FCC: Verizon and AT&T 'zero-rating' perks harm consumers
The report singles out free DirecTV data from AT&T as unfair to streaming rivals.
Nikkei expects Nintendo Switch will sell for less than $250 in Japan
One of Japan's top newspapers takes a stab at the price of Nintendo's next game console.
Intel is reportedly backing away from wearables (update: it says no)
Recalls, unreleased products and reported layoffs could spell the end of Intel's wearable group.
Twitter expands 'mute' and 'report' features to combat abuse
But the company knows it won't completely be able to get rid of trolls.
Cops' facial recognition database has half of US adults on file
Worse, there are no standards ensuring the system's accuracy.
Disney is reportedly considering a bid for Twitter
Add it to the list of potential suitors that's said to include Google, Microsoft and Verizon.
WikiLeaks revealed private info for 'hundreds' of innocents
An AP report suggests that the transparency group has gone a step too far.
GM reportedly tried to buy Lyft
Lyft may be working with GM on autonomous taxis, but the company itself isn't for sale.
Hackers arrested after stealing more than 30 Jeeps in Texas
Over a six month period, a pair of hackers broke into and stole more than 30 vehicles in the Houston area.