Twitter Gets Tweeted On

A recent bombshell whistleblower report from Twitter’s former head of security alleges that the social media company has been negligently lax on cybersecurity and privacy protections for its users for years.

Not the Teenagers

Teenagers are some of the most creative people on the planet. So of course, they have created a health issue that one state has decided to do something about and now you have to be over 21 to buy whipped cream in the state of New York.

Arbitrage Life: Heroin Toting Dane

An 81-year-old Danish woman traveling from Africa to Canada was arrested at Warsaw airport on suspicion of illegal possession of heroin worth over $515,000, officials in Poland said Friday.

I always feel like Amazon is watching me

From what you buy online, to how you remember tasks, to when you monitor your doorstep, Amazon is seemingly everywhere. And it appears the company doesn’t want to halt its reach anytime soon.

Playstation Litigation

A consumer rights advocacy group is suing Sony for charging a 30 percent commission fee on all digital purchases made through the UK PlayStation Store.

Virgo Season

Is astrology real? Probably not. Is there something statistically different about people based on other non-biological features? Kind of.

Vacation Town Crisis

Short-term rentals have become increasingly popular for second homeowners eager to offset the cost of their vacation homes and turn a profit while away. Even property investment companies have sunk hundreds of millions of dollars into the industry, hoping to pull a larger yield from tourists seeking their own kitchen, some privacy and a break from cookie-cutter hotel rooms.

Zuckerberg says VR "won't look depressing"

Earlier this week was supposed to be a celebratory time for the folks at Meta, as its reality-devouring project Horizon Worlds was now available in more countries. The occasion was marked by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg himself posting a “selfie” of his in-game avatar in front of a digital Eiffel tower.