Rude awakening – yet again – for American DNS supremo
ICANN has been told for a second time that it must fundamentally change its Whois service to become compliant with Europe's incoming privacy law – and do so within the next month.…
ESA wants to solve crucial riddle: What really happens when accidents occur in orbit?
The European Space Agency is launching a new research project to study satellite collisions in space.…
Debuting at the Beijing Motor Show and in LA this week, the sixth-generation sedan offers optional hybrid power.
Tech giant's 7-year-old music streaming service could go quiet as soon as this year, Droidlife reports.
What good is a smartwatch when its smart functions are having issues?
Virgin America's last flight marks the completion of its merger with Alaska Airlines.
Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis will reprise their roles as Mary Ann Singleton and Anna Madrigal in a 10-episode series set to debut next year.
The Wonder Woman actor says an earlier tweet was all one big mistake.
Don't count on it coming to the US, though.
Kanye West’s return to Twitter after nearly a year away has taken a very unexpected turn.
In a new policy, the social media site lays out how it uses your data. As EU regulations loom, expect more privacy updates from the services you use.
A return to mobile, bloat-busting build or something else?
Pics Microsoft's Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17650 (Redstone 5), released last week via the Windows Insider program, includes a stripped-down version of the operating system called Windows 10 Lean.…
Commentary: To a gaming community that many joined as an oasis from Steam, GOG's execution of its new user profile feature feels like it's worth a battle royale.
Mercy is for the weak, but April 25 is for a double screening of The Karate Kid and upcoming YouTube series Cobra Kai.
Spoiler-free review: Marvel's latest team-up, the best Avengers movie yet, melds hilarious and tragic moments into a streamlined diary of mad titan Thanos.
Today, Apple released small software updates for iPhones, iPads, and Macs: iOS 11.3.1 for the mobile devices, and a security update to the already-released macOS 10.13.4 for Macs.
At just over 49 megabytes, iOS 11.3.1 is a minor update that fixes iPhone 8s for users whose touchscreens were rendered unresponsive by aftermarket replacement displays. iOS 11.3 caused iPhones that had been serviced by outside vendors to have this issue. Users expressed frustration that it seemed Apple was punishing them for not going through the company's own process for repairs.
The patch notes below include a warning from Apple to steer clear of "non-genuine replacement displays." Apple's value proposition has always been around total control of the hardware to ensure a smooth experience. The company used these update notes to stress that yet again, the subtext being that the company can't be expected to support work done by other entities.
Can Nest's video doorbell stand toe-to-toe with the popular Ring Video Doorbell Pro?
The messaging app is changing its rules ahead of the introduction of new data privacy regulations in May.
It's a battle of the super-premium 13-inch laptops as these two pale riders fight to be your full-time PC. They've both got the good looks, but only has a workable webcam, while the other falls short on battery life.