Coursicle, the popular college scheduling app, has started pushing out strange push notifications and the entire website has been converted into a bizarre manifesto.
The fines are associated with a host of violations tied to options and margins trading, app outages, and failing to report customer complaints.
I thought “the next Tinder” could help me end my dry spell.
In a video, the founder of ‘subscription’ security company Los Angeles Professional Security said he wants to be able to detain ‘prisoners’ and take them to jail.
The vehicle is linked to a private security company which describes itself as a "subscription law enforcement service."
Uber got UberCheats removed from Google, claiming the app infringed its trademark on the word ‘Uber.’
Launched last year, the app is now booming with boomers. But its privacy policies are questionable.
"Robinhood purposefully, willfully, and knowingly removing the stock 'GME' from its trading platform in the midst of an unprecedented stock thereby deprived retail investors."
Michael Ferrier's app has amateur remote viewers competing for cash, but it has another purpose: predicting stock prices and, eventually, creating a gig platform for psychics.
Phone sex got a whole new meaning.
“I use WeChat. My parents, my grandparents, aunts, uncles, extended family, all their friends in the Chinese community, they use it.”
The popular hookup app said it would delete its controversial ethnicity filter in support of Black Lives Matter, but still hasn't fulfilled its commitment.