Trump to reverse family separation policy after tech, political backlash - CNET Trump to reverse family separation policy after tech, political backlash     - CNET

The president says he will sign "something" that will change the administration's application of immigration rules.

yesterday, 21:07
Star Wars Story spinoff movies after Solo said to be on hold - CNET Star Wars Story spinoff movies after Solo said to be on hold     - CNET

You won't see more standalone films like Solo: A Star Wars Story hitting your galaxy any time soon, if the report about Lucasfilm is true.

today, 0:15
Just tweeting a story with WH advisor's number could get you blocked (updated)

White House adviser Stephen Miller is widely regarded as the person behind the Trump administration's zero tolerance immigration policy that has taken children away from parents accused of attempting to enter the country illegally. Earlier today, Giz...

today, 0:33
Ohio test uses drones to monitor highway traffic

Highway traffic monitoring is frequently... less than efficient. Fixed cameras can't catch problems beyond their immediate location, while aircraft are both costly and inevitably have to fly back to a distant base to refuel. These systems may soon...

today, 1:57
Match Group buys Hinge on its way to dating dominance

Match Group, the company that owns Tinder, has bought a controlling stake in Hinge, which was redesigned to cater to individuals seeking relationships instead of the casual dating (and hookup) culture prevalent in other dating apps. This adds the 'an...

today, 0:58
Facebook is testing paid monthly subscriptions for Groups Facebook is testing paid monthly subscriptions for Groups

Facebook is testing Group subscriptions, which will allow Group admins to charge for exclusive content. Only a few will have access to the feature as of now, but they'll be able to set up a separate, subscriber-only Group and charge members a monthly...

yesterday, 20:39
California lawmakers gut net neutrality bill - CNET California lawmakers gut net neutrality bill     - CNET

The California State Assembly had a proposal with the strongest net neutrality laws ever. But key amendments have "mutilated" the rules.

yesterday, 20:50
Germany plans to test Airbus and Audi's flying taxi concept

The Pop.Up Next flying taxi from Airbus and Audi should soon become much more than a well-meaning concept. The German government has signed a letter of intent greenlighting tests for the flying taxi around Audi's home city of Ingolstadt. Transport...

today, 0:04
Up close with the Galaxy S9 in 'Sunrise Gold' Up close with the Galaxy S9 in 'Sunrise Gold'

Samsung teased a gold color variant of the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus two days ago, and now it's officially announced the availability. Starting June 24th, you'll be able to get the "Sunrise Gold" version of the flagship at Best Buy (in stores and online)...

yesterday, 15:00