In Android 13, apps have to ask permission before they send any kind of alerts. Finally.
The British utility company is environmentally friendly and has great customer service. Why can’t they all be like this?
I just want to enjoy my games and movies in peace. But who can afford 15 different “ad-free” tiers?
The former president tried to connect the raid to the Watergate burglars. His privacy problems do relate to Nixon’s scandal—but not in the way he thinks.
As TVs get bigger, it’s gotten more complicated to set them up. One simple fix could have you streaming Netflix in no time.
OpenAI has announced that it’s granting Dall-E users the right to commercialize their art. For now.
Enforcing the sweeping Digital Services Act will be an uphill climb—and the European Commission is not yet equipped for it.
Here’s what Congress, the DOD, and the VA can do to ensure troops’ access to abortion—and improve the nation’s security.
The smart home was supposed to make our lives easier, but confusing controls and too many apps are frustrating. There must be a better way.