Backpedaling while playing the blame game is also not good PR
Custom firmware makes almost anything possible on an iPod
Imagine this: You are standing in line at a fast food restaurant, looking at the menu to decide what to order. You decide on a plain burger for $4. The queue finishes one order, so you move up, then notice your burger now costs $4.20. The line moves again, and now it's $4.40. There are still five more customers ahead of you. What do you do?
Class action suit filed over license plate data, allegedly violating the privacy of millions of California drivers
The defendant says its actions did not violate any California law
"Everybody in the world is now a programmer. This is the miracle of artificial intelligence"
Manufacturer offers biometric-based analytics services to advertisers
ChatGPT thinks lawyers don't get paid enough, apparently
Monday will be a big day for people and platforms alike
In context: The Supreme Court has agreed to hear two cases involving opposing state-level rulings regarding censorship of online speech. The hearing raises critical First Amendment issues, and the high court's decision could radically change the future of online discourse.
Game available from April 9 to September 9 through an official update
Casting department shredded franchise authenticity for big-name recognition
Full disclosure: Throw everything you know about Borderlands out the window if you want to enjoy the film adaptation. I absolutely love the entire cast – just not for this movie. Granted, I only have its first trailer to go on, but unless it's set some 30+ years in the original game's future, the casting makes zero sense.
Time to check the closet for old video games
Zuck: Just because I'm boss doesn't make me liable
Meanwhile, educational warnings had no effect on either genders
You might need to go the extra mile, but companies are still hiring
An UberX for the skies?
Enhancing light absorption with photovoltaic tech thanks to 3D finite element analysis
They face 20 years behind bards
January was a record-setting month for streaming in the US
Making money from stroking beavers
Participants will live in a simulated Mars colony for a full year
The lightning-fast speed might inspire a reevaluation of what a streamlined OS looks like
Only three of the Intel 8008-powered Q1 PCs are known to still exist