The company confirmed that it had notified users earlier this week that the Align supplements they purchased were likely counterfeits.
By aggregating data from geotagged posts and stories, Who’s in Town can paint a detailed picture of the habits and haunts of anyone with a Instagram account.
The European Commission fined chipmaker Qualcomm €242 million for luring Chinese phone makers with low prices, forcing a British rival out of the market.
Opinion: The current standard for evaluating AI is insufficient. AI systems should be instantly interrogated for bias by a third party.
Facebook’s planned blockchain-based currency poses nettlesome questions: Is it money? Is the Libra Association a bank?
Executives from Amazon, Facebook, Google, and Apple testified before Congress that they face fierce competition. Lawmakers say it’s “frustrating.”
Four of the seven organizers of a 20,000-person walkout at Google in November have quit. The latest to leave is Meredith Whittaker, a researcher on the ethics of AI.
In 2011, San Francisco cut taxes to lure tech firms. Eight years later, gaping income inequality has city officials looking for ways to get tech to pay its share.