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There’s a wildly popular conspiracy theory that Facebook listens to your private phone calls, and no matter what the tech giant says people just...
There's a belief that Facebook is listening through your phone and then serving ads based on your life. But evidence suggests this is not true.
Instagram denies the persistent belief that it's listening in on users. "Doing so would be super problematic for a lot of different reasons."
‘They are going to get steamrolled’: California’s governor warns Facebook, YouTube, and other social media giants that government re...
Social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube will face major regulation in the next decade, according to California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
‘Harry Potter Wizards Unite,’ the new game from the creators of ‘Pokémon Go,’ is live now on Android and iPhone
Niantic has released its long-awaited follow-up to "Pokémon Go," a new AR adventure based in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Between user privacy issues and political scandals, more people than ever are fleeing Facebook.
Nintendo's got a new smartphone game starring Super Mario, and it's nearly out: "Dr. Mario World" arrives on July 10 for both iOS and Android devices.
Inside Microsoft’s ambitious plan to build the future of Xbox, from a Netflix-style gaming service with blockbuster games to brand-new consoles
Microsoft just laid out plans for the future of the Xbox at a massive press conference. We spoke with Xbox leader Phil Spencer immediately afterward.
Huawei is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad few months, and it’s not likely to get better anytime soon
Huawei is the second-largest smartphone maker, but that could be in jeopardy as it becomes a bargaining chip in an international trade war.
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Huawei is planning to drop Google’s operating system as soon as next month after being barred from working with US companies
In the wake of Huawei's blacklisting by the US government, the world's second-largest smartphone maker is signaling plans to drop Google's Android.