Yahoo is making it harder for users to leave by disabling email forwarding

Concerned by Yahoo's historic data breach that affected some 500 million user accounts? Did you want to do something about it? Well, "too bad" appears to be the message Yahoo is sending to its users.

Skype Translator now supports Russian, its ninth language

You might not be a polyglot, but in the 21st century, the language barrier is barely a barrier. And now, assisting in our communication efforts is Skype, which announced Tuesday that it has added Russian to its Skype Translator.

Forget chatbots: Blend adds ‘Genies’ to amplify your conversations

Blend has just released its own take on chatbots. They're called Genies -- you can add Genies ranging from ESPN, Fitbit, The New York Times, to celebrity Genies like Kanye West, and Drake.

Never forget to buy detergent again: GE's connected dishwasher will do it for you

GE Appliances now offers "connected dishwashers," which integrate with Amazon Dash so you'll always have detergent for your washing machine. Because you're obviously not doing them by hand.

Downloaders beware! Hackers just released StrongPity, a fake file-compression tool

Kaspersky Lab discovered malware called StrongPity posing as legitimate WinRAR and TrueCrypt program installers, providing hackers will full access to the victim's PC. Hackers can grab hard drive content and install additional modules too.

Tired of Chrome eating up your RAM? Google finally plans to fix it

Google is making some significant under-the-hood improvements to its Chrome browser, improving the Javascript V8 engine, and garbage collection, for more efficient RAM usage.

Turkey blocks document sharing sites to stem incriminating email leak

Over the weekend, Turkey's government censored Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive after anti-government hackers leaked controversial emails about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his son-in-law, Berat Albayrak.

Photo-sharing site Panoramio falls off the map, discontinued in favor of Google Maps

The photo sharing platform based on geo-tagging will be closing it's doors in favor of new Google Maps photo sharing features. The 11-year-old Panoramio closes Nov. 4, with users encouraged to try the Local Guides Google Maps photo sharing…
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If your stomach voted this November, would it vote for Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?

DoorDash crunched delivery data from millions of orders on the alleged food favorites of Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to determine who would win if we voted with our stomachs.

Amazon alerts some users of password change following email leak

Amazon customer? You might've received an email yesterday from the online retail giant about a change to your account settings -- specifically, your password. Amazon believed some user accounts might have been compromised.

Airbnb is helping Hurricane Matthew evacuees with free housing

Airbnb activated its disaster response program, which involves the availability of more than 3,000 rental homes and apartments throughout Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina completely free of charge for Hurricane Matthew evacuees.

More warehouses, faster delivery keys to Walmart's plan to overtake Amazon

Walmart has its sights set on building online sales and to be the largest web-based retailer. The current focus is adding giant warehouses with robotic technology to speed inventory handing and shipping.