T-Mobile’s latest data breach may have cast a wider net than previous ones, with Google Fi customers among those impacted.
In a “what were they thinking?” moment, Fox is facing fines for using Emergency Alert Tones (EAS) to promote NFL Sunday.
Baidu is preparing to unveil an AI-powered, ChatGPT-like search engine based on the company’s Ernie tech.
JD Sports has notified customers of a data breach, although it says “the affected data is limited.”
Yahoo is teasing a return to the search engine market years after abandoning it to Google and Microsoft.
Frontier is staking claim to an industry-first, rolling out the first nationwide 5 gig internet service in the US.
Impossible Foods may be poised for a second round of layoffs, with a report putting the number at 20%.
Electric vehicle startup Arrival has undergone a major shakeup, appointing a new CEO and announcing layoffs of 50% of its staff.
Apple may be preparing to turn the tablet market on its head again with plans to introduce a foldable iPad in 2024.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew is scheduled to testify before the House Energy & Commerce Committee to address the company’s privacy and data practices.
Salesforce is bowing to investor pressure, appointing new board members shortly after activist investor Elliott Management invested in the company.
The US Federal Aviation Administration has implemented safeguards to prevent database errors that grounded flights in January.
Canonical has announced the general availability of Ubuntu Pro, a security subscription service for the popular Linux distro.
Ford is cutting prices across the board for the Mustang Mach-E in an effort to remain competitive following similar price cuts from Tesla.
Video gamers rejoice! A Tomb Raider TV series is in the works and may be coming to Amazon Prime streaming service.
Major banks are reportedly joining forces in an effort to better take on Apple Card and PayPal in the digital wallet market.
PagerDuty CEO Jennifer Tejada has set the bar for the most cringe-worthy way of laying off employees.
Intel’s recovery hit a major speedbump Friday as the company saw $8 billion of its market value wiped away, surprising analysts.