U.S. confirms it is looking into whether Apple, Google, Facebook and Amazon are engaging in anti-competitive behavior.
Officials, experts and others talk about how technology might help in forecasting, prediction and prevention of wildfires after the state’s record-breaking season.
Tech giants are removing the live-streamed video of the shooting, as well as related content such as links to a right-wing manifesto by one of the suspects.
Accusing David Pecker, a friend of President Trump, of using his media company for political purposes, Amazon's Jeff Bezos publishes threats to make intimate photos public.
Government employees affected by the shutdown can get interest-free advances of up to $500 each from PayPal, which is committing $25 million to the effort.
Because it faces outsize liability costs and lawsuits over the wildfires, PG&E said filing for bankruptcy protection is best way for it to continue to deliver services to its millions...
A new study about fake news during the 2016 election shows who was most likely to share it on Facebook: seniors and conservatives.
The hard-fought bill is meant to fill the void left by the repeal of the Obama-era federal regulations, which prohibited ISPs from engaging in blocking, throttling or discriminating against online traffic.
Instagram co-founder and CEO Kevin Systrom announced the split in a statement Monday evening.
It's tough for other accusers -- or anyone -- to scrub their online presence so they can try to protect themselves before they come forward.