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We asked you to send us the weirdest sites that are sharing your activity with Facebook. What the heck are y’all looking at?
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Cryptocurrency is gaining wider acceptance, but that’s not always a good thing.
Dave Portnoy said he wants Barstool Sports to be the biggest gambling outfit in the country. Will his bad reputation catch up to him?
We conducted an informal poll to find out which contributor racked up the most sites and apps to share their activity with Facebook.
Lucara’s rise to the top of the diamond-mining heap took innovative thinking -- and some good luck.
Spirit’s brand takes a beating, but do customers just care about cash?
Some of the world’s biggest companies are buying web-browsing data from the maker of popular anti-virus software.
The chef of a Michelin-starred Thai restaurant said popular food-delivery apps served her some shenanigans.
Lizzo made them famous, but the truth hurts: Demand for DNA testing kits is declining.
The Big Apple just joined other big cities in taking cashless off the table.
The companies behind popular dating apps are getting more serious about physical safety IRL.
A British company racked up sales through its companion app for a reality TV show
Curing your smartphone addiction could be as simple as printing out a sheet of paper.
SmileDirectClub is facing a rising tide of lawsuits and consumer complaints.
Here’s how Big Tech is responding to 2 major new laws in California.
The futuristic automaker’s market value is soaring -- is it too good to be true?
The bioplastics industry is booming -- but it might not be as green as you think.
Clearview AI says its app can help solve crimes quickly. But the tech behind it is controversial.
Many navigation apps have a giant indoor blind spot.
A new research effort wants to be the digital equivalent of the Human Genome Project.
The debate over Armslist is bigger than just guns -- the site’s fate has implications for tech titans, too.
The toy-making giant is making a new pitch to adults, emphasizing Legos as the key to unlocking calm.
If other fake-meat purveyors follow Quorn’s lead, the business of counting carbon footprints could get messy.
There’s opportunity in the growing cult of the cozy -- if you can be smart about it.