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Cryptocurrency is going hyper-local, with Miami, Florida one of the latest cities to launch its own digital currency.
If you're tired of trying to remember all your passwords, Microsoft is rolling out a service that might interest you.
As new research suggests social media can be harmful for children, TikTok is taking some steps to support users' mental health and wellness.
Amazon is expanding its palm-reading technology for faster entry at concert venues, but privacy experts are concerned about the new trend.
Apple announces upgrades for phones, tablets, and other devices.
Tired of mowing your lawn? There's a "smarter" way to cut the grass.
A new "Freedom Phone" aims to address conservatives' complaints about Big Tech.
A new Commerce Department committee aims to keep the US on the cutting edge of developments in artificial intelligence.
Many employers say they can't find quality candidates, but part of the issue may be the software they use to filter job applicants.
Is your employer keeping a close eye on everything you do while you work from home?
Ridesharing services could potentially get caught up in lawsuits over Texas' new abortion ban.
Human rights advocates are concerned about a trend of governments shutting down internet access in response to protests and civil unrest.
The Federal Trade Commission is going after a company which makes surveillance software that can be abused by stalkers.
Residents of several states will soon be able to add driver's licenses and state ID cards to Apple Wallet.
Instagram wants to know your birthday as part of new safety features aimed at protecting younger users.
The pandemic has caused all sorts of electronics supply issues, including some you might never think of.
A new study suggests that some techniques aimed at controlling the spread of misinformation on social media are not all that effective.
Facebook is trying to reintegrate some messaging features back into the company's main app.
A billionaire entrepreneur is eyeing robots for his next project
Blackberry warns software users about a potentially-serious security flaw.