Big tech companies began removing the social media platform Parler from their platforms over the weekend.
We streamed, and we Zoomed. When it comes to technology, 2020 was a year like no other. Here are the year's tech winners and losers.
What do Animal Crossing, "WAP," sourdough bread, Timothée Chalamet and "social distancing date ideas" all have in common? They were all popular Google searches in 2020.
Apple and Google released their lists of the best apps of 2020 this week, and they are stark reminders of the crucial role tech has played in helping us do pretty much everything from home this year.
One critic said allegations that Google searches and interaction influence voter actions are an oversimplification.
Google Maps is working on a new layer to the app which will show people the COVID-19 infection rates in local areas to help plan their journey…
Ocean Beutter's submission was selected out of tens of thousands of entries. The Hamilton Middle School student focused on the positive relationships that humans can have with animals.
Ocean Beutter, an 8th grader at Velma Hamilton Middle School in Madison, was chosen to represent Wisconsin in the national Doodle for Google c…
IE is miraculously still around after 25 years. Once the most-used web browser, Internet Explorer had been on a steady downward trajectory for years. Its share of the browser market fell below the 50% threshold in 2010 and now sits at about 4%, according to browser usage tracker NetMarketShare. Google's Chrome is currently the browser leader, commanding a 71% share of the market.
It’s your job to make yourself less of a stranger while looking for work during the pandemic. Veuer’s Sean Dowling has tips and tricks to help…
Former President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama will deliver commencement speeches during YouTube's "Dear Class of 2020" ceremony.
On Friday, the companies released preliminary technical specifications for the effort, which they called “Privacy-Preserving Contact Tracing.”
The good: At just $8 each, the Wyze Bulb works with Alexa, Google and IFTTT, and you don’t need a hub to use it. The bulb itself is brighter than advertised, and the app includes useful features like scenes, shortcuts and a vacation mode.
The good: The new Echo Dot looks and sounds better than ever, and now you can pair two together for stereo audio. The ongoing space race between Alexa and Google Assistant means it’ll keep getting a steady stream of new features. Best of all: It’s still just $50.
Fred Rogers’ often-shared advice for scary times is for those who need reassurance and also a call to do what we can to give aid. That might be more than you think.
The report found Russia-linked social media accounts are posting about the same divisive issues — race relations, gun laws and immigration.
CNET rating: 4.0 stars out of 5 (Excellent)