Amazon funds STEM programs in Seattle schools
Up to 30 public schools will benefit from Future Engineer Robotics grants.
'League of Legends' take on 'Auto Chess' reaches open beta this week
Teamfight Tactics is available to try June 26th in North America.
All Walmart pickup locations now accept SNAP for online grocery orders
EBT card is a payment option at more than 2,500 stores.
Netflix loses 'The Office' after 2020 to NBCUniversal's service
The ad-supported NBC service launches in 2020.
San Francisco is officially the first US city to ban e-cigarette sales
The mayor just needs to sign the ban into law.
Airbnb Luxe offers castles, villas and islands for $1,000 per night
Each luxury travel listing comes with a dedicated trip designer.
Google: Employees can protest YouTube, just not near its Pride float
Employees can still protest YouTube in their personal capacity.
Facebook's political ad transparency tools roll out worldwide
Whether or not it's truly ready isn't clear.
Microsoft beefs up security for your most important OneDrive files
It's also doubling the base storage limit from 50 GB to 100 GB.
A 'One Punch Man' game is coming to consoles and PC
Saitama is OP, please nerf.
Apple refreshes Pages, Numbers and Keynote with new styles and functions
Face detection will help position photos in each of the apps.
Senate finds US agencies left security holes untouched for a decade
Several of them were using outdated, unpatched software.
Twelve South’s HiRise Wireless charger is made for your desk or on-the-go
The HiRise includes a tiny, detachable Qi charging pad.
Help NASA name its Mars 2020 rover
NASA will ask K-12 students to 'Name the Rover' in a nationwide contest.
OWC claims its USB-C SSD is the fastest yet
It's not the fastest external drive ever, but it could be a good balance.
FTC crackdown targets operations responsible for one billion robocalls
Under 'Operation Call it Quits,' the FTC has opened 145 cases against illegal callers.
Facebook will share data on hate speech suspects with French courts (update)
It's said to be the first time the company is providing such info to judges.
Senator presses FTC to require stricter child protections from YouTube
He wants tighter age restrictions and limits on new kid-oriented products.
Ableton teaches synthesizer basics from the comfort of a browser
Beginners and experts alike can find something new in Learning Synths.
iPadOS Hands-On: Apple's tablets just got a lot more flexible
Microsoft's dual-screen tablet could run Android apps
It's expected to arrive in the first half of 2020 and have two 9-inch screens.
Bill Gates claims his ‘greatest mistake’ was not beating Android
The fate of Microsoft's mobile efforts still bothers the company's founder.
macOS Catalina preview: It's all about the apps
Many of Apple's first-party apps have been redesigned. (And there are some brand new ones, too.)