In this week's wrap-up, Apple introduces its new cheapest tablet along with red iPhones.
Big brands are flexing their political muscle as they pull even more ads from Google's YouTube after the ads appear next to extremist videos.
No, seriously. It's gotten so bad that FedEx feels it has to pay you to use Flash, a technology derided as being outdated and unsafe.
A manager for the ride-hailing company writes a seemingly tone-deaf message to a potential employee, according to The Guardian.
The UK's best tech podcast returns with news of new iPhones, new Android and all the info you need to know about taking electronics on your summer holiday flight.
TV Guide's Sadie Gennis is here to run down the list of shows debuting in April. From Fargo to American Gods to Silicon Valley, there's something for everyone on her list.
Twitter had a successful run with the NFL last season. Now, other tech giants are hoping for an interception.
The biggest tech headlines of the day include the Senate's vote to eliminate consumer privacy rules, 71% of Android users running unpatched software and Instagram filtering out sensitive photos.
German e-commerce company Lazada brings Chinese online shopping platform Taobao to Singapore -- with content translated using Alibaba.
The latest documents published on WikiLeaks reveal some of the tools allegedly used by the CIA to hack into iPhones and Macs.
A new report from Atlassian shows a gap between the perception and reality of diversity in tech.
Apple drops a whole batch of new products before the iPad Pro keynote, but is the Red iPhone 7 coming way too late? Plus, "AirPods" -- The Music Video. Oh, yeah.
iPhone 8: Everything we know so far
This is all the iPhone 8 reports and rumors in one place. From a 5.8-inch OLED display, reports of wireless charging and even a 3D scanner for facial recognition, it's all here.