Technology

Thousands of Disney+ user accounts have been stolen by hackers and put up for sale on the dark web, according to multiple reports.

Family-friendly flicks like “Elf,” “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” and “Frosty the Snowman” won’t appear on popular platforms like Netflix, Disney+ or Amazon Prime Video this holiday season.

D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine brought charges against DoorDash Tuesday, accusing the company of pocketing tips meant for workers and misleading customers about where their money was going.

As pressure mounts on Big Tech companies to address the spread of misinformation, Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said Monday that his company fact-checks all political advertising.

WeWork is preparing to cut at least 4,000 jobs in a bid to achieve financial stability and those layoffs could be announced as early as this week, the New York Times reported.

T-Mobile President and COO Mike Sievert will succeed John Legere as CEO on May 1, 2020, the company announced Monday.

Julia Boorstin reports on how media companies are looking to battle back against the cord cutting and streaming industry.

Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire investor Mark Cuban believes Amazon founder Jeff Bezos would be “good” for the National Football League as an owner.

Apple said Friday it will ban vaping-related apps from its App Store and has removed all 181 vaping-related currently available. The move comes amid reports of thousands of vaping-related illnesses and 42 vaping-related deaths.

Steve Liesman has a special report for us about how IBM is using big data to make bigger improvements to weather forecasting.

Apple CEO Tim Cook is about to take a victory lap, and President Donald Trump will be following along.

Frank Holland reports on how the American trucking industry is moving into a digital future.

Josh Lipton gives us a breakdown on Cisco’s latest earnings quarterly report which saw a weak revenue guidance.

Apple has started to make its products thicker in an effort to give people what they want: functionality over form. This is a good thing. There are two recent examples: this year’s iPhones and the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.