Facebook Wants to ‘Normalize’ Its Data Scraping Leaks

Facebook is looking to take the heat off itself for the recent leak of 533 million records scraped from its site by normalizing that type of incident.

TikTok Gains Reprieve Judge As Judge Blocks Ban

The deadline for ByteDance to complete the sale of TikTok has come and gone, but a judge has blocked the ban, giving the company more time.

Google Accused of Unlawfully Spying On and Firing Workers

The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against Google, accusing the search giant of monitoring employees and firing them without just cause.

350,000 Ring Units Recalled Due to Fire Risk

Ring has issued a recalled for some 350,000 2nd generation devices due to fire hazard.

iPhone 12 Has The Strongest Screen of Any iPhone

The tests are in and the new iPhone 12’s “ceramic shield” screen appears to be the strongest iPhone screen yet.

ViacomCBS Sells CNET for $500 Million

ViacomCBS has sold legendary tech news site CNET to South Carolina based Red Ventures LLC. The company announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire CNET Media Group from ViacomCBS for $500 million.

SoftBank May Sell or IPO Arm Holdings

SoftBank is considering selling off Arm Holdings, or taking the chip designer public.

Uber Taking LADOT to Federal Court

Uber is taking its battle against the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) over customer data to federal court.

TCL Phone Will Have Slide-Out Screen, Doubles As Tablet

Mobile World Congress 2020 was cancelled due to the coronavirus, robbing vendors of one of the best launch events of the year.

Microsoft Responsible For Latest Google Chrome Feature

Once bitter rivals in the browser wars, Microsoft and Google are now cooperating like never before, with a major Chrome feature originating with Microsoft, according to The Verge. Microsoft recently moved its Edge browser over to Chromium, the open-source rendering…