Despite their standing in numbers, Millennials don’t have a very postivie view of their counterparts or themselves, compared to other generations before them.
Dozens of trips taken using the ride-hailing leader Uber have been cached by Google, making them available to anyone with a simple search term.
Consumers should carefully review Facebook’s Payment Terms for Person-to-Person Transfers, which essentially says that you might be on the hook for your friend’s shortfall via debit card.
Google is about to launch what’s being dubbed by some as “MobileGeddon” — a shakeup of search rankings for bloggers, business owners and professionals who highly regard search-engine optimization.
Facebook‘s messaging app now includes a new service enabling users to to send money instantly to their friends after registering a bank-issued Visa or MasterCard debit card.
The suit claims that “Reference Search” violates the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), a 1970 law created to protect people from being unfairly denied a mortgage, credit, or employment based on a background check or credit report.
The social media giant is caving in somewhat to the wave of anonymity that still pervades much of the Web with a new app that will let users interact without using real names.
Could banks begin to use a person’s social network status as a factor in lending? The answer is yes. And that is a concern to consumer and privacy advocates.
Consumer Reports certainly won’t end the debate as critics of CR’s stress tests say that the iPhone 6 Plus’s vulnerable point is not the middle of the smartphone (the focal point of CR’s testing).
Twitter users just have to reply with #AmazonWishList to any tweet that contains an Amazon product link.