McDonald’s details $6 billion US restaurant...
McDonald’s announced details Tuesday of its $6 billion planned U.S. restaurant modernization, which will include...
Amazon and Twitter Want to Bring You More Sports
Amazon.com Inc. and Twitter Inc. are exploring ways to bring more sports content to customers — including...
Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and your privacy...
On this podcast, we talk about: A look at Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal. Mark Zuckerberg’s...
It’s Time to Quit Twitter
We’ve been encouraged to leave Facebook for our own mental health and the sake of democracy, and with those same two...
Uber uses AI to determine if your trips are for...
If you rely on ridesharing for work trips, you might have experienced that moment of panic where you accidentally...
MoviePass forcing users to choose between two...
After announcing a price increase and then immediately reversing it at the end of July, MoviePass spent yet another...
Google search knows where you were even if you...
Earlier today, the Associated Press published a report detailing how Google can log users’ locations even if...
Court blocks FCC from cutting broadband subsidies...
The FCC has hit a snag in its plan to curb broadband subsidies for low-income homes. A DC appeals court has issued a...
Apple Explains What They Really Do with Your...
We’ve been focused so much the past few years on what is happening to our data. What are the companies we entrust our...
‘People You May Know:’ A...
In May 2008, Facebook announced what initially seemed like a fun, whimsical addition to its platform: People You May...