The makers of TurboTax as well as H&R Block promised the IRS to offer free filing for many Americans. But they're keeping Google from seeing it.
It's an internet fight and only the funniest meme will emerge victorious. This week's challengers? Things That Don't Make You Ugly, Vitriol Joel, the "Go Hard" TikTok, and more.
Listening apps have listed automatically listed free podcasts for years. Creators aren't happy about Luminary's approach, and it's not just because the platform has premium memberships creators won't see a cut from.
A new Instagram account tracking the luxury clothes favored by celebrity pastors begs the question: What (and for whom) are they actually selling?
Lonely, confused and horny brands are irritating enough, but Netflix accounts regularly tip over into ugly self-righteousness, presenting a corporation with an estimated $165 billion valuation as a friend to the underrepresented and the downtrodden.
A Twitter employee who works on machine learning believes that a proactive, algorithmic solution to white supremacy would also catch Republican politicians.
The look made famous by the platform just doesn't resonate anymore.
Ya'll need to ask better questions.
Michael Leggett is even more annoyed with Gmail than you are.
Brave makes a browser based on Google Chrome that blocks tracking scripts and other technologies that spy on your online activity.
It's not a sure thing, and it wouldn't happen until 2021 — but the streaming service is at risk of losing its most-binged shows.
This meme-y video is as hilarious as it is true.
Now here's something new. The Word Of The Day is a dedicated Slack workspace, where the sole goal is to guess the secret word of the day. If you do that, you'll win $1,000 in cold, hard cash.
On February 28th, a mysterious figure logged on to Twitter and offered to send $35,000 to the first person who retweeted a specific post. Nearly every day on the internet, this same mysterious online presence claims to give away similarly large sums of cash to complete strangers.
These quieter places on Twitch are more evocative of a slower form of entertainment, not unlike Norway's slow TV.
The meeting will last 30 minutes, and touch on "the health of the public conversation on Twitter," according to an internal Twitter email obtained by Motherboard.
How a support group for the dateless became one of the internet's most dangerous subcultures.
Presidential hopefuls are trying to tap into the energy of millennial and Generation Z voters by promoting progressive issues that are animating them.
Recently, the business of getting paid to promote a company via your social media has spread pandemic-like.
According to a statistical study of passwords that have been publicized in various data breaches, "blink182″ is among the most commonly used passwords, and thus most easily guessed by hackers.
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