In today's top stories, antivirus software pioneer John McAfee is found dead, Bitcoin falls below the $30K mark and Amazon reaches a deal with NBCU for streaming service Peacock.
New FCC rules direct stringent filtering of suspicious calls while trying to make sure the real ones still get through.
Voice providers are running up against a June 30 deadline to implement the Stir/Shaken technology to help curb annoying and costly robocalls.
Masks won't be required, but some cruises will mandate vaccinations and additional restrictions for nonvaccinated passengers.
The tech giant is offering its first major Windows update in six years on Thursday. Here's why.
The tech giant is planning what it says is the biggest upgrade to Windows in a decade. We'll know more soon.
The case stems from a Pennsylvania high school cheerleader's obscenity-laced Snapchat message that she posted off campus.
Amazon says Roombas, Instant Pots and Waterpiks were among the best selling products in the US.
The system will rely on self-attesting.
His departure follows the announcement that Bill Gates and Melinda Gates will end their marriage.
Increased competition and more government support have helped keep broadband prices low in Europe, but not everything is perfect.
In today's news, Bitcoin drops below $30,000 for the first time since January, Twitter opens applications for users to test monetization features and the European Union probes Google over ad practices.