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Uber’s Self-Driving Program In San Francisco Has Been Halted

12/22/2016, About a week ago, Uber announced that they would begin trialing their self-driving cars in San Francisco. It was a great idea and a great way to push self-driving technology onto the masses, but unfortunately California’s regulators weren’t thrilled...

Nokia Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Apple

12/21/2016, Just when we thought the whole back and forth in legal battles of alleged patent infringements between tech companies had died down somewhat, Nokia is looking to get into the action themselves by filing a lawsuit against Apple in the US and Europe over...

Google Employee Sues Company For Being Too Secretive

12/21/2016, There are plenty of legitimate reasons as to why a company chooses to remain secretive in their operations. One reason is to maintain a competitive edge over the competition. If they don’t know what you’re doing, they might not have time to come up...

Thief Steals Phone, Becomes Unwitting Star Of A Documentary

12/19/2016, When someone steals your smartphone, it’s not just the lost of property and the monetary loss that comes with having to replace it with a new one. It’s also the fact that the thief potentially has a pretty damn good look at your life, the places...

Twitter Used As A Weapon To Give ‘Vanity Fair’ Editor A Seizure

12/18/2016, Harassment on social media is real. We’ve seen how trolls and bullies use social media to attack other users, such as insulting them, posting their personal details, creating embarrassing memes, and so on. However in what could be the first of its kind,...

President Obama Makes Ticket Bots Illegal Nationwide

12/15/2016, It used to be that ticket scalping would involve people lining up really early and buying as many tickets as they possibly can, and resell them at a much higher price. However with technology, this has become a lot simpler as scalpers can now deploy the...

California Puts The Brakes On Uber’s Self-Driving Car Plans

12/14/2016, Earlier today it was announced that Uber would be rolling out their fleet of self-driving cars in San Francisco. Prior to this, Uber had launched a similar program in Pittsburgh so in reality, the launch in San Francisco is an expansion of that program....

Apple Support Website Now Warns Against Counterfeit Accessories

12/13/2016, Fake and unauthorized third-party accessories are everywhere. Given how much official accessories cost, it is understandable that customers would much rather fork out $10 for an unofficial cable than $20-$30 for an official one. Unfortunately as per...

Man Steals $4.8 Million, Spends $1 Million On In-App Purchases

12/13/2016, Imagine you pulled off an incredible heist where you successfully steal $4.8 million, what would you do with the money? Some of you guys might say that you’d stash it offshore, while others might say that you’d rather blow through that money on fast...

SoundCloud Will No Longer Remove DJ Mixes

12/12/2016, If you’ve ever listened to a DJ mix, you’ll probably have realized that it’s essentially a mashup of a bunch of different songs that have been seamlessly blended together to sound like one song. This allows the DJ to transition from song to song...

Groom Sued After Drone Hits Guests In The Face

12/12/2016, Drones are both useful and dangerous, more so especially if they are piloted by inexperienced users. Given their size, the weight, and the spinning blades, it is easy to see how when a drone were to fly into someone’s face the amount of damage it can...

China To Force Game Developers To Reveal Loot Box Odds

12/12/2016, Games like Overwatch and Hearthstone rely on randomness when it comes to opening loot boxes or card packs. This is meant to mimic real life where if you were to purchase a card pack for a game like Magic: the Gathering, save for the number of guaranteed...

Amazon’s ‘The Grand Tour’ Might Be The Most Pirated TV Show

12/12/2016, Subscription services are great, but when you create a service with exclusive content that everyone wants, but yet you don’t offer it on a global basis, you shouldn’t be surprised if consumers start getting creative. That’s pretty much what Amazon...

AT&T To Refund $88 Million To 2.7 Million Customers

12/09/2016, Sometimes when you check your bills, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the charges, some of which are charged to companies you’ve never heard of (usually the parent/holding company of a shop), or sometimes banks or carriers use certain codes that...