Jonathan Graziano and his 13-year-old pug, Noodle, have won over TikTok for their near-daily games of "no bones," which predict the day's mood based on whether Noodle stands up or flops down in bed.
Even as the federal government has cracked down on robocalls, more than 47 billion spam texts have been sent so far in 2021, one company found, costing Americans millions.
An NPR poll finds that while a large majority of people using telehealth during the pandemic were satisfied, nearly two-thirds prefer in-person visits. That may foretell telehealth's future.
Five Judiciary Committee members cited news reports about Amazon's special treatment of its own brands over other sellers' and said they are weighing a referral for a federal criminal investigation.
Facebook posted on Sunday that the high-skilled workers will help build "the metaverse," a futuristic notion for connecting people online. The social network isn't the only one working on the concept.
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff is an evangelist for stakeholder capitalism — the belief that companies should be driven by more than profits: They should also take care of the broader social good.
The cars have been converging at all hours of the day and night, mystifying neighbors. Invasion of the self-driving cars? Not quite.
Janneke Parrish says she was fired from Apple as part of an investigation tracing the source of leaks to the press. She co-led the #AppleToo movement, part of growing labor unrest in Silicon Valley.
The company alleges that the employee leaked confidential information outside the company. Netflix employees have planned a walkout over transphobic comments made in Chappelle's new special.
In Ethiopia, old ethnic tensions are being incited in new ways. And that means the bloody civil war may be entering an even more destructive phase.
The White House is hosting a virtual conference with countries from Ukraine to the United Arab Emirates to look for ways to fight ongoing ransomware attacks across borders.
Facebook is banning some types of content that degrades, sexualizes, and otherwise harasses elected officials, celebrities, activists, and journalists.
Shatner, 90, became the oldest person to fly into space, according to Blue Origin. The company, owned by billionaire Jeff Bezos, launched its first human spaceflight in July.
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) about the debate over how to better regulate social media companies.
In the aftermath of damning testimony that its platforms harm children, the tech company outlined new safety features like prompting teens to take a break from Instagram.