Confessing a "massive blind spot" in his thinking, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau moved to contain a growing furor Thursday after a photo surfaced of him in brownface at a 2001 "Arabian Nights" costume party and two other similar incidents came to light.
A fashion company faced severe backlash on social media after showing models wearing hoodies covered in bullet holes with the names of schools where mass shootings happened.
Robocallers are alive and kicking as they constantly change tactics, a new report says.
Apple unveiled new iPhones that are largely unchanged from previous models and accompanied by an unexpected price cut for the cheapest model, underscoring the company's efforts to counteract a sales slump of its flagship product.
Apple will charge $5 per month for a highly anticipated video streaming service, the latest challenge to Netflix. The company will roll it out in Nov. 1.
As the number of people with severe lung illness related to vaping climbs to at least 450 cases, health officials in New York are looking into whether vitamin E acetate that is found in cannabis vape products is to blame.
According to TechCrunch, the recruitment site Monster did not disclose to its customers that a third-party server containing possibly thousands of resumes and CVs for job applicants with private information attached was exposed online.
Hundreds of millions of phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts have been discovered in an exposed online database, TechCrunch reports.
Apple iPhone users beware: Sophisticated phishing scams are pretending to be part of Apple’s support team to get iCloud information.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s Twitter account was hacked on Friday, the company confirmed after the profile posted offensive tweets.
Fueled by the excitement of a new school year, social media feeds can lately be found flooded with “back to school” photos shared by proud parents.
A Texas mother praised a United Airlines crew and passengers who befriended and accommodated her son, who has autism and did not want to sit still on their flight home.
A Washington man ended up behind bars after he reported his truck stolen and police discovered it was taken while the man was allegedly robbing a business.
Dairy Queen has had to oddly clarify that the store's food does not contain "human meat" after one of its South Carolina restaurants was swarmed by federal agents last week.
One creative mom in Texas is winning applause on social media after sharing a photo of her young son in an oversized T-shirt, which he’ll mark with a painted handprint in honor of the first day of school for the next 12 years.
A man in southeast Texas insists that he’s innocent after circulating a now-viral video of himself removing a container of vanilla Blue Bell ice cream from a Walmart freezer, licking the frozen dessert, and placing it back on the shelf.
For most people, borrowing a cable from someone else to charge your phone may seem as commonplace as asking for the time. But that ordinary-looking charging cable could actually contain malware intent on stealing your passwords and other sensitive information.
Popeyes and Chick-fil-A have sparked a Twitter feud over who boasts the best chicken sandwich, causing a social media frenzy as people began to choose sides in the latest fast food face-off.
Amazon has announced its facial recognition program used by one Washington state police agency can now detect emotion, generating concerns from privacy advocates.
Following a lawsuit, Google agreed to pay owners of an original Pixel or Pixel XL who have encountered microphone issues with the first-generation phones if they were bought before Jan. 4, 2017.