Snapchat joins online gaming world, South Korea kicks of 5G early and Facebook caught again with privacy issues.
Facial recognition is growing in popularity, but some glitches in identifying black skin is causing an issue for Microsoft and IBM.
Facebook claims they are making things better for users, but ad scams are growing faster than ever. The FBI has let down victims of hackers by not letting them know their rights.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he wants more government regulation for the social media giant, Zuckerberg's disappearing posts explained, sort of.
Artificial intelligence and robots might be able to tell jokes, but that doesn't mean they can understand humor. Don't worry, Alexa and Siri won't be playing April Fool's Day jokes on you.
5G networks are coming faster than you realize so understanding some history of this tech can help you understand what to expect. You're in for a nice surprise while Huawei fights another setback.
Facebook once again has messed up users privacy after it was revealed that millions of passwords were readable by employees and Comcast offers a terrible deal to gain subscribers.
While Facebook faces a criminal investigation, Mark Zuckerbeg decides to tackle revenge porn.