An exclusive Newsweek poll has found that registered voters in the U.S. distrust social media platforms, with TikTok's rating the lowest of the seven platforms listed.
Russian state media reported that a little-known private space firm called Success Rockets was planning to launch 558 satellites.
The very same snake attacked Lea-Ann Mears' dog, Ninja, less than a year later.
TikTok has become a battleground in the lead-up to the US election, and has started clamping down on misinformation and unlabeled political ads.
The snake returned to the woman's home 10 months later and attacked her dog, rendering it unconscious.
The head of Tesla is a high-profile critic of COVID-19 measures, and has called for lockdown restrictions to be lifted.
The company has also rejected 2.2 million ads that failed to complete the political ads authorization process.
Tesla's Autopilot system relies on vision rather than LIDAR, which means it can be tricked by messages on billboards and projections created by hackers.
Researchers have discovered the fossilized remains of at least 40 different species of ancient shark in Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, dating back to around 325 million years ago.
The social media sites both limited the spread of an article that claimed Joe Biden's son, Hunter, had accepted money from a Ukrainian energy company in exchange for access.
The White House press secretary has accused Twitter of censorship, after the site allegedly temporarily blocked her account when she shared an article about Joe Biden.
The security firm that found the vulnerability said locked in users may need an "angle grinder" to get out of the Qiui Cellmate.
Facebook has issued a rebuttal to The Social Dilemma, which was one of the most watched films on Netflix in September.
A video clip has gone viral after the son of a customer claimed his father's Tesla Model Y's glass roof fell off as they drove down Interstate 580.
Grindr has fixed a vulnerability described by a security researcher as 'one of the most basic account takeover techniques I've seen,' which could have granted easy access to anyone's account.
Twitter has raised the possibility of dropping its image-cropping algorithm, after it repeatedly cropped a Black man's face out of a picture, favoring a white man's face instead.
Seismic blasting produces one of the loudest sounds in the ocean, and can damage marine creatures' hearing and disrupt their feeding behaviors and communications.
Donald Trump's past comments about face masks and COVID-19 have come back to haunt him, with Anonymous posting a video that highlights the president's laid back attitude to the virus.
President Donald Trump, aged 74, and First Lady Melania Trump, aged 50, have both tested positive for COVID-19, the president has revealed.
The tech giant has filed a patent application that describes a screen configuration with a "self-healing" layer that could smooth out scratches, dents, and other types of damage.
The company said it is currently looking at data to determine the impact to its products.
"Content that is debunked will be reduced in News Feed and filtered from Explore and hashtags on Instagram," the company said in a statement.
A swarm of moderately sized earthquakes has hit California near the San Andreas fault, increasing the likelihood that a bigger earthquake could strike within the next seven days.
LG has unveiled an extraordinary smartphone that incorporates two screens and a popup selfie camera.
Apple is holding a virtual launch event today, where it looks set to unveil several new products, including a new Apple Watch and iPad Air, and iOS 14.
Facebook has launched an information hub containing facts, data and advice about climate change.
Tesla is "definitely not" developing a smartwatch, the billionaire said on Twitter.
The Vivaldi browser has launched Break Mode, a new feature designed to improve your remote working habits.
Android finally has an in-built screen recorder, something that users have been clamoring for, and there's plenty more besides.
Facebook software engineer Ashok Chandwaney has criticised the company's approach to hate speech in an impassioned resignation letter.