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Biden sets stage for possible tech crackdown with DOJ antitrust nomination

The president nominates Jonathan Kanter, a lawyer known for taking action against Google, as antitrust chief for the Department of Justice. → Read More

Instagram's new security checkup helps you recover your account

The photo-sharing social network now has steps to walk you through securing your information in case you've been hacked. → Read More

Twitter shows off privacy concepts aimed to help you switch accounts and settings with ease

If these concepts come to fruition, you'll be able to see and switch between your accounts more easily and toggle between groups of privacy settings based on your mood. → Read More

Apple launches store for individual podcast subscriptions

Called simply Apple Podcast Subscriptions, you'll be able to buy into your favorite shows and grouped podcast channels. → Read More

Six new Android features improve voice controls, messaging and more

Google rolled out a series of updates to their mobile operating system on Tuesday that include contextual emojis, earthquake alerts and a customizable experience for Android Auto. → Read More

Nebia by Moen Quattro review: An affordable and economical way to relax while you shower

The Quattro showerhead offers four spray settings including a spa-like mist and a "hard spray" with great coverage. → Read More

CDC eases travel restriction on Japan and other countries ahead of the Olympics

The agency says people should be fully vaccinated before traveling. → Read More

JBS meat plants reopening in US after ransomware attack

It's not clear yet how the cyberattack will impact meat supply chains. → Read More

Cyberattack on JBS reportedly causes meat plant closures

A hack reportedly causes outages at the company's five biggest beef plants in the US. → Read More

Asus ROG Phone 5 now on sale in the US for $1,000

You can buy the powerhouse gaming phone now or wait a little longer for the Pro or Ultimate version. → Read More

Amazon Alexa's voice actor reportedly revealed

Journalist and author Brad Stone says Nina Rolle provided the basis for the voice of Amazon's digital assistant. → Read More

The best showerhead for 2021

A great showerhead will make your morning routine more refreshing. We help you sort through the options to find one that'll help make getting clean feel wonderful. → Read More

DoorDash retools restaurant fees with tiered pricing

Restaurants can now pick lower commission options on the delivery app in exchange for less reach and promotion. → Read More

Tile criticizes Apple AirTags ahead of congressional hearing

The CEO of Bluetooth tracker maker Tile implies that Apple's AirTags are unfair competition. → Read More

Alexa can help you find a Covid vaccine

Amazon's digital assistant can find nearby vaccination sites and connect you so you can get more info. → Read More

Biden and Obama added to Sunday TV special promoting COVID-19 vaccines

The president and former president will reportedly join a host of other high profile names in encouraging Americans to get vaccinated. → Read More

Apple reportedly pushes back production of MacBooks and iPads due to supply shortage

The tech giant's production of computers and tablets will be strained due to a global supply chain shortage, according to a report by Nikkei Asia. → Read More

Amazon's Prime Day could happen as soon as June

Amazon's summertime shopping event could be moved up a month, according to Recode. → Read More

Netflix makes climate-focused commitment to neutralize the company's emissions by 2022

Dubbed Net Zero plus Nature, the commitment includes a reduction in emissions and investing in the regeneration of important ecosystems. → Read More

Google's experimental Stack app wants to help you get your papers in order

Take a picture of your documents and the app will scan it and digitally file it for you. → Read More