A virtual private network lets you send and receive data while remaining anonymous and secure online.
A network of more than a dozen mayors is battling the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fios customers who qualify for the US government-backed Lifeline program will receive a $20 discount on their internet bill through the rest of the year.
There's some useful advice floating around TikTok, but also some shady practices.
If you've got a case of quaran-fitness musical burnout, Spotify's got a new option for you.
The retail giant's rival to Amazon Prime will reportedly cost $98 a year.
Exclusive: Several emergency services in the US and Canada are embracing the What3words service. One tap on a text message lets you tell them exactly where you are.
The video-sharing app is apparently under Trump administration scrutiny.
Fake personas placed dozens of opinion pieces in conservative publications, an investigation by the Daily Beast reveals.
Dan Schulman talks about George Floyd, systemic racism and helping Black-owned businesses.
This week's major tech headlines include Reddit banning the controversial subreddit r/The_Donald, Apple's iPhone facing potential launch delays and both Facebook and Instagram initiating a push for people to wear masks.
Intel joins a string of high-profile investors including Facebook, Silver Lake, and KKR, in investing in Jio Platforms in recent months.