Sinemia's theater subscription shuts down in the US
It couldn't outlast MoviePass.
The CIA is now on Instagram
The least you could do is follow them back.
Amazon Prime shipping could shrink to just one-day
Two-day shipping might be a thing of the past.
Windows 10's May update won’t work on PCs with USB storage or SD cards
But users can remove those devices and restart the update.
Apple fixes 'terms and conditions' iOS bug that blocked app downloads
A server-side patch should fix the issue by the end of the day.
New York AG is investigating Facebook over email contact scraping
The service previously asked some new users for their email passwords.
AI-analyzed tweets could help Europe track floods
Even in regions that speak several languages.
Google makes it easier for employees to report harassment
The policy updates follow the Google Walkout and criticism from employees.
'Days Gone’ will get weekly challenges and Survival Mode in June
Sony’s PS4 exclusive includes some free post-launch content.
Wirecutter's best deals: The Sonos One (Gen 1) drops to $150
Other picks include Corsair's HS50 gaming headset and the Chamberlain MyQ smart garage-door controller.
Respawn spaces out 'Apex Legends' content updates to avoid crunch
It's also willing to push out 'Titanfall' games to honor is schedule.
Epic Games throws down an ultimatum for Steam
Tim Sweeney promises more cooperation if Steam ups its revenue share.
First laser radio paves the way for ultra-fast WiFi
The first data transmitted was "Volare" by Dean Martin.
Snapchat will let you play as your Bitmoji in games
An in-game code can be used on PC, console and mobile games.
Walmart's AI-based store concept is open to the public
It's much larger than Amazon Go, if not as ambitious.
How B-movies influenced 'Mortal Kombat 11' fatalities
What's gore without a little laughter?
Canada says Facebook broke privacy laws in Cambridge Analytica scandal
The federal privacy commissioner plans to take it to court.
Apple recalls older three-prong AC power adapters
It’s aware of six cases of broken adapters worldwide.
'Persona 5' is coming to Switch, but not in the way you'd expect
You'll never see it coming.
Traeger Ironwood 650 review: WiFi is the ultimate pitmaster
Microsoft knows password-expiration policies are useless
But it isn’t doing away with them across the board, yet.
Chrome update stops websites from tracking you in Incognito Mode
But you'll have to enable the feature yourself.
Amazon tries bringing in lawyers for sellers claiming patent infringement
It's meant to be a cheaper, faster alternative to traditional patent lawsuits.