Sens. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., on Thursday unveiled a bill blocking Big Tech companies from promoting their own products over others.
Microsoft said it would shut the Chinese version of LinkedIn after facing challenging internet regulations from the Chinese government
Apple is studying ways to make AirPods into a health device, including enhancing hearing, reading body temperature and monitoring posture
The controversy over what Facebook Inc. has said about social and emotional hazards stemming from its products could become a test of regulators’ growing interest in policing corporate risks that hurt reputations more than profits.
Facebook took down, then reinstated a page run by parents critical of school COVID policies but never explained its actions to the administrators, Jonathan Zacherson, founder of “Reopen California Schools” told Fox Business.
Months before Cristiano Amon started as CEO of Qualcomm Inc., QCOM -1.01% he already was at work on his first crisis. To solve it, he sat in a mostly empty meeting room in Taipei and pleaded with executives from one of the world’s biggest semiconductor makers for more chips.
Singapore's legislature approved a bill that targets foreign influence campaigns by giving the country’s government new powers over internet content, despite criticism that officials could use them to stifle dissent.
The pandemic-fueled growth in the adoption of software robots designed to ease routine office work is making one task a lot easier for chief information officers: selling the idea to their corporate bosses.
A Justice Department-led panel is investigating Zoom Video Communications Inc.’s deal to buy an American customer-service software company, citing potential national-security risks posed by the U.S. videoconferencing giant’s China ties.
In the latest move to curb screen time for younger Chinese users, ByteDance Ltd., the maker of the hit short-video mobile app TikTok, said that it would restrict access to Douyin, the Chinese version of the app, to 40 minutes a day for users under 14 years old.
Three former intelligence employees agreed with the The U.S. Department of Justice to pay $1.68 million for offering hacking services to a United Arab Emirates company.
Pagaya Technologies Ltd. is close to an agreement to go public through a merger with a special-purpose acquisition company that would value the financial-technology startup at about $9 billion, said people familiar with the matter.
Mark Zuckerberg has publicly said Facebook Inc. allows its more than three billion users to speak on equal footing with the elites of politics, culture, and journalism, and that its standards of behavior apply to everyone, but newly revealed documents contradict that promise.
The newest iPhones—set to be showcased at Apple’s annual September event, which will be livestreamed—are expected to be more evolutionary than revolutionary.
Salesforce, an American cloud-based software company headquartered in San Francisco, is offering to help employees who have concerns about access to "reproductive healthcare" to move out of Texas in light of the state’s new law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected around six weeks.
Technology companies that led the charge into remote work as the pandemic unfurled are confronting a new challenge: how, when and even whether they should bring long-isolated employees back to offices that have been designed for teamwork.
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) plans to take a more proactive approach to determine what types of content violate its cloud service policies, such as rules against promoting violence, and enforce its removal, according to two sources, a move likely to renew debate about how much power tech companies should have to restrict free speech.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to receive an estimated $750 million payout as part of a 10-year deal he received in 2011 after the late Steve Jobs, Apple's co-founder, stepped down from the position.
Airbnb is allowing anyone around the world to host refugees from Afghanistan through the vacation rental platform rather than just regular hosts.
President Biden on Wednesday called on the private tech sector to “raise the bar on cybersecurity” in the United States.