Twitter suspends bots spreading pro-Saudi tweets about missing journalist
The bots are asking people to doubt reports about Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance.
Shaper's AR-equipped Origin power cutter is going on sale for $2,500
The augmented reality power tool will ship in January.
Uber is testing an on-demand staffing service
Cue the "Uber Works," "No, it doesn't" gags.
‘Papers, Please’ creator debuts ‘Return of the Obra Dinn’
The game features a 1-bit, low-resolution aesthetic.
Now you can buy a Model 3 for $45,000 before incentives
By opting for a cheaper battery that cuts its range from 310 miles to 260.
Apple's TV app gets live and on-demand shows with PS Vue integration
You’ll be able to watch Vue though the TV app on Apple TV, iPhone and iPad.
'Red Dead Redemption 2' starts its 100GB pre-release downloads tonight
And there's a new launch trailer to watch while you wait.
Sam’s Club expands same-day grocery delivery through Instacart
The company expects half of its stories in the US to offer the service by the end of October.
The Senate is considering extending EV tax credits
If it passes, new Tesla buyers can cash in on $7,500.
Uber will make more personalized ride recommendations
It will offer cars or bikes based on whatever makes the most sense.
MIT finds a smarter way to fight Spectre-style CPU attacks
DAWG offers more security without a steep performance hit.
Google Maps ETA sharing comes to iOS, third-party apps
Facebook Messenger, Line and WhatsApp are among the apps supported.
Vertu rises from bankruptcy ashes with $4,000 Android phone
But its specs are straight out of 2017.
Facebook’s confusion about its Portal camera is concerning
If execs aren't sure about how the company could use data from the device, why should we trust it?
Wirecutter's best deals: Save $20 on an Anova Precision Cooker Nano
Other picks include the Canon EOS 80D DSLR and Dell 24-inch UltraSharp monitor.
YouTube and Eventbrite sell concert tickets through music videos
Turn your fandom into a seat at the show.
Amazon's Alexa 'whisper mode' starts rolling out today
The smart assistant will respond in kind to your whispered commands.
IBM finally proves that quantum systems are faster than classicals
But only at specific applications.
Kyocera releases tiny e-paper companion phone in Japan
The camera is non-existent.