Viral FaceApp Raises Alarms About Privacy; 'You're Essentially Giving Away Your Fingerprint,' Expert SaysHave you tried the viral app that makes you look older? A privacy expert says you traded your privacy for gray hair and saggy skin.
Apple, Google Continue Inclusive Push With New EmojisThere are also wheelchairs, prosthetic arms and legs, as well as a new guide dog and an ear with a hearing aid.
Facebook Grilled About CryptocurrencyMembers of both parties demanded to know why a company with massive market power and a track record of scandals should be trusted with such a far-reaching project, given the potential for fraud, abuse and criminal activity.
Feds: Microsoft Worker Stole Millions In Digital CurrencyThe U.S. attorney's office in Seattle says 25-year-old Ukrainian citizen Volodymyr Kvashuk helped test Microsoft's online retail sales platform. He's accused of stealing digital currency such as gift cards that could be redeemed for Microsoft products, then reselling them on the internet and using the proceeds to buy a $160,000 Tesla vehicle and a $1.7 million lakefront home.
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Amazon Prime Day Can Be Overwhelming. Here are 5 Tips To Navigate ItWhile finding a good deal might not be hard, making sense of the event could be a challenge for some shoppers.
A Woman's Quest To Find A Specific Dress For A Child With Autism Brings Strangers TogetherOne person asked if she could try to re-create the dress herself. Another found two on eBay, although they were not the correct size. A few people said they owned the same exact dress in a size 12 – just slightly larger than the one Price was looking for.
Tesla's Car Deliveries Rebound, But Challenges Still AboundDespite the heartening news, Tesla still hasn't proven it can consistently make money despite repeated promises from CEO Elon Musk to reverse the company's long history of losses.
Facebook Mail Site Evacuated After Possible Sarin ScareFour buildings were evacuated and three have been cleared for people to come back in, said Facebook spokesman Anthony Harrison in a statement.
Facebook Enlists Plain English To Clarify How It Makes MoneyFacebook has come under fire with regulators in Europe, and increasingly in the U.S., for how it handles personal information collected on its site — and how transparent it is with users.
Local Lawyer Fights Facebook Over Post: 'It Was Starving Human Beings'"I was amazed. I could not believe. There was absolutely nothing sexual about this picture. There's absolutely nothing about nudity in this picture. It was starving human beings."
SpaceX Launches Hefty Rocket With 24 Satellites, ExperimentsSpaceX did manage for the first time to catch the fairing, or nose cone, in a giant net on an offshore boat. The California-based company is trying to recover and reuse as many rocket parts as possible — rather than letting the pieces sink in the ocean — to drive down launch costs.
What's Your Data Worth To Big Tech? Bill Would Compel AnswerThe measure would require commercial services with more than 100 million active monthly users to disclose to their customers and financial regulators the types of data they collect.
Uber Tests Drone Food Delivery, Launches New Autonomous SUVIt works this way: Workers at a restaurant load the meal into a drone and it takes off, tracked and guided by a new aerospace management system. The drone then meets an Uber Eats driver at a drop-off location, and the driver will hand-deliver the meal to the customer.
AP: As Homework Moves Online, Millions Lack Home InternetThe consequences can be dire for children in these situations, because students with home internet consistently score higher in reading, math and science. And the homework gap in many ways mirrors broader educational barriers for poor and minority students.