Facebook Lite Is Coming To Canada, Australia, The UK And USTired of Facebook sucking up your data plan? The social network's stripped-down app is being released more broadly on Friday.
Apple's New Families Page Details Ways To Monitor Kids' iPhone UseThe company, facing backlash over children's phone addiction, is trying to make it easier for parents to know what control features are already available.
Get Ready To Use Amazon's Alexa To Send Friends MoneySoftware company Daon has developed a way for you to send money to other people via voice assistant. Banks may adopt the new tech as soon as this year.
Apple Admits To Slowing Older iPhones, And LA Residents File Suit Over ItThe tech giant issued a rare statement of explanation on Thursday, saying that it has used software updates to limit the performance of older iPhones that may have battery issues that would cause them to turn off suddenly.
Google Blocks YouTube On Amazon Devices In Escalating FeudGoogle is pulling its popular YouTube video service from Amazon's Fire TV and Echo Show devices in an escalating feud that has caught consumers in the crossfire.
Google Docs Error Locks Out UsersSome Google Docs users found themselves locked out of their documents on Tuesday after the company flagged harmless files as "inappropriate."
Apple's Latest iOS Update Includes Hundreds Of New EmojiHundreds of new emoji -- such as gender neutral options, a woman in a headscarf and more food items -- are available starting Tuesday with the iOS 11.1 update on iPhone and iPad.
Google Warns Of Phishing Scam That Impersonates Google DocsGoogle says it has disabled offending accounts, removed fake pages and updated its Safe Browsing feature.
Verizon To Take 'Oath' As New Company To Run Yahoo, AOLThe Yahoo and AOL brands are expected to survive.
Family Blames Apple's FaceTime In Suit Over Fatal CrashA couple whose 5-year-old daughter died in a crash involving a driver who was allegedly using Apple's FaceTime video chatting app is suing the tech company.
FAA Issues Warning To Samsung Galaxy Note 7 OwnersLithium batteries are used in thousands of devices made by scores of companies. They're generally safe, but under the right conditions a dangerous chemical reaction occurs.
iPhone Users: Update Now To Protect Your Device From SpywareA newly discovered form of spyware could allow hackers to access your information. It's easy to block.