Partisan antics aside, lawmakers on the antitrust subcommittee dished out some serious, probing questions to the CEOs of Amazon, Google, Facebook, and Apple.
Here’s a look at how Mark Zuckerberg plotted the Instagram acquisition. Plus: Inside Amazon’s plan to take down Diapers.com.
On the heels of another profitable quarter, despite a coronavirus-induced shutdown of its California plant, the electric-auto maker announced its fourth factory.
Last year, Apple announced a special device just for hackers. The phone—for approved researchers only—will soon go into circulation.
An unprecedented “security incident” has rocked Twitter—and scammers are making off with huge amounts of bitcoin.
The schadenfreude of seeing the company stumble is the kind of relief people need right now.
In a meeting and an unusual report, activist groups that instigated an ad boycott of the social media company say it has not responded adequately to criticism.
As China exerts more power over the city, companies like Facebook and Google have stopped handing over data—for now.
The malware known as ThiefQuest or EvilQuest also has spyware capabilities that allow it to grab passwords and credit card numbers.
Since the city overhauled its force in 2012, reported crimes fell, but electronic surveillance increased. Some community activists are unhappy.