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.
Both students and professionals need to double down on at-home tech, without spending too much.
Today's major tech stories include a judge's injunction against Uber and Lyft, WeChat's ban possibly tanking iPhone shipments in China and the Xcloud beta for game streaming coming this week.
In a surprise decision, a California judge puts the brakes on the ride-hailing companies.
Amazon is making its Twitch video game streaming service more Amazon-like.
Microsoft, known for enterprise software, may soon gobble up TikTok from its Chinese owner. We try to figure out what happens next.
You may not use the popular Chinese chat app, but 1.2 billion other people do. And they wouldn't be happy if it disappeared.