ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Facebook users can receive a payment — once again — after a settlement was reached in a new class action lawsuit.
Verizon Fios users along the East Coast and Midwest are reporting a major service disruption. Customers from across New York City, Boston, and Madison, Wisconsin say they have been without service since late last night.
Adobe said it has begun offering its free version of Photoshop to users in Canada.
Internet Explorer was first introduced in 1995 with the launch of Windows 95 and for some time was the most popular browser to surf the web.
Researchers hope this study will inspire further innovation in medical research and advancements in manufacturing.
The new rules start in 2024 and will only require people to have a USB Type-C cable to charge electronic devices, including cell phones, tablets, e-readers, and digital cameras.
The iOS 16 software update won’t be available for free to all users until this fall, according to Apple.
Twitter investors remain in limbo as Elon Musk evaluates his deal.
A first-of-its-kind ear reconstruction that used a 3D-printed ear made from human cells could be a game-changer for regenerative medicine, doctors say.
The Chick-fil-A food will be delivered via a fleet of box-shaped robots on wheels, which will transport the food in a locked compartment.
The survey, conducted earlier this month, asked over 2,000 users of Facebook and Instagram in the United States if and why they blocked a family member on social media.
The FBI director said a planned cyberattack on Boston Children's Hospital would have been "one of the most despicable cyberattacks I've seen."
Twitter shareholders have filed a lawsuit accusing Elon Musk of engaged in “unlawful conduct” aimed at sowing doubt about his bid to buy the social media company.
Meta will publicly share information about demographics and money spent on ads created to target people in states posted on their social media platforms.
The Amber Alert came across the AirPods so loud that it ripped open the boy's ear drum, causing permanent hearing loss, the lawsuit states.
About 40% of Americans qualify for free internet service under a new program launched by the Biden administration. Here's who qualifies.
Parents from Texas are suing Apple for negligence after their son experienced permanent hearing loss allegedly caused by a loud Amber Alert notification on his AirPods.
Elon Musk said he would overturn former President Donald Trump's ban from Twitter if his purchase of the company is successful.
Forget passwords. A new, faster and more secure sign-in method is expected to be available across major tech platforms over the course of the coming year.
Computers still have years of life left when companies toss them out. Instead of collecting in landfills, a nonprofit in Detroit is taking old devices and making them run brand new again.