YouTube policy change: False claims about past US presidential elections will be allowed
YouTube says it will stop removing content that falsely claims the 2020 election and other past U.S. presidential elections were marred by widespread fraud, errors or glitches.
Lawyer busted for using ChatGPT to write brief after fictitious court cases cited
An attorney could face sanctions after learning the hard way about the pitfalls of using ChatGPT.
New ride-sharing service in Atlanta takes passenger safety to a whole new level
A new ride-share company is offering more than just a seat in a car. The drivers are armed and highly trained to protect their passengers.
Artificial intelligence model to help scientists predict whether breast cancer will spread
Oncologists in the U.K. have developed an AI model to help predict whether aggressive forms of breast cancer will spread based on changes in a patient’s lymph nodes.
Elon Musk's brain implant company Neuralink says it has approval to start human trials
The device is about the size of a large coin and is designed to be implanted in the skull, with ultra-thin wires going directly into the brain.
Wanted man arrested after telling police they 'gotta be quicker than that' on Facebook
A wanted Ohio man had a message for police when they posted his photo on social media: "you gotta be quicker than that." It turns out, they were.
Ford electric vehicle owners to get access to Tesla Supercharger network
There are about 54,000 public vehicle charging stations in the U.S., but many charge much more slowly than Tesla stations.
Restaurants opt out of using QR-code menus post-pandemic
Three years ago, shared menus were replaced with pointing your phone camera at a QR code. Now, many restaurants are going back to using physical menus.
Elon Musk wants to build digital town square. But debut for Ron DeSantis has tech failure
The billionaire Twitter owner said the problems were due to “straining" servers because so many people were trying to listen to the audio-only event.
‘Please wear clothes,’ Georgia Department of Driver Services says
A post on the verified Georgia Department of Driver Services’ Facebook page on Tuesday seems to suggest some folks do not know that.
Your car is spying on you, but a new website helps you learn what's being shared
If you remember the computer chip shortage that continues to slow automakers, it's because modern vehicles are computers on wheels, so what does that mean?
WhatsApp rolls out edit feature for sent messages
The popular chat app announced in a blog post Monday that users can correct misspellings, add more details or otherwise change what they have sent to friends, family and coworkers.
Surgeon general warns social media can have 'profound risk of harm' for kids
Could social media for kids be regulated next, like car seats and baby formula? The U.S. surgeon general is pushing policymakers to consider change in a new report on social media and youth mental health.
Ford decides to keep AM radio on 2024 models, will restore AM on 2 electric vehicles from 2023
Owners of new Ford vehicles will be able to tune in to AM radio in their cars, trucks and SUVs after all.
Digital seance: New AI tech will mimic speaking to dead family, friends
A tech designer is building a program called Seance AI, which will allow users to speak with a chatbot mimicking a dead loved one that could help people find closure.
Atlanta Public Schools offers Grow with Google program to students 16 and up
Atlanta Public Schools offers students 16 and up a chance to "Grow With Google."
TikTok, social media trends push performance crimes into US spotlight
A rise in thefts of Hyundais and Kias is linked to viral videos posted to TikTok and other social media platforms that teach people how to exploit a security weakness to steal the cars.
Venmo for teens: Social payment app officially available for those 13 and up
Although many already use it, teens are now officially allowed to open a Venmo account with their parent's permission.
Is it secure?: TSA begins allowing mobile driver's licenses at some checkpoints
FOX 5 reported about this new development where travelers can use a phone as an identification at certain TSA checkpoints, but is it safe?
Instagram back online after temporary outage: 'Sorry for the trouble'
The company did not specify what caused the outage.