Until now, on-demand listening on a mobile device had been reserved for paying members.
Altaba, which Yahoo renamed itself to after the majority of it was purchased by Verizon, will have to pay for failing to disclose a massive data breach from 2014.
It looks like it's snowing on the surface of Comet 67P, but there's more to a gorgeous new space GIF than meets the eye.
Otherwise, the company lost 24,000 phone customers in the first quarter. In the background is a Justice Department investigation into possible collusion with AT&T.
We also chat about Amazon's new in-car delivery service and money management apps.
LG will unveil the G7 on May 2. Here what's confirmed and rumored about the company's new flagship phone.
UK government officials grill Aleksandr Kogan, the man who funneled Facebook users' data to Cambridge Analytica.
Commentary: With some kids, Nintendo Labo can be a magical, educational bonding experience. Mine are not those kids...
Audi's latest teaser on Facebook is definitely an SUV, but beyond that, nothing has been confirmed.
The sentence wasn't so much for having the laser jammer as it was trying to destroy it before police found it.
More than four months after the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality rules, the rules are technically still on the books, and we still don't know when they will die their final death.
If you think that's strange, you're not alone. Harold Feld, one of the top experts on telecom law among net neutrality supporters, wrote this week that the situation is "highly unusual." (Feld is a telecom lawyer and senior VP of consumer advocacy group Public Knowledge.)
"There is absolutely no reason for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to have stretched out this process so ridiculously long," Feld wrote. "It is especially puzzling in light of Pai's insistence that he had to rush through repeal of net neutrality over the objections of just about everyone but the ISPs and their cheerleaders because every day—nay every minute!—ISPs suffer under the horrible, crushing burden of Title II," the FCC statute that governs common carriers.
Last, month we asked representatives from a whole range of generational cohorts what they liked about the time into which they were born. As a member of the tail end of Generation X (sometimes referred to as a "xennial," or by my preferred nomenclature, "the Oregon Trail generation"), my 40-year old self identified more with the older folks in the video than with the younger, primarily because teenagers are snapchatting aliens who don't understand the true struggle of having to memorize all their friends' phone numbers because get off my lawn or something (and speaking of lawns, why can't I buy a fool-proof automatic lawn mowing robot in 2018?).
This time around, rather than have folks reflect on the ups and downs of their own generation, we took a bunch of really nice kids and threw them into a specially designed basement crammed full of '80s stuff—Nintendo Entertainment Systems, record players, Polaroid cameras, and a few other odds and ends—and told them that they had to figure out each of the gadgets or we'd keep them locked down there while the rest of us devoured the craft services table.
Ha, I kid. There was no craft services table. We spent the craft services budget building the '80s basement dungeon.
June 29 is officially when Wolfenstein II lands on Nintendo Switch shores.
Commentary: In two new ads, Apple plays up its app store's security and its portrait camera feature.
The next company in the unending lineup of spring smartphone launches is LG, which has promised us a May 2 launch for its next flagship phone. After the LG G6, everyone was expecting the next phone to be called the LG G7, but LG is throwing us a branding curve ball and going with the much more awkward name of "LG G7 ThinQ."
The image shows pretty much what we were expecting: a front design with an iPhone X-style notched display, rear dual-camera design, and the weird ThinQ branding. This new leak shows the phone from every angle, allowing us to see the USB-C port on the bottom along with the returning headphone jack.
As an audiophile, I can't live without a headphone jack on my iPhone. Here's why I decided to buy a spare 6S.
With cool style and easy-to-ride dynamics, Sweden's latest entry-level bikes are perfect for folks looking to make the transition to two wheels.
We want to suck your... data up into our cloud
The storage enterprise trade is simultaneously hoping what happened in Vegas does and doesn't stay there as the news of new products, tech developments, company changes and people moving jobs flooded out of the NAB conference in Nevada.…
If you know a goth with six figures' worth of liquidity, point 'em this way.
The online retailer's newest shipping option rolls out in 37 US cities. Will Prime shoppers be convinced of its convenience?