MoviePass Admits It Collects Your Data, What It Means For YouMoviepass, the movie ticket subscription service, now admits it's exploring ways to collect private data on its 2 million-plus users.
Users Claim Amazon's Alexa Randomly Laughs At ThemUsers on social media are reporting that their Alexa is randomly laughing at them out of nowhere.
Best Buy's Geek Squad Techs Search Customer Computers For The FBI, Reports ClaimA child pornography case against a California doctor has revealed that Geek Squad technicians have worked with the FBI to uncover data on customer's computers for years.
Twitter Users Can Now Bookmark Tweets
Google Visits Miami School Teaching Kids To CodeTech companies are looking to young students to satisfy an increasing demand for computer science professionals.
Study: Apple Watch Can Detect Diabetes With 85% AccuracyAccording to a study released by Apple, the Apple Watch can accurately tell whether the wearer does or does not have diabetes 85 percent of the time.
Critics Urge Facebook To End Messenger Kids AppMore than 100 public health advocates are calling on Facebook to pull the plug on its new Messenger Kids app.
Robot Replaces Barista In Tokyo CafeJapan's first Robot Café opened its doors to the media on Tuesday with a robot replacing the barista to serve coffee to customers.
Look Inside: Long Awaited Amazon Spheres Now OpenAmazon's long-awaited rainforest-like conservatory is now open! Here's what it looks like on the inside.
Is Your Latest Holiday Gift Eavesdropping On You?Could you be spied on in your own home and not even know it?
Robocalls Are Getting Smarter But These Apps Can Help Prevent ThemRobocalls are getting smarter but you can stop them with different apps.
Google App Matches Your Face To Historical PaintingsYou've probably seen pictures on Twitter or Facebook of people standing next to paintings and the person in the painting looks eerily like real person posing next to it.