House Republicans have invited "Diamond and Silk," two conservative video bloggers who were deemed "unsafe" by Facebook after becoming online sensations, to testify next week about allegations of conservative bias online. The hearing, set for Thursday before the House Judiciary Committee, comes as Republicans accuse Facebook, Google and Twitter of favoring the liberal points of view popular […]
The testimony caps off AT&T's defense of its $85 billion deal to acquire Time Warner in the government's landmark antitrust case to block the deal.
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We rode “leave them anywhere” shared scooters to figure out why cities from Washington to San Francisco are being strewn with them like refuse.
Time Warner's CEO alleges that the tech industry poses a greater threat to Time Warner's survival than AT&T and Time Warner pose to other TV providers.
Some of the apps in question included Disney’s “Where’s My Water?” Gameloft’s “Minion Rush” and Duolingo, the language learning app.
A group that advocates for healthy body images is promoting a petition to persuade companies such as Apple, Google and Amazon to remove or make the apps less appealing to children.
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Some analysts say its old formula for success — going for the high end of the market and tightly controlling its ecosystem — has let it down.
The Justice Department trial against AT&T-Time Warner could have profound effects on Randall Stephenson's legacy.
As companies plan to put up large constellations of satellites into orbit, there are concerns about the increasing possibility of collisions.
Jim Bridenstine, a conservative Republican from Oklahoma, could be confirmed as soon as this week.
Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder, is building an airplane that could “air launch” as many as three rockets and perhaps even a space shuttle.
Rumors are flying that Google is on the edge of releasing a major update to the Web version of Gmail.
To tech engineers and entrepreneurs, the congressional criticism against Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg felt like a referendum on the industry itself.
New reports show lawmakers' and President Trump's recent embrace of space forces may be justified.
AT&T's economist argues that consumers could end up with lower, not higher prices if the deal were to go through.
The European Parliament hopes to hear testimony from Zuckerberg in connection with the Cambridge Analytica controversy.
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Facebook's CEO repeated this fiction 45 times in his testimony. That’s like saying anyone can control a 747 because it has buttons and dials.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg returns to the Hill for a second day of questioning. Here's the transcript of the session.
‘Pressure building’ for Congress to act, but current political environment may splinter any bipartisan efforts.
Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday clashed with a second panel of congressional lawmakers who attacked the Facebook chief executive on a litany of issues, from user privacy to Russian propaganda and illegal opioid sales.