Oracle CEO Mark Hurd has died at the age of 62
How to add attachments to Calendar events on an iPhone with iOS 13
Tesla is barring customers from buying the same version of the model they returned for 12 months (TSLA)
'Star Wars' is a box-office juggernaut but has struggled for years in China. Disney wants to change that.
WeWork's valuation could reportedly slip below $8 billion as part of SoftBank's proposed bailout of the embattled company
A Republican senator just gave Libra its first voice of support in Congress after its rocky start with regulators and partners (FB)
'NBA 2K20' only needed one month to become the best-selling game of 2019
Hackers have become so sophisticated that nearly 4 billion records have been stolen from people in the last decade alone. Here are the 10 biggest data breaches of the 2010s.
The 'Dr. Death' podcast team has a new medical investigation that delves into greed and desperation in the stem cell industry
Elon Musk regularly switches to a new phone and sometimes destroys the old one, according to a court document
Quentin Tarantino's 'Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood' won't be released in China unless Bruce Lee's portrayal is edited
Google Maps will now let users share the locations of police speed traps, similar to apps like Waze (GOOG, GOOGL)
How to unfreeze a Nintendo Switch in 4 different ways when it stops responding
Johnson & Johnson just recalled a batch of baby powder after a test found asbestos. The company is facing thousands of lawsuits over the product. (JNJ)
MTN Nigeria lost more than 600,000 data subscribers in one month – did issues around Xenophobic attacks contribute to this?
Why it's so hard for planes to land on water
Apple will reportedly launch new AirPods as early as this month, and it could help the company maintain its lead as the competition heats up (AAPL)
Chaotic protests erupted in Lebanon after its cash-strapped government tried to launch a 20¢ per day tax on using WhatsApp and Skype
Archaeologists have located an ancient city hidden in the Cambodian jungle. The discovery was 150 years in the making.
Investigators reportedly served search warrants on Gab and Twitter to find out if an arrested neo-Nazi shared child abuse images on social media
Mark Zuckerberg suggests Facebook might have helped prevent the war in Iraq (FB)