Larry Tesler, Computer Scientist Who Pioneered ‘Copy’ And ‘Paste,’ Dies

Silicon Valley pioneer Larry Tesler created now-ubiquitous computer concepts such as “cut,” “copy” and “paste." ... Read more »

Google Says Some Users’ Private Videos Were Accidentally Sent To Strangers

The privacy issue involved videos that were exported to the storage program Download Your Data, previously called Google Takeout, in November. ... Read more »

Groucho Mask, Man In Wedding Veil And Cockroach Among Year’s Newest Emoji

About 117 new emoji symbols will be rolled out this year, and there's a special emphasis on gender inclusivity, ... Read more »

Brands Are Building Their Own Virtual Influencers. Are Their Posts Legal?

Computer-generated influencers are blurring reality — and advertising regulations. ... Read more »

Instagram Scammers Are Exploiting The Australia Bushfires For Cash And Clout

As people desperately seek ways to help, grifters are ready to meet their demand. ... Read more »

Facebook Exec Says Company Helped Elect Trump And May Just Do It Again

Facebook Vice President Andrew Bosworth also said that the president's victory was not a result of outside influence but of clever... Read more »

A Mother’s Nightmare, Preserved Online

Gruesome photos of Bianca Devins’ murder went viral on Instagram. Her family wants answers. ... Read more »

Facebook Rebuffs U.S. Attorney General Over Access To Encrypted Messages

End-to-end encryption locks up messages so that not even Facebook can read their contents. ... Read more »

Ten Facts About Electric Cars You’ve Been Getting Wrong

From an ever-increasing battery range to the amount sold on a daily basis, we embrace the EV revolution... ... Read more »

Twitter Halts Plans To Purge Inactive Accounts Over Concerns For The Dead

"This was a miss on our part," the social network giant said. ... Read more »

Twitter Halts Plan To Purge Inactive Accounts Amid Concern Over Deceased Users

The social media giant is pausing the process until it finds a way to memorialize the accounts of users who have... Read more »

Women Are Pretending To Be Men On Instagram To Avoid Sexist Censorship

The app's shadow ban on vaguely "inappropriate" content has disproportionately affected female users. ... Read more »

Amazon To Challenge $10 Billion Pentagon Contract Given To Microsoft

The tech giant said the decision behind the JEDI contract "contained clear deficiencies, errors and unmistakable bias." ... Read more »

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak Accuses Apple Card Algorithm Of Sexism

Wozniak said the Apple Card gave him 10 times the credit limit his wife received. ... Read more »

NY Regulator Vows To Investigate Apple Card For Sex Bias

The New York Department of Financial Services plans to investigate the sex bias alleged in a series of now-viral tweets. ... Read more »

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Pentagon Gives Microsoft $10 Billion ‘War Cloud’ Deal, Snubbing Amazon

Early speculation of the giant government defense contract suggested it would go to Amazon. ... Read more »

Lawmaker Slams Zuckerberg’s Revisionist Facebook History: Nowhere ‘Near The Truth’

“He’s rewriting history," Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona told The Washington Post. ... Read more »

8chan Is Trying To Come Back As ‘8kun.’ Its Founder Is Trying To Stop It.

For deep-state conspiracy theorists, 8chan's return could bring “the second coming” of QAnon. ... Read more »

Marc Benioff: Facebook Is ‘The New Cigarettes’ And Should Probably Be Broken Up

The billionaire Salesforce CEO denounced the social media company for refusing to take down fake political ads. ... Read more »