A Gamer Channel’s Mission: Send the Trolls Packing
Misscliks, a channel on the video game streaming platform Twitch, aims to be a safe space for underrepresented gamers, with no tolerance for sexism...
Bits: Daily Report: Why the Y2K Conversion Still Matters
If you think it’s been a long time since the United States tackled a nebulous problem like climate change, you’ve forgotten the scramble to fix our...
Tech Tip: Shopping for New Software
Online app stores can be a safer and more convenient way to add programs to your computer and devices, but you may not find everything you want.
Snapchat debuts its first daily news show
Snapchat is getting its own daily news show, courtesy of NBC. And there are 30 people working on it.
Thanks to a dashcam, crafty Uber drivers are boosting their pay
Videos captured on roads is so valuable that startups are paying Uber drivers to record trips.
Cybercriminals can take a class on stealing credit cards
Criminals offer structured advice for others who want to steal and use your financial data.
Facebook just got rid of the easiest way to spread fake news
The social network just killed the ability to modify link previews therefore ensuring the preview content can be trusted before you click.
Nintendo Switch online app launches
Available now in the Android and iOS app stores, but don't expect it to do anything useful just yet. We need Splatoon 2 to launch for that to happen.
Take a look at the USS Gerald R. Ford, America's new $13B aircraft carrier
The USS Gerald R. Ford is set to go into active duty on July 22, after concerns about its technology and costs have caused politicians to criticize...
EU Court to Rule on 'Right to Be Forgotten' Outside Europe
The European Union’s top court is set to decide whether the bloc’s “right to be forgotten” policy stretches beyond Europe’s borders.
Qualcomm Earnings: What to Watch
Qualcomm is scheduled to announce results for its fiscal third quarter after the market closes Wednesday.
Apple, Google and Microsoft are hoarding $464 billion in cash
Apple, Google and Microsoft are sitting on a $464 billion mountain of cash, according to a Moody's report published on Wednesday.