Republican presidential candidate Mark Sanford thinks the march towards breaking up "Big Tech" is one that may not have a quick conclusion.
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins told FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo that carriers are focused on technology needed to build consumer networks.
Officials said the company broke securities laws.
Political campaigns are matching donor phone numbers with other third-party data to build portraits of their contributors, so they can be targeted with specific campaigns.
Wall Street is turning more bullish on Roku.
Mapp released the results of this year's Global Email Provider Report, with Gmail dominating the U.S. market.
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The site won't take down untrue ads or manufactured deep fakes, the former presidential candidate said.
Downloads of the game hit 100 million in the first week, with gross revenue totaling about $10 million globally.
Apple removes HK Map app from its store
PayPal has backed out of the Libra Association. Could other companies follow?
China pressuring Apple to remove a smartphone app that allows Hong Kong protesters to report on police activity.
One of the proposals would allow countries to tax digital companies based on sales, rather than physical presence.
Fitbit says production of trackers and smartwatches will be done outside of China beginning in January 2020.
Oracle hiring 2,000 new employees for the cloud
The US blacklisting some Chinese tech companies for repressing Muslims.
Neighborly's original focus was selling municipal bonds in smaller increments than the typical $5,000 lots, which would make it easier for residents to invest in their own communities.
U.S. and European regulators are at odds over a 737 Max fix.
The tech giant became the third U.S. company to hit a $1 trillion market cap.
First vaping death reported in Massachusetts