An executive order in the works could sick antitrust investigators on tech giants like Google and Facebook. Next, according to the Wall Street Journal, Apple canned a show planned as one of its first original offerings because it had too much violence and sex. Finally, Tesla is offering a door-to-door
Google is taking heat for a series of internal emails. Next, the EU is calling on Facebook to better disclose how user data is used — or face sanctions. Finally, Amazon has launched a slew of new Alexa-powered devices, the most bizarre of which is a new microwave.
Sony announces its new PlayStation Classic console. Next, the Senate passes a bill that will change the way music creators are paid through streaming services and internet radio. And finally, If you've been holding off on updating your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12, you're making a serious mistake
We officially know who will take the first commercial trip around the moon on a SpaceX rocket. According to CNBC, Amazon will launch 8 new Alexa-powered devices before the end of the year. Finally, Apple has managed to dodge President Trump's proposed tariffs on $200 billion in goods made in China
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon employees in China are selling email addresses of customers who leave negative reviews on products. Also on Amazon, it's opened its first cashless Amazon Go store outside of Seattle located in Chicago. Finally, Apple’s iOS 12 is available today, which
We may soon learn where Amazon will build its HQ2 facility. Next, Nintendo has announced the pricing and availability of its online service. Finally, Elon Musks SpaceX says it has booked its first passenger on a trip around the Moon its rocket nicknamed BFR.
Apple unveiled 3 new iPhones: the XS, XS Max and XR. Next, Google announced that Gmail is discontinuing its experimental Inbox App. Finally, Nintendo announced its Switch console 6.0.0 system update will arrive alongside the Online Service activation on September 18.
Today Apple unveiled its new lineup of iPhones and a new Apple watch, and they look pretty impressive, and so does the price. Next, if you are in the path of Hurricane Florence and need help getting gas before the storm hits, the GasBuddy app has your back. Finally, Amazon announced it’s expanding Whole
Yahoo Finance's Ethan Wolff-Mann is filling in for Dan Howley on today's Tech Howl. Instagram may soon let you tag your friends in videos. 7/11 brings Apple Pay to its stores. And, tomorrow is Apple’s big iPhone event, and we’re expecting a slew of new smartphones and an update to the Apple Watch
President Trump has a message for Apple’s Tim Cook. Next, Alibaba’s Jack Ma is stepping down as chairman and handing the reins over to CEO Daniel Zhang. Finally, Apple is expected to launch its next iPhones on Wednesday.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey had their day on Capitol Hill on Wednesday and were largely met with thanks for their help in trying to stop interference in the upcoming midterm elections. Next, Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he will hold a meeting with state attorneys general
Scandal-plagued blood testing company Theranos is officially being dissolved. Instagram could soon become your next shopping destination. Finally, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote an op-ed in the Washington Post saying the company is working hard to secure the network to prevent foreign actors from
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and representatives for Google are all set to face lawmakers on Wednesday. Next, Samsung could depute its long-awaited foldable phone later this year. Finally, one of Apple's self-driving test cars was reportedly involved in an accident in California
The Chinese government is blaming video games for the increasing number of children who need glasses for nearsightedness in the country. Next, California is on the verge of approving its own net neutrality regulations. Finally, 9to5Mac seems to have gotten its hands on images of Apple’s next iPhones
Apple has acquired augmented reality display maker Akonia Holographics as it pushes deeper into the AR market. President Trump goes on the attack on Google, and Amazon is hitting back at Senator Bernie Sanders for his criticisms of the way the company treats its warehouse workers.
Some of the world's most influential human rights groups are calling on Google to abandon its plans to build a search engine in China. Next, Amazon is reportedly in talks with Paramount and Sony for movie rights to films for the e-commerce giant's own streaming video service. Finally, Instagram
President Trump is mad at Google. Specifically, the president says that the big G for only showing what he claims are biased, left-leaning reports about him. Next, Twitter has suspended an additional 486 accounts for sharing divisive content and breaking the company's user guidelines. Finally, CD
Facebook wants everyone to just get along, which is why the company is testing a new feature called 'things in common'. Next, just because Tesla's facing turmoil about Elon Musk's now-canceled plans to go private doesn't mean the work behind the scenes has stopped. Finally, Apple&
Fortnite developer Epic Games wants you to keep your account safe, and to do that the company is offering players special dance emotes if they sign up for two-factor authentication. Next, researchers have found that Russian trolls played both sides of the fence of the debate over vaccinations in their
The Democratic National Committee says that it was the target of an unsuccessful hacking attempt that sought to breach the group's voter database. According to Pew Research, 52% of teenagers are concerned that they're buried in their smartphones. Finally, esports giant OverWatch is getting a
Facebook could be building its voice assistant to rival Amazon's Alexa and Google's Assistant. Next, the cult classic Okami is now available for the Nintendo Switch. Finally, Google has redesigned its Fit app to get people more interested in improving their health and less worried about the number
Apple will reportedly launch a new MacBook Air and Mac mini later this fall. Microsoft says Russian hackers are expanding their attempts to meddle in the upcoming midterm elections by targeting conservative websites and the Senate. Also, Nvidia has announced its new RTX line of graphics chips, and if
Apple has reportedly removed thousands of apps from its Chinese app store. Fitbit has unveiled its new Fitbit Charge 3 fitness tracker. Finally, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says he is looking at every aspect of the service to re-examine how to eliminate trolls and toxicity from the social network.
Google employees are protesting the company's reported plans to create a search engine in China. Google's CEO Sundar Pichai, meanwhile said the search engine idea is only in the exploratory stages, according to Bloomberg. Finally, Elon Musk isn't getting off Twitter anytime soon.
Billionaire and world-famous Twitter-er Elon Musk says his Boring Company plans to build a tunnel below LA that will bring passengers to Dodgers Stadium. And a study finds children can be easily influenced by robots.