Elon Musk says nobody censors his Twitter in the wake of his settlement with the SEC. As part of that deal over the securities fraud charge for his tweets about taking Tesla private, the entrepreneur agreed to step down as chairman and establish "add…
Google hasn’t released consumers from its filter bubble — the package of personalized search results it delivers — despite having promised to do so, according to study results from DuckDuckGo. Most participants saw results unique to them, the researchers found, which could not be explained by changes in location, time, by being logged into Google, […]
They just stopped flying in the darkness.
Enlarge (credit: Nats Sitticus) Using social media is a double-edged sword. On the one hand, it can connect us to many more people than we would otherwise interact with, which is great. But our choices regarding who we interact with (often amplified by a platform’s algorithms) limit many of our social networks in a way […]
Tata's Nano was supposed to be a revolution in automotive design when it was unveiled in 2008 as the world's cheapest car — in theory, it opened the door to vehicle ownership for people who'd otherwise have to spring for two-wheeled transport or not…
Enlarge / Hummingbird is just one of many unlockable, playable characters. (credit: Humble Hearts) Nostalgia is a tricky thing. We all feel it at one time or another, and it often seems nothing gets butts in the proverbial seats as reliably as the promise of remembering everything as it was, when you didn’t know any […]
Enlarge (credit: T-Mobile) T-Mobile USA should stop claiming that it has “America’s Best Unlimited Network,” the advertising industry’s self-regulator said today. AT&T challenged T-Mobile’s ads to the National Advertising Division (NAD), which ruled that T-Mobile hasn’t substantiated its claim that it has the best wireless network. T-Mobile defended itself by arguing that speed outweighs all […]
CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in a post that one Russian agency has “tried to manipulate people in the US, Europe, and Russia — and we don’t want them on Facebook anywhere in the world.”
Thermostats and home security products are expected to disappear from the online retailer’s site, reports Business Insider.