Elon Musk suggested Thursday during a Twitter Spaces with Ford CEO Jim Farley that Tesla might open up some of its automotive operating system code to other automakers.
The Browser Company, the company behind the web browser Arc, introduced a fun new tool today called Boosts.
OpenAI has announced in a tweet that the official ChatGPT mobile app is now available in more countries.
Music streaming platform SoundCloud has laid off 8% of its staff according to multiple reports.
I spent a bit of time at Figure’s Sunnyvale offices during a recent visit to the South Bay.
Privacy-centric software maker Proton has launched a new family plan starting at $19.99 (€19.99) per month, giving up to six family members access to its entire application suite.
Former Apple engineer Neil Jhaveri has been working on an email app for Mac called Mimestream. It is now out of beta after a long test phase of more than two years.
It’s finally happened: Meta, the company formerly known as Facebook, has been hit with a formal suspension order requiring it to stop exporting European Union user data to the US for processing.
China has banned some sales of Micron products after launching a probe into the American memory chip giant for cybersecurity risks in early April.
The price of food continues to go up and up, but surprisingly that hasn’t (yet?) played out as pressure on the wider restaurant industry.
Apple released iOS 16.5 Thursday to all users with a new sports tab in the Apple News app. The tab acts as a hub for scores, match schedules, and articles for your favorite sports teams.
A popular fertility tracking app shared users’ sensitive health information with third-party advertisers without their consent, a new Federal Trade Commission complaint alleges.
Password manager 1Password today launched a new service, Passage by 1Password, that’s designed to allow businesses to build passkey authentication into their apps and websites without having to maintain their own security infrastructure.
President of Marvel Studios Kevin Fiege took to the Disney Upfront stage Tuesday to announce that Marvel’s new Disney+ show, “Echo,” is getting a binge release– a first for an MCU series.
You know the old saying: If you don’t like Amazon Echo’s form factors, just wait a few minutes.
When he was 10 years old, Patrick Gilligan’s childhood struggle with food began.
Welsh in-space manufacturing startup Space Forge has developed a satellite reentry system to enable rapid recovery and reuse of its in-space manufacturing spacecraft.
One of the largest pharmacy service providers in the United States has confirmed that hackers accessed the personal data of almost six million patients.
Foxconn will invest $500 million to set up manufacturing plants in the southern Indian state of Telangana, the latest in a series of bets from the key Apple contract partner as it expands its base in the South Asian market.
Toyota Japan has apologized after admitting to leaving millions of customers’ vehicle details on the public internet for a decade.
TikTok has upended how music is discovered, used and consumed these days; now, its long-term effort to build a business around that is getting a boost.
As Pinterest further shifts its focus to video content following the development of its video-focused Idea Pins, the company says it will now streamline its tools for all Pin formats into one creation flow.
Apple just released findings from an independent study, which highlighted that the revenue of small developers on the App Store grew by 71% from 2020 to 2022.
Clearview AI, the US startup that’s attracted notoriety in recent years for a massive privacy violation after it scraped selfies off the Internet and used people’s data to build a facial recognition tool it pitched to law enforcement and others, has been hit with another fine in France.