Swedish prosecutors have reopened their investigation into WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on charges of rape made by a woman in 2010. Assange skipped bail in June 2012 while in London and claimed asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy, where he lived for almost seven years.
Hey, remember all those revival movies Nickelodeon was working on? They're still coming, and when they do they'll hit Netflix, too.
Gather round, consumers, for yet another Apple rumor.
On Thursday, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes penned an editorial in the New York Times calling for the company to be broken up, its subsidiaries Instagram and WhatsApp spun off, and future acquisitions banned for several years. Hughes argued that Facebook, and by extension its all-powerful CEO Mark Zuckerberg,...
Amazon mistakenly told some sellers that it had launched a prohibition on ads with "religious content," with one seller claiming "serious loss in revenue" and others reporting similar issues on seller forums, CNBC reported this weekend.
Considering John Wick's origins in its protagonist's love of his dog, it makes sense that the sequel's biggest nemesis would be a bunch of cats.
At the opening keynote for Build, Microsoft's annual developer conference in Seattle, we heard more about Starbucks than Windows. A ten-minute demo about how Starbuck's ordering system interacts with Azure, Microsoft's growing cloud-based computing platform, was a highlight of the event. This should tell you a little...
Tech activists continue to organize and win across many of the industry's biggest firms--and increasingly the online spaces tech workers gather are becoming battlegrounds in their own right. Take Palantir's Github page this morning, for example: Starting around 10am ET, concerned users plan to mass flag "issues" with...
National Geographic Magazine has released it's first-ever cover that's shot on a phone
Foldable screen technology might be unproven in smartphones, but that hasn't stopped companies from integrating them into even larger products.
Knowledge of stress biology may eventually yield bacterial treatments for psychiatric disorders