Netflix is finally halting DVD-by-mail after 25 years and 5 billion discs. Here are the 5 films customers rented the most in Netflix history.

The Netflix DVD era is over after 25 years. Here are the 5 most-rented discs

TikTok employees are saying that China is gaining more control over the app, and some executives are moving from Beijing to U.S. offices.

TikTok workers: China may have more control over user data than we think

Elon Musk's X is cutting its disinformation and election integrity team in half after posting positions to combat foreign interference.

Musk makes cuts to X election integrity team

Seven presidential candidates looked to gain momentum during Wednesday night's debate as the absent frontrunner loomed large.

Candidates clash at 2nd GOP primary debate: The Morning Rundown, Sept. 28, 2023

The approximately 400-pound robot has four HD cameras, but will not record audio or employ facial recognition technology.

NYPD deploys K5 robot to patrol subway station

The Federal Trade Commission on Tuesday, Sept. 26, filed a lawsuit in federal court against the online retailer Amazon.

FTC, 17 states accuse Amazon of violating antitrust laws

Ford Motor Co. announced on Monday, Sept. 25, that it is pausing construction on its Marshall, MI, electric vehicle battery plant.

Ford pauses construction on $3.5 billion EV battery plant

After a nearly seven-year mission, NASA scientists said a sample of space rocks, gathered from an asteroid 200 million miles away, has made it to Earth.

NASA: Asteroid sample from 200 million miles away lands in Utah

Competition and Markets Authority announced the sale of Activision by Microsoft has preliminary approval pending third-party consultation.

Microsoft one step closer to $69 billion purchase of Activision

A family is suing Google, claiming Google Maps directed a man to drive over a bridge that had washed away, resulting in his death.

Family sues Google over man’s death after he followed Maps’ directions

A federal judge blocked a California law meant to protect children online by requiring businesses verify users' ages.

Federal judge blocks California law to protect children online, cites 1st Amdt

AI hit the mainstream like a firestorm with ChatGPT. Humans will shape where AI goes from here, but many fear the direction it will take.

ChatGPT launched an AI revolution. Here’s where we stand nearly 1 year on.

Generative AI is changing the game in the workforce, with far more roles at risk of automation. How can AI enhance jobs, rather than replace?

AI is coming for 300 million jobs. Is the future work optional?

Politicians regularly show they don't understand tech and AI. So why are some of tech's biggest executives pushing for government regulation?

The race to regulate AI hits snag; politicians don’t understand the tech

AI and the uncanny valley is deeply 'problematic' for people in the era of deepfakes and the digital world. Will we begin to fear humans?

Is it alive? How AI’s uncanny valley could threaten human interaction

Conversations around artificial intelligence are often 'full of panic.' Here's how movies, media and history play a role in the fear of AI.

Why we fear AI, from a PhD in philosophy of artificial intelligence

Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, met with Elon Musk in hopes to thwart antisemitic hate speech on the social media platform X.

Israel Prime Minister urges Elon Musk to stop hate speech on X

The U.N. is working on a new code of conduct that helps regulate the spread of mis- and disinformation, particularly on social media.

UN officials looking to crack down on spread of online disinformation

Elon Musk is suing California over a law requiring social media companies to submit reports showing how they handle "hate speech."

Elon Musk launches free speech lawsuit over California’s content moderation law

Reno-based Caesars Entertainment was hit with a cyber attack possibly exposing personal information of millions of its rewards members.

Caesars cyberattack, days before MGM, may have exposed millions’ personal data