Lyft has partnered with ATA, a security and automation provider in North America, in order to reduce safety concerns in their rides.
In light of October, being National Bullying Prevention Month, social media platform, Instagram, will be rolling out a new anti-bullying feature.
On September 11, four U.S. Republican senators sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, criticizing the social media bias against certain conservative views.
Apple announced their newest trio of smartphones, no longer is the iPhone X the big thing, it’s now all about the iPhone 11 and its slightly controversial cameras.
Every now and then, Instagram is flooded with posts claiming that their rules are changing- even when Instagram isn’t changing the rules.
Lately, Facebook has been under severe scrutiny due to privacy violations. On Wednesday, however, Facebook agreed to pay $5 billion to resolve the privacy investigation.
Last year Amazon held a 36-hour sale on most (not all) of their products, offering discounts and deals on everything from toilet paper to Echo’s.
Tariffs have been rising alongside concerns of whether certain tech giants will be able to hold on despite paying high taxes to import their products to the U.S.
On June 3 in San Jose, California, Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
It all began in 2012. Dr. Terrance Boult attached a camera to a building on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus and began filming students.
T-Mobile and Sprint are putting the finishing touches on their merger agreement, which will put the value of the new company at $146 billion.
Once a thing only available for select people, facial recognition has managed to reach the world of phones, and now travel companies.