More than ever, the customer reviews of Amazon products are fake; they're written for hire by sellers who are desperate to game the system and sell more products. But you can fight back; some telltale signs let you know that you're looking at a phony review.
Sonos, maker of wireless, whole-house speaker systems, went public on Thursday. But can it hold its own against the rival products from Apple, Google, and Amazon? A Sonos executive responds.
Apple might have reached $1 trillion, but it's taken a long road and plenty of failures to get there. Here are the biggest fails in Apple's history.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg has revealed more details about the disinformation campaign the company dismantled on Tuesday.
MoviePass' money woes seem to have caught up with the company in a big way lately. Service issues continued through the weekend and now the company has announced some new measures aimed at keeping its business afloat -- the main one being a price increase. MoviePass announced today that its standard
With these programs, you can run a quick search for recently deleted files and conduct a more time-consuming but thorough scan to dig up older ones. Popular services such as OneDrive, iCloud, Google Drive, Box and Dropbox all give you ways to resuscitate deleted files, but even here you need to act
Drake might be the king of memes, but the latest, for his track In My Feelings, has attracted the wrong kind of viral attention. The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is asking fans to please, please, not do that #InMyFeelings challenge that involves jumping out of a moving car and dancing
Microsoft president Brad Smith says facial-recognition technology needs to be regulated. On Thursday, the American Civil Liberties Union provided a good reason for us to think carefully about the evolution of facial-recognition technology. In a study, the group used Amazon’s (AMZN) Rekognition service
Days after YouTube took down multiple videos from conspiracy theorist Alex Jones' video channel, Facebook has suspended his account on the platform for 30 days. The InfoWars founder had violated the social network's Community Standards, according to Mashable. If he or his fellow admins keep
Smartwatches and fitness bands are cool, but they're also ugly and battery-challenged. Why can't someone make a beautiful, classic, analog watch (with hands) that also incorporates notifications and fitness tracking? Somebody has. Four somebodies, in fact.