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With a new LA office and a forthcoming creator studio, TikTok is poised to take on Instagram and YouTube
The China-based company now has more than 400 US employees and is reportedly looking for a US CEO, signaling plans to grow in North America.
Some YouTube content moderators are reportedly being told they could be fired if they don’t sign ‘voluntary’ statements acknowledgin...
There's a well-documented history of content moderators reviewing graphic and disturbing content that have led to psychological trauma and PTSD.
Even as more work gets automated, Accenture's HR chief Ellyn Shook said "uniquely human skills" are companies' biggest edge.
Apple may release a cheaper, smaller iPhone in just a few months — here’s everything we know about it so far
Apple could release a new iPhone SE 2 as early as March 2020. Here's a look at everything we've heard about it.
Musician Grimes appears to have confirmed her pregnancy on Twitter, adding to speculation that she and Elon Musk are having a baby
Grimes may have confirmed she's pregnant on Twitter, following Instagram photos suggesting she may be having a baby with Elon Musk.
Last month, ProPublica in partnership with Columbia Journalism uncovered that popular dating apps allow known sex offenders to use create accounts.
Apple has a new biggest bull on Wall Street. Here’s why he thinks the company will reach a $2 trillion market value.
The 5G "super cycle" and expansion of Apple's Services business can push the company to $400 per share in 2020, analyst Dan Ives wrote Thursday.
The #FightPneumonia page offers information about symptoms and the virus' spread, and a feature lets users show support to medical staff and patients.
The Xbox One S All-Digital gaming console cuts out the disc drive in favor of downloads — here’s how much it costs
The new Xbox One S All Digital Edition is Microsoft's most affordable game console focused on downloads. Here's its price, specs, and features.
A Facebook executive suggested that smartphone software may be to blame for the alleged attack on Jeff Bezos’ iPhone
Facebook's EMEA vice president, Nicola Mendelsohn, said the hack highlighted "vulnerabilities" of existing smartphone operating systems.