Amazon takes on the music industry

(NEW YORK) -- Amazon is said to be taking on Spotify and Pandora.

According to reports, the online retail giant plans to launch a free music service exclusively for its Echo devices.

Music is currently available through the Ama... Read More

American Airlines to keep entire fleet of 737 Max jets grounded until mid-August

(SEATTLE) -- In an effort to plan for the busy summer travel season, all of American Airlines' 737 Max planes will remain grounded through at least Aug. 19, though American may put the jets back in the air in the event of a recertification, according... Read More

If you haven't filed your tax returns yet, here are your options

(NEW YORK) -- If you're one of the 50 million American taxpayers who have yet to file their tax returns, you still have a few options.

Unless you live in Maine or Massachusetts, Monday is the deadline to file an individual tax return and p... Read More

Facebook's Oculus ships VR controllers with creepy hidden messages: 'Big Brother is Watching'

(NEW YORK) -- Tens of thousands of Oculus Touch controllers are delivering a little bit more than virtual reality.

The handheld devices from the Facebook-owned VR company are being shipped to consumers with hidden messages inside the controlle... Read More

Designer makes history with the world's most expensive car

(GENEVA) --  French hypercar maker Bugatti may have turned 110 years old this year, but it's still making history.

Bugatti unveiled the "La Voiture Noire" (The Black Car) in March at the Geneva Motor Show, a one-of-a-kind vehicle that was... Read More

Tesla Model 3 will come standard with autopilot, online sales to stop

(NEW YORK) --  Tesla has changed its mind on the Model 3 again.

The company is ending online sales of the long-promised $35,000 base Model 3, expanding its autopilot feature to all trim levels of the vehicle and introducing a leasing opti... Read More

'Trivago guy' actor Tim Williams charged with driving while intoxicated: Authorities

(NEW YORK) -- Actor Tim Williams, whose lengthy acting career began its peak streak in 2013 when he was cast in a popular series of ads for the German-based discount travel website Trivago.com, was arrested in Houston and charged with driving while i... Read More

Alexa is always listening -- and so are Amazon workers

(NEW YORK) -- It's not just Alexa listening when you talk to her.

Sometimes there's Amazon workers tuning in as well, the company confirmed on Thursday.

Amazon workers around the world listen in to help make its artificial inte... Read More

Disney unveils Disney Plus streaming service

(BURBANK, Calif.) -- During a presentation for investors Thursday, the Walt Disney Company's top leaders, including CEO Bob Iger, gave the world a first look at their new streaming service: Disney Plus.

One thing that immediately sets thi... Read More

Thousands of Amazon employees call on CEO to tackle climate change

(SEATTLE) -- More than 5,000 Amazon workers called on founder and CEO Jeff Bezos to tackle climate change in the latest example of tech workers rallying to change company policies from within.

Within a day of posting an open letter to Bezo... Read More

Mary-Kate and Ashley's clothing line is partnering with Kohl's

(NEW YORK) --  Elizabeth and James, a fashion-forward line founded by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, will now be available at omnichannel retailer Kohl's.

On Wednesday, the new partnership was announced and will officially roll out durin... Read More

Rescue dogs star in sweet photo shoot to get adopted for National Pet Day

(NEW YORK) -- In honor of National Pet Day on April 11, pet food company "I and Love and You" teamed up with several pet rescues to help... Read More

AMI puts "National Enquirer" up for sale

(NEW YORK) -- American Media Inc. announced Wednesday that it plans to sell the National Enquirer along with two other tabloids.

The New York City-based publishing company said in a statement its board had concluded a months-long ... Read More

Twitter explodes over Gillette's posting of plus-size model photo

(NEW YORK) -- A heated debate broke out on Twitter after the razor company, Gillette Venus, posted a photo of a plus-size, bikini-clad model at the beach.

With the caption "Go out there and slay the day," the photo may seem like any other ... Read More