Airbus is reportedly testing a new digital platform on its A350-900 test plane which would monitor every passenger action, from chosen meal preferences to in-flight purchases and even bathroom habits.
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A new report claims that Android flashlight apps are requesting a large number of permissions on every install, giving them access to huge amounts of device information.
Google, Facebook, and Twitter have all reportedly rejected a proposal from Australia's media regulator to implement an industry code of conduct on fake news. An association representing the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe argue that the rules would make the government "a truth verification body.
As antitrust investigations into Google heat up, business owners are speaking out against one of the company's ad practices, known as "conquesting." Edible Arrangements CEO Tariq Farid says the practice is "killing" business for his franchisees, and Basecamp CEO Jason Fried called the tactic "a shakedown" and "ransom.
Facebook is warning iOS 13 and Android users that new mobile operating systems may prevent the platform from tracking its users as closely as it did before.
A federal judge has ordered Facebook to face a nationwide lawsuit seeking damages for allowing third parties to access users' private data, calling Facebook's views on privacy "so wrong.
A number of popular period-tracking apps were discovered to be sharing sensitive user data with Facebook — even details on when a user last had sex.
Daimler has reportedly begun testing self-driving trucks on Virginia highways in a partnership with startup firm Torc Robotics. The self-driving trucks will still have humans on board capable of taking over the wheel in case of emergency.
The Russian government is accusing tech giants Facebook and Google of having defied a government order to ban the distribution of political advertising during Russian regional elections.
A recent report from theWall Street Journal outlines how pretending to be a robot may be the next big job industry. Humans regularly take control of robotic delivery drones and other autonomous bots to add the "human touch" robots are incapable of.
Facebook's new dating feature has officially launched in the United States, but concerns over Mark Zuckerberg's collection of even more personal data are already being raised.
Twitter users mocked Tesla CEO Elon Musk this week after he attempted to criticize Porsche's new electric sports car. After Musk criticized Porsche's usage of the term "turbo" with electric vehicles, users were quick to point out Musk's own loose usage of language both in tweets and Tesla's business, such as the infamous "funding secured" tweet.
Leaked internal documents show that a project to rewrite how Apple's Siri voice assistant handles "sensitive topics" such as feminism advised developers to "deflect" and "don't engage" the issue.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has found that Tesla's Autopilot feature played a major factor in a Model S car crash in 2018 in which the Tesla, with autopilot engaged, crashed into a stationary fire truck.
Google and other Silicon Valley tech giants are attempting to water down the first major data-privacy law in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act, according to a recent report.
Social media giant Facebook is now opening up its facial recognition technology to all users and will be discontinuing the "tag suggestions" feature on pictures, despite a lawsuit against Mark Zuckerberg's company over intrusive use of facial recognition without user consent.
Following problems with Tesla's car app, many owners found themselves "locked out" of their vehicles. Although Tesla offers key fobs and cards for its vehicles, many owners are in the habit of accessing their vehicle only using the smartphone app instead of carrying the physical key.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk's attempt to cozy up to the Chinese government has netted his beleaguered car company a tax break amidst an ongoing trade war between China and the United States.
According to researchers at North Carolina State University, electric scooters such as Bird and Lime scooters are not as eco-friendly as previously believed. According to researchers, only 34 percent of scooter users would have otherwise used a car, while the majority would have used environment-friendly bicycles or public transportation.
Following Facebook's removal of like counts on Instagram photos, the company is considering removing likes from posts on its main social media platform, to protect the feelings of its userbase.
Police departments across the United States are warning parents about potentially dangerous apps on their children's smartphones, here are 15 of the top apps to watch out for.
Following reports of Tesla solar panels catching fire at Walmart and Amazon locations, residential owners are now claiming that Tesla solar panels on their homes are now causing fires.
Google security researchers are claiming that they have found a number of malicious websites that could hack into Apple's iPhones by exploiting undisclosed software flaws.
Google parent company Alphabet Inc's Chief Legal Officer has responded to allegations that he had a child with a subordinate and subsequently emotionally abused her. Executive David Drummond says "there are two sides to all of the conversations and details.
Women in tech organization AnitaB.org stated that it has dropped Peter Thiel's Palantir as a sponsor of the largest conference for women in computing, the Grace Hopper Celebration, over the company's work with ICE.
A recent report from theWall Street Journal alleges that e-commerce giant Amazon kept a "burn book" of mean comments made by New York City politicians about the e-commerce giant during the conflict over the HQ2 project planned for the Big Apple.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk commented that "China is the future" at the2019 World Artificial Intelligence Conference in Shanghai on Thursday.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Alibaba Group founder Jack Ma are set to debate the concept of artificial intelligence at the World AI Conference in Shanghai, China, this week.
Researchers working with Facebook to study the social media platform's effect on democracy have threatened to quit, stating that Mark Zuckerberg's company has failed to make promised data available.
Facebook is reportedly clamping down with rules relating to political ads in the United States ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
Conservative educational group PragerU appeared before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals today in a case alleging that Google and YouTube unfairly censored the organization's videos.
Tech giant Google has reportedly dropped to third place in the worldwide smart speaker market. Although Amazon rules the market for devices always listening to their customers, Chinese tech giant Baidu has now overtaken Google in the race to install speakers in homes.
A recent investigation by automotive website Jalopnik claims that Uber and Lyft are not paying drivers as much as they claim to. After studying nearly 15,000 fares submitted by drivers, the rideshare companies were pocketing between 8.5 and 10.6 percent more of revenues than they claim.
PragerU has announced that its case against Google and YouTube over claims of online censorship will be heard in court on Tuesday.
E-commerce giant Amazon has backed up claims by retailer Walmart that Tesla solar panels caught fire at multiple Walmart locations across the United States by claiming that it experienced its own fire related to the solar panels at a warehouse in California.
Vanity Fair outlined in a recent article how Tesla CEO Elon Musk employed a number of questionable tactics in order to purchase the floundering solar power company he was both the largest shareholder of, SolarCity.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reportedly investigation 153 possible cases of lung disease that may be associated with e-cigarettes and vaping. The sudden lung problems are primarily occuring amongstadolescents and young adults.
Tesla reportedly initiated a plan called "Project Titan' last summer in which the embattled company attempted to replace defective solar-panel parts across the U.S. without telling anyone.
Tech giant Google's close relationship with China is being called into question once again after the firm failed to join Twitter and Facebook in criticizing the country's communist government even after being forced to crack down on a disinformation campaign aiming to discredit the current protests in Hong Kong.
Contractors for Microsoft listened in on the audio of Xbox gamers speaking in their homes in order to improve the console's voice command abilities. One contractor claims most of the recordings they reviewed were children.
A new report alleges that firms such as Amazon and Microsoft are putting the world at risk through the development of killer robots and deadly AI.
E-commerce giant Amazon has opened its largest campus yet, but it is not its American HQ2, it is located in Hyderabad, India, as the firm prepares for aggressive expansion in the country.
A recent report claims that Google-owned video platform YouTube is removing videos of robot fights for "animal cruelty."
A recent report states that EU antitrust regulators are beginning to question if Facebook's Libra digital currency could cause antitrust issues.
Retail giant Walmart is suing Tesla over a number of roof fires at multiple Walmart stores which the company claims were caused by Tesla solar panels.
Tech giant Google is facing yet another privacy issue after vulnerabilities were revealed in the company's Google Nest Cam IQ indoor security camera which could allow hackers to hijack the device.
Facebook recently spoke with Axios, revealing a number of plans to promote news outlets on its platform including the creation of a "News Tab" featuring outlets handpicked by Facebook, changing how millions of people receive news.
Shortly after receiving criticism for allowing Chinese-government run state media to advertise on its platform, Twitter has banned all state-controlled media outlets from advertising.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told President Trump in a conversation that tariffs on China could hurt Apple and help companies such as Samsung.
Twitter has accepted advertising from China's largest state news agency attacking pro-democracy protesters. The ads, known as "promoted tweets," call the Hong Kong protests "blatant violence."
Amazon's "FC Ambassadors" program, designed to spread positive messages about the company on social media, has appeared to backfire on the e-commerce giant as a thread about working conditions at Amazon fulfillment centers went viral.
Tech giant Facebook failed to warn users about the risks attached to its single sign-on tool despite taking steps to protect employees from dangers, according to a lawsuit.
A former Google employee sent a memo before leaving the tech giant in which he claims to have been subjected to racism as a black person working for the Masters of the Universe.
A recently published report byWired gives an insight into the turmoil within tech giant Google over the past three years.
According to a test by the ACLU, Amazon's facial recognition system incorrectly identified one in five California lawmakers were incorrectly identified as criminals by the software.
A Google whistleblower has gone public with claims of election manipulation and political bias, according to investigative journalism group Project Veritas, which posted a trove of over 950 documents provided by Google insider Zachary Vorhies.
Despite claims that Facebook was listening in on its users previously being dismissed as "conspiracy theories," Mark Zuckerberg's company recently admitted that it has been doing exactly that — listening to audio recordings of its users, using the excuse that Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft do the same thing.
Employees at Whole Foods are reportedly demanding that the grocery store's parent company, Amazon, cut ties with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Peter Thiel's Palantir.
Google's job listing search tool has grown rapidly in popularity in recent months, but 23 rival job-finding sites are questioning the antitrust implications of the service.
Google's video-sharing platform YouTube removed footage of CNN host Chris Cuomo's altercation with a man who called him "Fredo" for violating the site's "bullying and harassment" policy.
A recent report alleges that a Tesla vehicle burst into flames after colliding with a tow truck in Moscow, Russia. Reports indicate that the driver had the Tesla Model 3's autopilot engaged.
An exclusive report from Vice News claims that researchers have discovered that 35 critical U.S. election systems have been connected to the Internet for months despite manufacturers and election officials claiming that the machines are never online.
Tech giant Facebook is reportedly facing billions of dollars in potential damages as a federal appeals court rejected the firm's argument to halt a class action lawsuit relating to the storing of biometric data of millions of users.
According to a recent report from China Labor Watch, at least 1,000 Chinese school-aged teenagers are being recruited to work long and often illegal hours as "interns" at factories producing Amazon Alexa devices.
A recent report from Bloomberg claims that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) may be preparing a formal investigation into Elon Musk's Tesla over the company's driver-assistance Autopilot system.
Tech giant Apple is reportedly taking further steps to prevent iPhone owners from having their products independently repaired by locking iPhone software so it displays a battery warning message for an independently replaced battery — even if an original Apple battery is used.
Social media company Twitter has admitted that an internal bug in its ad targeting system means that the site shared user data with advertising partners without consent.
In a recentWall Street Journalop-ed, radio host and founder of PragerU, Dennis Prager, explains why it's important to hold tech companies accountable for censorship.
According to recent reports, Elon Musk's Las Vegas underground tunnel is already showing its limitations as the Boring Company prepares to unveil it for CES in 2021.
According to recent reports from Facebook and CrowdTangle, Breitbart News dominated Facebook during Wednesday's second Democratic debate, with six of the top 11 posts from media organizations on the platform.
Silicon Valley giant and Google parent company Alphabet recently overtook Apple to become the richest company in America when measured by cash and liquid assets, with more than $117 billion in the bank.
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly in talks to acquire a 26 percent stake in a massive Indian retailer allowing the company to dominate a $200 billion market.
According to a recent report, Facebook has become one step closer to developing a working brain-computer interface, capable of reading users' thoughts.
A recent report on delivery service DoorDash's tip-skimming practices have resulted in a class-action lawsuit seeking all the of the tips that didn't go to drivers as customers intended.
Breitbart News senior tech reporter Allum Bokhari recently appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss how Google's YouTube search results were manually manipulated based on tweets by a left-wing TV show host.
According to a recent report, Chinese tech manufacturer Huawei and Silicon Valley giant Google were working together on a new home smart device before the government placed restrictions on doing business with Huawei.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI 2nd District) stated in a recent interview with Tucker Carlson that she wants her lawsuit against Google to highlight the "unchecked power" of Big Tech.
According toWashington PostAI and algorithm reporter Drew Harwell, Fox News, Breitbart News, and President Donald Trump dominated the social media news cycle on the day of Robert Mueller's testimony before Congress.
Google has reportedly settled a class-action lawsuit alleging widespread age discrimination against over-40 job applicants at the company for $11 million.
A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them filled with trackers from major tech firms, including Google and Facebook.
The E.U. has launched an antitrust investigation of e-commerce giant Amazon which could see the company fined as much as $23 billion.
Google VP: Thousands of Employees Calling Black Woman Unworthy of 'Inclusion' Are Statistically Insignificant
Google executive Karan Bhatia testified Tuesday that thousands of company employees declaring a black conservative woman's perspective unworthy of "inclusion" was not a problem, because Google has nearly 100,000 employees worldwide.
During a recent senate hearing, Sen. Marsha Blackburn(R-TN) grilled Google'svice president of global government affairs and public policy on online censorship, particularly singling out attempts to censor Breitbart News.
A new report claims that Tesla employees worked through harsh condition and took shortcuts such as using electrical tape to patch cracks to meet Elon Musk's Model 3 production goals.
Auto manufacturers Ford and the Volkswagen Group have announced plans to strengthen their global alliance and release an electric vehicle by 2023. Much to Elon Musk and Tesla's dismay, VW CEO Herbert Diess explained their goal is to "turn the electric car from a niche product into a mass phenomenon.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has stated that Facebook's digital currency Libra cannot be allowed to operate until concerns about the project are addressed.
A new report claims that Silicon Valley tech giant Google has been employing outside contractors to listen in on the voice recordings of its Google Assistant users without their knowledge.
Apple's anti-Google ad campaign has taken another shot at its Masters of the Universe rival with a huge billboard boasting the company's privacy record — located directly across the street from Google's sister company Sidewalk Labs.
According to a recent report, approximately four out of five people identified by the London Metropolitan Police's facial recognition system as possible suspects are totally innocent.
Apple approved an important update to the Parler social media app last night following a delay of a week, which Parler attributes to the tech giant's questioning of the platform's free speech values.
Popular knitting community website Ravelry has reportedly banned the support of President Donald Trump on its platform. The company says that President Trump promotes "open white supremacy," and states that while users can support Trump, "you just can't talk about it here.
A recent investigation by Project Veritas revealed a number of insights into how executives at Google think about regulation and shed light on lies told by Google CEO Sundar Pichai before Congress.
During a recent conference, the CEO of Bank of America expressed the company's desire to transition to a "cashless society."
A recent lawsuit is alleging that Amazon's voice-controlled Alexa devices violate laws by recording children's voices without their parent's consent.
Social media platform Twitter has reportedly temporarily suspended the account of investigative journalism group Project Veritas following its publication of internal documents from Silicon Valley company Pinterest.
According to a recent report, Tesla's rankings at job websites have dropped significantly following a series of layoffs and cost-cutting measures at the company, indicating a drop in morale amongst Elon Musk's employees.
Leftist Ars Technica journalist and male feminist Peter Bright has been arrested for soliciting sex from a minor online. According to the FBI, Bright sought sex with a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old.
YouTube has reportedly begun removing historical and educational videos relating to the Nazi regime as a result of a campaign by leftist Vox journalist and Youtube censorship advocate Carlos Maza.
In a series of tweets posted to its own platform, Twitter outlined a number of changes to its rules and policies. Users were skeptical that the company would enforce them fairly.