A court in Germany has ruled that Facebook’s default privacy settings and some of its terms and conditions breached local laws. The Berlin court passed judgement late last month but the verdict was only made public this week. Read More
President Trump is expected to sign into creation the Space Force today, as a special branch of the military overseen by the Air Force Department, according to a report in The Washington Post. The President’s decision is considered a win for the Air Force and Defense Department broadly,
Over the past few years, Amazon -owned Audible has been expanded beyond audiobooks to include more original content, like the short-form audio programming offered through Audible Channels, for example. Today, the company announced a new partnership for original comedy projects,
For the first time later this week, a privately developed moon lander will launch aboard a privately built rocket, organized by a private launch coordinator.
Audi has added a new feature to the vehicle-to-infrastructure technology embedded in its newer models that’s designed to help drivers catch every green light. The tech, called GLOSA or Green Light Optimized Speed Advisory, is part of the automaker’s built-in traffic light-reading technology.
Macquarie Capital Venture Studio, the infrastructure-focused accelerator affiliated with the nearly $500 billion-dollar investment firm, Macquarie Group, has added three companies to its portfolio. The companies, AirMap, Envoy Technologies, and Teralytic,
Samsung’s promised a much better look at its foldable phone at tomorrow’s big S10 event. We already caught a glimpse of the product late last year at the company’s developer conference, but among the many uncertainties with the product is what the hell the company will name the thing. After all,
Last week, California governor Gavin Newsom announced that he was intending to aggressively scale back plans for the state’s high-speed rail system, which in its most ambitious routing would have connected Sacramento to San Diego. The immediate cause was ballooning costs,
Fitbit’s been on a bit of a acquisition spree over the last couple of years, as the company’s looked to grow its business inside the stagnating wearables category. This morning, the hardware maker announced plans to pick up Twine Health, a HIPAA-compliant, cloud-based health management platform.
Facebook’s status update box is getting a new feature called Lists, which begins rolling out today. This is the first major update to the entry field since the launch of colored backgrounds just over a year ago, and also serves as a way to encourage Facebook users to share more personal content.
Amazon Prime Video’s longest running hour-long original series is back for yet another season.The company has greenlit Season 5 of Bosch, the Emmy-nominated series based on Michael Connelly’s detective/crime fiction novels.
Twitter just upped the anteThe social media site announced on March 26, via its blog, that mobile users can now upload four photos at a time. They can also tag up to 10 people.See also:
Apparently, Cortana received a backend update recently, adding new animations and features to the service on Windows Phone 8.1. Unfortunately, it seems that some, if not all of these features have been rolled back. Clearly Microsoft is testing some new features for Cortana.
During his visit to Cuba in 2012, former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad noted that the capitalist system was in decay"On various stages it has come to a dead end — politically, economically and culturally," he said.See also:
微软今天发布了一个新版本的 Outlook for Mac，该公司还透露他们将于 2015 年上半年发布新一代 Office for Mac 套件的公测版本，下半年推出正式版本。
Disappearing messages, like those on popular apps like Snapchat, give users a sense of greater privacy when compared with larger, more public social networks like Facebook or Twitter. While not infallible (see: 2014’s Snapchat hack, for example),