Microsoft and Tesla have reported record quarters and Tim Cook is calling for stronger privacy laws here in the United States.
It's all Apple today. Reviews of the iPhone XR have arrived; Apple claims to be fixing a "smooth selfie" bug; the company's 2019 video subscription service plans are revealed to be global; and the iPad Mini might not be dead after all.
Bloomberg's hacking story continues to draw criticism from Apple and Amazon, Hyperloop tunnels take one step forward and one step back, and Faraday Future hits a bump in the road.
Spacecraft are going to Mercury, body cameras are catching fire, and Slack can talk to the SNES. What a world.
Apple sets a date for a media event in an unusual location; Samsung starts making 7-nanometer chips; Alexa learns how to whisper.
Andy Rubin's phone company hits hard times, Spotify gets an update, and Softbank questions future Saudi VC investments.
Google is changing its deal with Android OEMs when it comes to Google Play services, while Facebook is walking back previous privacy statement about its new Portal device and TLS 1.0 meets its end.
Adobe announced Photoshop for iPad and releases Premiere Rush; a startup with the Palm name thinks your big phone needs a little buddy; and Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, has died of cancer at 65.
The FCC is getting pedantic in defending itself over net neutrality, while PlayStation owners are struggling with crashing consoles and DuckDuckGo continues to grow.
Alexa is getting to know us all better; astronauts had to make emergency landing after Russian Soyuz rocket failed during launch; Congress has questions about Google+.