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Anti-Monopoly Sentiment Flares Up Against Facebook, Google

US Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin urges the Justice Department to review whether tech companies, including Google, are becoming monopolies.

States Target Cryptocurrency Fraud in Crackdown

'Operation Cryptosweep' goes after initial coin offerings, mining services, and trading platform over shady practices.

Save Hundreds on Refurbished 12.5-Inch Dell Touch-Screen Laptop

Add in a full HD 1080p display with active pen support, and this compact laptop will let you create anywhere you go.

OnePlus 6 vs. Honor 10: Middleweight Champs Face Off

The OnePlus 6 is launched to great fanfare - but is it better value for money buy than the Honor 1

Ubuntu 18.10 Aims to Improve Laptop Battery Life

Canonical is focusing on improving power consumption for the next version of Ubuntu.

TeenSafe Leaks Thousands of Kids' Email Addresses and Passwords

Unsecured servers and data stored in plaintext was a security nightmare waiting to happen.

Tesla's Dual Motor Performance Model 3 Costs $78K

With a top speed of 155mph, Tesla claims it's 15 percent faster than a BMW M3.

Arianna Huffington Wants You to Thrive in an Era of Tech Overload

At Thrive Global, Huffington has been working to help people find emotional and mental well-being in an always-connected world. We talk to her about what that means.

Here's Where You Need a Band 71 Phone to Boost T-Mobile Coverage

T-Mobile's coverage is expanding with its new 600MHz network. We worked with Ookla Speedtest to show where it's showing up in the wild.

Silicon Valley Reckons With Responsibility for Tech Addiction

Tech and social media giants are grappling with how their products affect consumers and society, especially with the next generation of users growing up with devices in their hands.

The Endless Scroll: How to Tell if You're a Tech Addict

Don't let your apps, games, and smartphone control you. Once you understand what's happening in your brain while you use technology, you can do something about it.

Steam Threatens to Remove Anime-Style Adult Games

Developers say they're in the dark over why Steam is making the change, and claim the platform is unfairly singling out anime-style games.

Save 40 Percent on 6-Core Dell Vostro Desktop Tower

A wired mouse and keyboard are included for free, so you'll just need to provide a display.

'The Dark Overlord' Hackers Shrug Off Reported Arrest

'The authorities have done nothing to affect our operations. None of our members have been lost to an arrest,' a member of the group told PCMag.

Dockless Bike Sharing Creates Headaches for City Officials

Dockless bike shares might be convenient for people who don't live near a docking station, but it's creating headaches for a number of cities around the world.

MIT Team Teaches Autonomous Cars to Drive Without a Map

MIT researchers develop 'MapLite' approach that could accelerate autonomous technology.

Bug in Free Demo Let You See Location Data on Any Cell Phone

A software bug in a free online demo from data aggregator LocationSmart could've let anyone search for real-time cell phone location data from millions of devices.

Facebook, YouTube Still Struggling To Stop Terrorist Content

Despite efforts to crack down on terrorist propaganda, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Google are failing to catch large swaths of it, says new research.

How GDPR Will Impact the AI Industry

Under the new data protection and privacy regulations, AI companies will have to reveal the full scope of information they collect as well as how they use it and how they'll protect it.

Man Convicted for Helping Hackers Beat Antivirus Products

Ruslans Bondars ran Scan4you, an underground service that let cybercriminals pay to anonymously test their malware against more than 35 antivirus engines.