Mattel apologizes for a book in which Barbie needs programming help from men, Walmart stores are scammed into price-matching fake Amazon listings, and Facebook launches yet another app.
Google's 10-year run as Firefox's default search engine in the US is over. Yahoo wants more search traffic, and a deal with Mozilla will bring it.
After months of speculation and rumours, Netflix finally announces it will launch in Australia and New Zealand in 2015.
While mobile data usage alerts have traditionally been held back with a 48-hour lag, Telstra will now alert customers within seconds when they reach certain percentages of data use.
During the first half of the year, the social network received 15,433 requests for data in the US alone.
Want to get all of your apps and settings on another device without looking for each one on the Play Store? Check out the new copy data feature during setup that makes switching or adding a device a breeze.
Even the strongest passwords can be hacked, which is why Google urges users to adopt two-step authentication. A new USB drive makes it easier for users to safeguard their data.
Responding to user privacy concerns, Apple issues a statement describing the restrictions it places on the collection of customer data.
With a big, comfy cabin and a built-in 4G WiFi hotspot, the Buick LaCrosse makes for a modern, mobile office.
It's a super clean show today! We'll talk about the real life social implications of "FOMO," interesting data from online data studies and how the most successful people poop at work. Oh, and there were some Apple products announced yesterday, too.