My secret account is now not so private after Facebook updated its search engine without warning, and there’s nothing I can do about it Quietly, over the last year, Facebook has killed the concept of a private account.
A spokesperson for the FBI, Christopher Allen, declined to comment on the rules or say if they had been changed since 2013, except to say that they are “very clear” that “the FBI cannot predicate investigative activity solely on the exercise of First Amendment rights.
Good news, everyone! Remember how we never used to have the technology to be able to just automatically disable the photographic capabilities of the cell phones held by everyone in a giant crowd? No longer: Stereogum reports five years of hard paperwork for Apple has finally paid off, and the compan
We learned yesterday evening that NHTSA is opening a preliminary evaluation into the performance of Autopilot during a recent fatal crash that occurred in a Model S. This is the first known fatality in just over 130 million miles where Autopilot was activated.
Microsoft just released yet another Win10 upgrade nag system, disguised as a “Recommended” patch for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 systems. Sorry to interrupt, but this is important.
Spotify has accused Apple of “causing grave harm to Spotify and its customers” by rejecting an update to Spotify’s iOS app, Spotify’s legal chief wrote in a letter to his counterpart at Apple, Recode reports.
A Tesla Model S with the Autopilot system activated was involved in a fatal crash, the first known fatality in a Tesla where Autopilot was active.
Google and five Asian telecoms have begun using an undersea cable connecting Oregon and Japan. At 60Tbps, “this is the highest-capacity undersea cable ever built,” and Google will have access to 10Tbps of that, the company said in an announcement yesterday.