Exclusive: Microsoft spent five years working on a super-thin, dual-screen, hinged phone to compete with Apple and Samsung. We got the behind-the-screen look.
Francoise Brougher says she was fired for speaking out about rampant discrimination and misogyny at Pinterest.
A new study says we're more interested in sharing health data than before, thanks to the pandemic.
The software giant said it'll begin taking preorders Wednesday for its dual-screen phone-tablet.
Today's major tech stories include Mozilla laying off 25% of its workforce, Xbox Series X launching in November without Halo Infinite and Twitter is now letting everyone choose who can reply to their tweets.
The lab is in-house at the Google sibling company's South San Francisco headquarters.
TikTok sidestepped a privacy safeguard in Android, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Facial recognition tests in public spaces violated privacy, didn't follow data protection procedures and didn't address possible bias, judges say.
The social network had fewer people to review content about suicide, self-injury and sexual exploitation.
The social network is releasing the new settings to all users on mobile and desktop.
The Firefox maker is laying off 250 employees as its browser usage continues to dwindle.
The app now works on more Android devices and offers new features and a simpler design.