In a statement, Facebook said “a technical issue” caused people to have trouble accessing some apps and that it had been resolved.
Match Group, whose brands include Tinder, Match, Meetic, OkCupid, Hinge, Pairs, PlentyOfFish, and OurTime, will begin allowing users to seek background checks for people they meet on all of the company’s dating apps.
The dating app is giving 1,000 free mail-in tests to 500 Tinder matches.
Netflix is looking to crack down on password sharing with a new test.
The lawsuit said Clearview AI scrapes dozens of internet sites, such as Facebook, Twitter, Google and Venmo, to gather facial photos. Scraping involves the use of computer programs to automatically scan and copy data, which the lawsuit says is analyzed by Clearview AI to identify individual biometrics such as eye shape and size that are then put into a “faceprint” database that clients can use to ID people.
A new feature, discovered in the iOS 14.5 beta, will warn Apple users when an unknown item traveling with them is being tracked through the Find My app. The Find My app is available through iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac devices.
"The first amendment is under assault by these social media companies and that is not going to be tolerated in Texas," said Gov. Abbott. He believes only conservative voices are being silenced not liberal ones.
YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
A mental health expert from Menninger Clinic talks about what to do when technology and social media start to take over someone's life.
Investors turned their focus to another wild surge in GameStop and a handful of other stocks favored by online investors.
Zoom fatigue is real. Spending so much time online, even if you're talking to friends through video, can make you tired, irritated and emotionally drained.
After more than a month offline, the social media platform Parler relaunched using a new web hosting service, the company announced on Monday.
Why was a Houston-area constable's Nextdoor post about donating to a cheer squad removed by the company?
A woman is now out of $100,000 dollars after an alleged online romance with a Bruno Mars impersonator. Two Houston-area suspects were charged with third degree felony money laundering in this case.
A 90-year-old California man took out two ads in the Wall Street Journal, which set him back over $10,000, to let AT&T’s CEO know about his abysmal internet service speed.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to avoid sharing their COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media.
Here's a look at the ongoing battle over privacy between Facebook and Apple.
Robinhood and other online trading platforms moved to restrict trading in GameStop and other stocks that have soared recently due to rabid buying by smaller investors.
Anyone who searches on Facebook for terms related to the Holocaust or Holocaust denial will see a message labeled “Learning about the Holocaust,” which includes a link to read credible information about the Nazi genocide.
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update to iOS 14.4 ASAP to fix security bugs that may have already been “actively exploited.”