Tim Cook says Apple Watch sales are fine.
Dailymotion and TalkTalk Stolen Passwords.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 might lose the headphone jack.
Sites Crack Down on Terrorist Videos After EU Warning.
Lots of Netflix unscripted programming in 2017.
New EU laws combat hate speech online.
Samsung’s aggressive design led to Note 7 recalls.
Rumored curved iPhone 8 curved display.
Hulu now streams 4K Content.
DirecTV Now Launch Woes.
Uber tracks you after ride ends.
Apple's self-driving car.
Fitbit buying Pebble
Watch HBO and Cinemax on Amazon
Reddit moves against Trump supporters
Airbnb to enforce 90-day rental limit
Apple's Maps drones
Netflix adds offline viewing.
It may be illegal to punish customers leaving negative reviews.
Malware found in over 1 million Android phones.
Internet Archive backs up in Canada because Trump.
AT&T to launch DirecTV Now for $35.
Amazon's new Alexa speaker with 7-inch touchscreen.
San Francisco Transit Hacker Gets Hacked.
IPhone users get 'calendar spam'.
Sling TV to launch cloud DVR.
Amazon limits reviews.
Facebook Wi-fi goes live in India.
Samsung to split the company after disastrous year?
Black Friday online sales record.
Hackers hit San Francisco transport.
Firefly's Ron Glass has died.
Police tweet "One Direction" threat to drunk drivers.
Reddit's CEO edits comments critical of him
Germany is worried about fake news before election
Twitter Cracks Down on Surveillance
Study shows Android Users More Honest
Widespread Skype outage
Twitter CEO Suspended From Twitter
Amazon deletes negative reviews of Megyn Kelly book
Trump talked to Tim Cook about manufacturing in the US
Facebook Creates Censorship Tool for China
Amazon exploring live sports streams for Prime customers
Office Depot Caught Scamming customers?
ATM malware attacks dispense tons of cash
Tesla and SolarCity's solar-powered Island
Instagram launches disappearing Live video and private messages
Google Stores Open inside Best Buy
Google can now tell you how busy a place is before you arrive
Tesla officially acquires SolarCity
Major Twitter accounts hacked to spam
Zuckerberg Teases Warning System for Fake News
Facebook's $6B stock buyback
Apple considers bringing iPhone Production home
Apple offers week long free coding workshops
Uber’s restaurant guide uses trip data
AOL lays off 500 employees
UK parliament’s new mass surveillance law
SpaceX to launch internet from space
Apple's peach butt emoji returns
Amazon Music Unlimited launches Family Plan
Barnes & Noble’s new $50 Nook tablet
IBM Builds a Copy of the Internet for Cyberattacks drills
Richard Branson wants 3-Hour Flights From New York to London
NBA 2K17 will reward players’ Fitbit goals
Twitter suspends alt-right accounts
Google CEO vows to stop fake news
China could seek economic revenge to tariffs
Nintendo stock goes up after iPhone announcement
IMDB sues California over actors' ages
Twitter deals with abuse
Dark web hackers boast of bank thefts
Apple considering wearable glasses
Facebook’s fake news crisis
Disney to buy Netflix?
Amazon to refund children's in-app purchases
Amazon Music Unlimited expanding in Europe
Facebook bug 'kills' users
More Facebook election fallout
Pro and Anti Trump Tech CEOs in hot water
Mark Zuckerberg denies Facebook News Feed impacted the election
NSA Whistleblower Edward Snowden Not Worried About Trump Presidency
Spotify may be killing your SSD/Spotify patches 'data gobbling' glitch
Nintendo Wii U Production Ending Soon
The tech industry responds to the election of Donald Trump, as we hear from Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, and others
Bitcoin and other electronic currencies react to the election results.
Canada's immigration website brought down during US Presidential election
YouTube adds HDR tech to videos
Microsoft Selfie Now Available on Android
The Tivo Mavrik Cloud DVR
Google to display US Presidential election results immediately
How to Watch the Presidential Election Results Online
Facebook threatens LinkedIn with job search
DirecTV Now giving away Amazon Fire sticks and Apple TVs
Microsoft's "non-ad" advertisements pop up in Windows 10