Tinder is making its usual pay-to-use Passport feature free for all users in April.
A new study has reinforced the view that traditional banks are on the decline, citing advancements in technology and internet access for the continuing trend.
Three months after Ikea announced it was doing away with its iconic paper catalog, the Swedish furniture company has moved its categorized product listicles into a creative audio format.
Tinder’s parent company, the Match Group, is going to implement background check technology on the popular dating app before it rolls it out to the rest of its relationship platforms.
Two child trafficking survivors have filed a lawsuit against porn company MindGeek and its popular adult video-sharing website, Pornhub.
Now you can give yourself a meow-kover.
The company is the latest trading platform announcing restrictions following a surge in volumes in recent days stemming from calls on social media.
Some real estate agents were surprised and concerned when data like their listings or sales history recently disappeared from popular real estate website Zillow.
A non-profit advocacy group has slapped Apple with a lawsuit for failing to remove Telegram from its app store despite the app allegedly allowing hate speech and extremist or illegal behavior.
In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press, Gomez said she’s frustrated by what she views as the companies’ lackluster response and that they have to “stop doing the bare minimum.”
Super Nintendo World may not be open to visitors until next month, but now fans can get a sneak peek.
The video gaming publisher Bethesda announced Tuesday that it’s working on a new “Indiana Jones” title with a cryptic video trailer and scant other details.
The use of one of the largest facial recognition software databases in the country jumped 26% on the day after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, with police and law enforcement agencies turning to the technology to try to identify agitators behind the attack.
For many people, the coronavirus pandemic has made working from home routine.
Shopify has closed websites associated with President Donald Trump following the riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Qualcomm has announced that Cristiano Amon will become its new CEO, with current CEO Steve Mollenkopf retiring later this year.
Slack's outage paralyzes millions of users
"We expect to activate power to at least four additional floors of the building during the day today and are working on the cooling equipment to manage the temperatures in the facility," AT&T said. "Teams are assessing equipment on the building’s lower floors for any damage caused by the flooding of the building."
Temporary measures became permanent as the pandemic forced businesses and consumers to adapt to difficult circumstances.
TIME Magazine on Thursday named Zoom CEO Eric Yuan their annual "businessperson of the year."