Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Alphabet reported the latest in a string of enormous quarterly profits on Thursday.
The right-wing commentator, whose page performs better than those of major news organizations, is perplexed by his social media success.
From Philadelphia to Sonoma County, Calif., election officials said they were working marathon hours to fight a flood of falsehoods.
As Americans vote amid a pandemic, misleading election information seems to be everywhere.
In an interview, Trey Parker, Matt Stone and their collaborator Peter Serafinowicz discuss the back story of “Sassy Justice,” their deepfake video that used images of President Trump and others.
Government officials warned that hackers were seeking to hold American hospitals’ data hostage in exchange for ransom payments.
In the final days of voting, election officials and cybersecurity experts are keeping a close eye on a range of possible ways foreign governments and other hackers could interfere.
Republican senators accused the leaders of Twitter, Facebook and Google of censorship. Democrats denounced that as posturing.
Lawmakers could debate an important law that affects speech on the internet. Or they could yell.
In their prepared remarks, the leaders of Facebook, Twitter and Google detailed why they supported Section 230.
Coinbase, Expensify, Soylent, Clubhouse and others are embroiled in a culture war over politics and the workplace.
The defacement lasted less than 30 minutes, and the hackers appeared to be looking to generate cryptocurrency.
Dubious stories about George Soros, Ukraine and vote-by-mail have spread widely on social media this year, and we may just be warming up.
Their animosity is likely to be on full display at a hearing on Wednesday with the leaders of Facebook, Google and Twitter.
On his new program, the former “Daily Show” host will “explore topics that are currently part of the national conversation and his advocacy work,” Apple said.
How two apps created new kinds of commerce in China, and what a cashless future might look like.
The deal would broaden AMD’s business into chips for markets like 5G communications and automotive electronics.
The incumbent governor and some of his allies argued, without showing any evidence, that there were voting irregularities and fraud.
The effort is meant to preemptively debunk some false and misleading information about the election.
Recent developments point to promise for driverless car technology, if we stay realistic.
The tech giant, which is preparing for a mega I.P.O., has transformed personal finance in China. Regulators have taken notice.
The tech giant’s coming share sale will be among the largest ever. But the company has made most of its impact in just one country: China.
The Alibaba online finance spinoff, which offers people in China a one-stop shop for loans, investments and more, will list shares in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
It wasn’t simple to become a do-it-all education tool almost overnight.
Platforms like Airbnb have been criticized for raising living costs in popular cities. Now, officials are trying to move properties aimed at tourists to long-term leases.
In a landmark antitrust complaint, the Justice Department is targeting a secretive partnership that is worth billions of dollars to both companies.
Since 2016, the Falun Gong-backed newspaper has used aggressive Facebook tactics and right-wing misinformation to create an anti-China, pro-Trump media empire.
Straight young men on the app are posting suggestive videos with their buddies. It’s not just about the views.
Google searches and Facebook posts about Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s son rose after President Trump’s misleading comments at Thursday’s debate.
The penalties were aimed at a Russian research center that developed tools used in a cyberattack on a Saudi petrochemical plant, which took out the safety controls used to prevent an explosion.
Stories about Pope Francis, separated children and 50 Cent’s Trump endorsement dominated engagement on social media this week.
The hacking group, Energetic Bear, is among Russia’s stealthiest. It appears to be casting a wide net to find useful targets ahead of the election, experts said.
In contrast, CNN and MSNBC gave more airtime to the Podesta cache four years ago, according to the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab.
American politicians are divided on almost everything. They agree on this: Big Tech must change.
A group that also includes Lyft and DoorDash has spent nearly $200 million to support a California proposition that could save them from a new labor law.
The ruling adds new urgency to a ballot measure in the state that would exempt the companies from a new labor law intended to give gig workers more employment rights.