Amazon is taking legal action against four companies that allegedly sell fake four and five-star reviews that appear alongside products on its site, a practice the c-commerce giant says tarnishes its brand.
Austrian law school graduate and privacy campaigner Max Schrems filed a class-action lawsuit against Facebook, arguing the social network violated EU privacy laws. The case is currently being heard in Europe's highest court.
Activision has released a teaser for Black Ops 3. It doesn't show much, but does provide a date when we can expect to learn more about the Treyarch-produced shooter, the latest entry in the Call of Duty franchise.
In a recent interview, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer reconfirmed the brand’s plans to create a crossover. He also said the automaker will add two platforms and revamp its sports car lineup with Daimler technology over the next six years.
Lexus has organized several of its F performance cars for a demonstration of car control at Fuji Speedway. Each F car has upwards of 470 horsepower on tap and are carefully maneuvered in a breathtaking dance.
According to a report, Samsung is expecting a shortage of Galaxy S6 Edge units as it grapples with manufacturing issues due to the device's curved display. Samsung is working to curb the issues as much as possible.
Google's long-neglected photo editing app, Snapseed, has finally received some much-needed attention. It's gaining great new tools on Android and iOS. The photo editing app is now more full-featured and offers non-destructive edits.