in danger? Should we put more emphasis on teaching engineers ethics? How have we just realized that Microsoft had retail stores?