Megafires more frequent because of climate change and forest management.
Under poaching pressure, elephants are evolving to lose their tusks.
Democrats to probe Trump actions on AT&T, Amazon.
FCC Commissioner slams San Jose mayor for not approving 5G cells… then slams him for approving them.
Amazon strikes deal with Apple to sell new iPhones and iPads.
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U.S. judge blocks TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline.
Amazon told employees it would continue to sell its controversial facial recognition software to law enforcement.
Sprint is throttling Microsoft's Skype service, study finds.
Cord cutting accelerates as pay TV loses 1 million customers in largest-ever quarterly loss.
Tekashi 6ix9ine's manager turns himself in to cops over NYC shooting.
New study links air pollution to a higher risk of autism.
AT&T will kick Internet users offline for piracy.
‘Super Mario Bros.’ animated movie in the works at Illumination.
Voting machine manual instructed election officials to use weak passwords.
Disney has reportedly earned back the $4 billion it paid for Lucasfilm.
Trump says his administration is 'looking at' whether Amazon, Facebook and Google are violating antitrust laws.
Saudis call for Amazon boycott over anger at Washington Post.
Konosuba franchise gets dungeon RPG for PS4, PS Vita.
Twitter deleted over 10,000 accounts seeking to discourage voting.
Apple Music's next acquisition may be iHeartMedia.
Internet freedom continues to decline around the world, a new report says.
Apple adds iPhone 5 to list of 'vintage and obsolete' products, officially ending repair support.
Astronomers are watching a nearby galaxy die in real time.
‘Castlevania’ renewed for season 3 on Netflix.
FCC falsely claims community broadband an 'ominous threat to the first amendment.'
Air pollution killed 600,000 children in 2016, according to WHO report.
Mozilla is matching all donations to the Tor Project.
Surgeons operate on unborn babies for the first time ever in Britain.
Twitter bans more InfoWars accounts.
Netflix to raise $2 billion in debt to fund more original content.
Facebook faces loss of 1 million European users.
Facebook reportedly aims to buy a 'major' cybersecurity company.
Climate fund approves $1 billion for green projects in poor countries.
Saudi Arabia tried to develop a mole inside Twitter: report.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is calling for Bloomberg to retract its Chinese spy chip story.
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' season 10 finally begins production.
Members of Parliament call for ban on petrol and diesel car sales by 2032.
Discord’s new terms of service say users can’t sue.
Ajit Pai killed rules that could have helped Florida recover from hurricane.
Coca Cola, Pepsi and Nestle attempt to water down new plastics laws, leaked letter reveals.
Abortion will be decriminalised in Queensland.
Amazon hit by claims it 'manipulated reviews' to promote its own brands.
Mammal diversity will take millions of years to recover from the current biodiversity crisis.
'Do Not Track,' the privacy tool used by millions of people, doesn't do anything.
Around 62% of all Internet sites will run an unsupported PHP version in 10 weeks.
Scientist: EPA changes are an effort to 'gut rules' that protect public.
Michigan man found guilty of shooting at teen who asked for directions.
Facebook hack update: 30 million accounts affected by security breach.
Twitter under investigation for allegedly refusing to reveal how it tracks you.
Cops told ‘Don’t look’ at new iPhones to avoid Face ID lock-out.
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‘Arrow’: Kirk Acevedo upped to series regular for season 7 on the CW.
Wu-Tang drama series ordered by Hulu from The RZA, Alex Tse & Imagine TV.
Self-healing material can build itself from carbon in the air - Taking a page from green plants, new polymer “grows” through a chemical reaction with carbon dioxide.
Verne Troyer's death ruled as suicide.
Ajit Pai’s 5G plans make it harder for small ISPs to deploy broadband.
Grieving Indiana bride poses for wedding photo alone after firefighter fiancé is killed by drunk driver.
Google+ to shut down after coverup of data breach.
London court blocks Google mass legal action over iPhone data collection.
‘The Walking Dead’ airs Scott Wilson tribute after tonight’s season debut.
Army veteran stops shooter after homecoming football game in Tennessee.
First SpaceX mission with NASA astronauts set for June 2019.
While Nestlé extracts millions of litres from their land, residents have no drinking water.
Nintendo reveals what the Switch learned from the Wii U's failures.
Damon Wayans announces he's quitting 'Lethal Weapon.'
Microsoft announces noise-canceling Surface Headphones.
The rise of Netflix competitors has pushed consumers back toward piracy - BitTorrent usage has bounced back because there's too many streaming services, and too much exclusive content.
Credit reporting agency Equifax fined $3.5m for deceiving consumers.
Travelling to Mars and deep into space could kill astronauts by destroying their guts, finds NASA-funded study.
Facebook sued hours after announcing security breach.
MoviePass test reactivates accounts if users don't opt out.
Gamers meet in real life at bedside of terminally-ill friend.
Facebook is blocking users from posting stories about its security breach.
Google reportedly paying Apple $9 billion to remain default search engine in Safari on iOS.
XXXTentacion murder captured on surveillance video, played in court.
Avicii secretly recorded 10 tracks with Nile Rodgers before his death.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine's Terry Crews to host America's Got Talent spinoff.
WhatsApp co-founder: "I sold my users' privacy" to Facebook.
No jail for teen who hacked his way into Apple's secure systems.
Apple removes conspiracy sites & other fake news from 'Siri Suggested Websites' in Safari.
Ancient Mars had right conditions for underground life, new research suggests.
Google secretly logs users into Chrome whenever they log into a Google site.
Seabirds found with more than 250 pieces of plastic lodged in their stomachs.
Wendy's faces lawsuit for unlawfully collecting employee fingerprints.
Nintendo lets terminal cancer patient play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate early.
PayPal bans Infowars for promoting hate.
Ratings: 'America's Got Talent' winner reveal sinks 31 percent from last year.
‘MasterChef’ renewed for season 10 at Fox.
Poland offers to pay billions for 'Fort Trump,' a Russia-facing military base.
Apple creates an iTunes device trust score based on your calls and emails.
SpaceX reveals mystery moon passenger and he's a billionaire - "Elon Musk's SpaceX has inked Japanese entrepreneur Yusaku Maezawa as its first moon tourist for the BFR spaceship."
One of the world’s biggest power plant developers just gave up on coal.
FEMA chief Brock Long is reportedly being investigated for improper use of government vehicles.
Amazon is investigating claims that employees deleted reviews and sold sales data to sellers.
Apple is investing in negative emissions.
Terry Crews shares apology letter from the agent that allegedly assaulted him.
Peter Donat, ‘The X-Files’ actor, dies at 90.