Lawmakers should ensure implementation of new laws deliver real freedom of choice for technology under conditions that benefit Western democracies more than those wishing to harm us and our way of life.
"He's a pretentious jerk for putting Harvard alumnus in his dating profile," one Redditor joked in response to the woman's post.
Flexible work seeks to disrupt the gig economy to provide a new set of choices for workers.
Users on other social networks reported being logged out of the popular app or being unable to log in.
Users around the world have reported issues accessing the photo-sharing app's direct messaging feature.
The Nokia T20 Android tablet can be used by kids or adults. It makes a great media consumption device for reading and movies.
Data suggests many women are swapping apps amid concerns that their health data could be used in abortion trials.
According to the findings, nearly 99 percent of the children studied had at least one manipulative design in one of their top-used apps.
'Junny's Tender Site' is designed to find tender, loving, and caring homes for the dogs and cats," the Brevard County Sheriff's Office said.
"This glitch is worse than when Majora's mask would freeze," DoorDash's Help account tweeted in response.
When the issues later appeared to be resolved, reports emerged that restaurants were swamped with business and that others had turned off delivery.
The most popular emoji in the U.S., and globally, is the laughing crying face.
Hands-on with the HTC Vive Flow VR headset shows how it compares with the Meta Quest 2—and what it's like to use.
"I downloaded this like 10 minutes ago and I'm already obsessed," said one reviewer on the Apple App Store.
Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev said that laying off around 340 employees would help the company be "responsive to the changing needs of our customers."
"Unless you go through society with a veil on, people are going to see your face," one online user said in response.
More than 40 percent of ride share drivers are still driving less or have quit working for the ride sharing apps despite the surcharges, a new poll shows.
"I've been laughing at this for a straight 10 minutes," a TikToker admitted in a comment. "I love it OMG."
"I'm sorry what the f*** is this filter? Who am I supposed to be? Is this Chandler?" wrote one user.
The CEO of Trump Media and Technology Group has addressed the numerous issues experienced by the app in February.
"Washington Post" columnist Taylor Lorenz answers questions about the gear she uses as well as the products catching her eye at the moment.
GambetDC, the only sports betting app that is allowed to operate throughout D.C., had reportedly been expected to bring in $6.2 million of revenue instead.
The app's soft launch had numerous problems, including crashes and accusations that it stole another company's logo.
"Content that can cause discomfort, shock or disgust to viewers"—including scary effects and jump scares—may be ineligible for the FY feed, the company said.
'The Right Stuff' app is set to launch this summer as a way for conservatives living in large, liberal-leaning cities to connect with one another.
A new study aims to see if people can be more productive if they're not spending hours mindlessly scrolling on social media.
Automaker apps are growing more popular thanks to new high-tech features.
Kwame Mbalia is the author of the Tristan Strong book series and editor of "Black Boy Joy." This is a look at some of the gear he uses for writing.
Americans are using car apps more than ever but are frustrated with how they operate.
Austin Iuliano used his marketing skills to give himself a boost on the popular dating app, and he told Newsweek it's already bagged him plenty of matches.