Amazon declined to share further details about the situation, noting that it was a personal medical incident.
By authenticating sellers' addresses, it could help Amazon weed out counterfeiters and other bad actors on its third-party marketplace.
In a Jan. 2021 earnings call, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he was "highly confident the car will be able to drive itself with reliability in excess of human this year."
TripAdvisor initially found nothing wrong with a death camp review containing a gas chamber "joke".
Amazon partnered with Tile and smart lock maker Level to beef up its mesh network for tracking items.
Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile had the longest average customer call waiting times, Ofcom has found.
Roku has been making a number of strategic moves in the advertising space, including the acquisition of Nielsen's advanced video advertising business.
Geothermal energy is poised to play an increasingly large role as a source of always-available, renewable power.
DraftKings said it has 1.5 million million monthly unique paying customers as of its first quarter, holding on to the gains in made in its fourth quarter.
Twitter launches a new payment feature for good tweets - but it comes with privacy concerns.
LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
While a variety of industries struggle with supplies, semiconductor experts say there are plenty of new ideas and, most surprising, start-ups.
The severity of the global chip shortage has gone up a notch over the last few weeks and it's now looking as though millions of people will be impacted.
Lockdown spurred many people to invent new products, but how did they get to market?
Holmes' ownership stake in Theranos was valued at up to $4.5 billion. Prosecutors say her spending more than kept pace and she was overtaken by her fame.
Twitter on Thursday introduced Tip Jar, a new feature that makes it easy for users to send money to their favorite users of the micro-blogging service.
Andrew Brenner, a Republican, used a background to make it appear as if he were at home rather than behind the wheel of his car during a state meeting. The giveaway? His seatbelt.
Their defense essentially boiled down to: it's not our job to write Facebook's rules.
Blockbuster IPOs and tech bull market lifted California's economy during the pandemic even as challenges facing the state piled up.
The pandemic forced small businesses to adopt new digital habits, and many are now here to stay.
Users say they are being forced to choose between range or speed, or face an unusable network.
Amazon's advertising business is soaring, but Apple's recent privacy changes will likely add more fuel to its growth.
Next-gen processor tech gives more performance with less energy use, IBM claims.
The company tried to punt its Trump dilemma to a panel of experts. On Wednesday, the experts punted back.
Research by Which? looked at a selection of older routers still being used by customers.
Etsy saw its business boom early on in the pandemic, as shoppers turned to it and other online retailers for goods.
The sales come one week after Amazon reported first-quarter earnings results, trouncing Wall Street's expectations.
Buying bitcoin, ethereum, and litecoin is easier than ever with PayPal, but users don't actually own the coins.
A father and an Oxford student seek a High Court hearing to require age verification on porn sites.