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Melania Trump’s spokesperson: Boycott TI for video with racy depiction of the first lady

In the video, the first lady is portrayed as a stripper wearing the now infamous "I really don't care, do U?" jacket.

Myanmar military members posed as pop stars to spread violence-inducing fake news on Facebook

A new report indicates the military has been spreading misinformation.

Google’s AI software seeks to detect advanced breast cancer better than we have before

The tech company is using algorithms to detect cancer.

Samsung’s new phone has more camera lenses than buttons

One camera on the front, four on the back.

How to unlock the Anita Hill monument filter on Snapchat

Thursday marks 27 years since Hill told her story to the Senate Judiciary Committee about the harassment she endured from Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas.

WhatsApp bug lets hackers take over your app simply by calling you. Here’s how to prevent it.

Get the new version of WhatsApp immediately.

Amazon’s recruiting software that ranked men higher than women is a lesson in AI bias

The software reportedly penalized resumes containing the word “women’s.”

Google’s Pixel Slate wants to be both your laptop and a tablet — here’s how it works

Google's new tablet is two products in one.

Facebook introduces Portal and Portal+, its video-chatting devices for your home

Facebook now sells a tablet with Alexa built-in.

90% of millennials won’t go to the bathroom without their phones, study shows

Also, your phone is 10 times dirtier than a toilet seat.

The Chinese government infiltrated Apple and Amazon servers with a tiny microchip

U.S. investigators revealed that the servers containing these rogue chips were assembled by Super Micro Computer Inc.

Amazon’s minimum wage boost will strip hourly employees of bonuses

On Tuesday, Amazon announced that it would increase minimum wages to $15 an hour.

Apple CEO Tim Cook says they’re not letting China’s government access user data

Encryption is encryption, no matter the country

Pulled over by police? Siri can quietly record video and send your location to an emergency contact

With a custom word or phrase, your iPhone can record the entire interaction.

Here’s how iPhone users can disable Face ID discretely

Worried face detection will unlock your phone at the wrong time? Here are some quick ways to turn it off temporarily.

Amazon raises its minimum wage to $15 per hour for all US employees

The new rate will go in effect on Nov. 1.

Former MoviePass users, check your email — the app may be about to charge you $9.95 per month again

Are you still paying for MoviePass? If no, then maybe yes.

For the first time, the FBI used Apple’s Face ID to get suspect’s information off an iPhone

Grant Michalski is one of six men charged with sharing child pornography and sexual abuse.

Facebook hack exposes data on up to 50 million accounts. Here’s how to tell if you were hit.

Facebook says you don't need to change your password.