Editors of the Oxford English Dictionary are making special updates to obscure and emerging words to reflect their new meaning during the pandemic.
Apple is letting Facebook temporarily process payments for its online events feature, meaning event hosts won't be subject to Apple's fee.
"This does seem like the opposite of open. OpenAI is essentially captured by Microsoft," tweeted Elon Musk.
Amazon just launched a new games streaming service to take on some big rivals.
The company will reportedly speed up adoption of the displays in its iPad and MacBook lineups.
Drawing on his considerable experience in such matters, Facebook’s Vice President for Global Affairs and Communications has fine-tuned his company’s position on data transfers.
Xbox Series X controller pre-orders are now live.
Somewhere, Christopher Walken is deliriously chanting “I gotta have more USB!”
Amazon Sidewalk, its hyper-local neighborhood network system set to launch later this year, will work with Tile and Echo speakers the retailer has confirmed today. Previewed in 2019, Sidewalk promises a distributed alternative to regular WiFi networks, in which smart home devices like Ring cameras double as hubs for local communications. Wait, is Amazon Sidewalk yet another networking standard? You … Continue reading
Microsoft has agreed to acquire video game giant Bethesda, securing the rights to huge franchises like Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Dishonored, and Doom.
Here's everything you need to know about the ongoing feud between the Trump White House and TikTok.
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"The Devil All the Time" is a new Netflix original thriller starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson. Here's how to watch it.
In the switchover to electric vehicles, governments hand out subsidies to new car buyer to help make the transition a little financially sweeter. In most countries, though, the subsidies only apply for new EVs, but in Scotland that’s no longer the case. According to Next Green Car, a consumer advice site that helps drivers make the switch to plug-in vehicles, the Scottish government is for the first time extending its Low Carbon Transport Loan to also cover used electric vehicles. [Read: Are EVs too expensive? Here are 5 common myths, debunked] For many, buying a new EV is more expensive… This story continues at The Next Web