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Google Employees Protest Censored Search Engine For China

"Google employees need to know what we're building," reads the letter, which has been circulating on the company's internal message boards. According to The New York Times, over 1,000 employees have

MoviePass to Limit Your Film Options to Six Per Day

Going forward, MoviePass will give you a selection of six or seven films you can choose from and the lineups will change daily. That means you'll have to regularly check MoviePass's website to see

ARM Needs a Village to Raise Its Fanciful, Always-Connected Laptop

A powerful, energy-efficient, always-connected laptop is a tantalizing idea. ARM thinks it's possible to build one with its new Deimos and Hercules chips, but needs a lot of key players to share the

FCC Knew in January DDoS Attack Claim Was Possibly Bogus

During a Senate hearing, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said he learned in January that a DDoS attack claim against the commission's website was possibly false. But he said he couldn't go public because of an

Amid Blocks, Bans, and Criticism, Dorsey Mulls a Twitter Redesign

As CEO Jack Dorsey continues to defend Twitter while considering major changes to how it works, it hands down a week-long ban against Infowars host Alex Jones.

Report: Apple Could Launch a Car Between 2023 and 2025

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities predicts an Apple Car will make its debut in five to seven years and become the trillion-dollar company's 'next star product.'

Turtle Beach Announces Atlas Line of PC Gaming Headsets

Turtle Beach's new Atlas line of wired headsets features tuned drivers that emphasize higher frequencies, based on feedback from esports teams.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection Confirmed for Nintendo Switch

If you missed Diablo III on PC, PS3, Xbox 360, PS4, and Xbox One, the wait was probably worth it as the Switch is getting a version with all the content bundled as well as some impressive multiplayer

Intel Starts Teasing Its Graphics Card

Nvidia and AMD take note, Intel is preparing to enter the discrete graphics market with its own GPU and card. The card won't arrive until 2020, but Intel kicked off the marketing campaign this week.

Google Launches Searchable Database of US Political Ads

The new site offers an eye-opening view of how online political ad spending through Google can work, including a breakdown on individual ad campaigns, and a catalog of which ads were served and to

Apple's Group FaceTime Feature Will Be Delayed

'Group FaceTime has been removed from the initial release of iOS 12 and will ship in a future software update later this fall,' Apple wrote in its iOS 12 developer beta 7 release notes.

What Is 5G?

AT&T, Verizon, and other carriers will start to launch 5G networks this year. But what exactly is 5G, and how fast is it compared with 4G? Here's what we know so far.

Investor Sues AT&T for $224 Million Over Cryptocurrency Hack

A tech entrepreneur is demanding AT&T pay damages for failing to prevent hackers from stealing his mobile phone number, which was used to break into his cryptocurrency accounts.

T-Mobile Promises Better Customer Care With Team of Experts

The carrier's new approach will connect you to empowered staffers who won't shunt you to bots or transfer you around. It may also be a move to help T-Mobile's Sprint merger.

Instagram Investigating Widespread Account Hacks, Users Locked Out

Hundreds of Instagram users have reported compromised accounts where hackers altered profile info and changed contact details to Russian email addresses.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 vs. S9+: Which Phablet Reigns Supreme?

It's a tough choice between the Samsung Galaxy S9+ and the powerful new stylus-equipped Note 9, so we broke down the differences between the two phablets to help you decide.

Need Cloud Storage? Google One Offers Paid Plans You Can Share

Google One comes with some nice perks: You can share your online storage plan with up to five family members. You'll also receive "extras" like free credits to use on the Google Play store and deals

Alexa and Cortana Become Smart Friends

This week it will become possible to access Amazon's smart assistant Alexa on your Cortana-enabled devices, and alternatively, access Microsoft's smart assistant on Amazon's Echo devices. It's just a

China Stops Approving New Games for Sale

The video games industry within China has been thrown into turmoil as it comes to light new game licenses have not been approved for months. Billions have been knocked of the market value of Chinese

The Future of Augmented Reality Is Serious Business

Think you know plenty about AR because you used to be in a Pokemon Go mob? Think again; the trends show AR will be a major feature in a lot more than games and social media filters in the future.