Amazon has reportedly laid off "dozens" of engineers that worked on its failed Fire phone, suggesting that the handset's future could be in doubt. However, despite the shake-up, the company is said to be pushing ahead with work on a range of other devices.
Google's Map Maker tool for improving Maps was taken offline earlier this year following the infamous "peeing Android" incident. On Tuesday the Web company relaunched the editing tool, complete with anti-prank safeguards.
From today, gaming fans can check out YouTube Gaming, the company's much anticipated Twitch-like streaming service that promises 25,000 pages for various game titles, live streams, archived gameplay footage, and more.
As the fallout continues in the wake of the Ashley Madison hack, the company behind the website, Avid Life Media, has announced a $380,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of those involved.
Following John Oliver's impassioned Last Week Tonight segment on the issue, the IRS is facing significant criticism and pressure to conduct a more thorough investigation of televangelists and their use of tax-exempt donations.
The UK recently ordered Google to remove nine links that presently direct viewers to current news stories that concern older reports that have been struck from search results, as per the controversial "right to be forgotten" rule.