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Google vet's new Candid app for anonymous sharing puts trolls in their place

Bindu Reddy wanted a social app where she could say what she really thought, hear unfiltered responses and tamp down the volume on trolls.

By July 21, 2016


This angry man wants Pokemon Go players to get off his lawn

Technically Incorrect: A highly amusing (in its way) sign outside an apartment building demands that Pokemon Go players think about their life choices.

By July 18, 2016


Amazon's Prime Day breaks single-day sales record

The July sales event, in its second year, proves a big hit. Take that, Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

By July 13, 2016


Nissan's ProPilot semi-autonomous tech will fly through Japanese traffic

It's only in Japan for now, but it won't stay that way for long.

By July 13, 2016


Hilarious 'Chewbacca Mom' shows serious side, to mixed reviews

She became famous for laughing with a mask on. Her latest video is a heartfelt call for healing after the Dallas shootings, but some on the internet are rolling their eyes.

By July 11, 2016


So-called Top Tier gasoline really is better for your car, according to AAA

Next time you drive past a gas station, you may want to consider whether or not you really need to stop.

By July 8, 2016


Minnesota police shooting video brings graphic death to Facebook

The social network says it hasn't and won't censor live-streamed footage showing the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Philando Castile.

By July 7, 2016


Does technology make you a bad parent?

Inspired by YouTube commenters, one writer takes a long, hard look at his own parenting.

By July 6, 2016


New study shows autonomous-car acceptance is a gradual process

Volvo's Future of Driving Survey points out that old habits die hard and we still want some semblance of control, albeit not all the time.

By June 29, 2016


Snowden calls proposed Russian antiterror measures 'Big Brother law'

New legislation calls for service providers to store metadata for up to six months, and expressing pro-terror sentiments online could get you jailed for up to seven years.

By June 26, 2016