Amazon has announced that after opposition from local New York officials, it is dropping plans to move their HQ2 operation to Long Island City.
Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai announced a major investment in U.S. data centers and offices, which will include locations in Nebraska, Georgia, Texas and Ohio, among others.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed Amazon for what she characterized as 'bias' in the tech giant's facial detection technology. In a tweet, Ocasio-Cortez referenced a study conducted by researchers from MIT and the University of Toronto, that found Amazon's technology labeled darker-skinned women as men 31 percent of the time. Lighter-skinned women were misidentified 7 percent of the time.
Meet Scout, Amazon's new delivery robot that is aiming to help solve the last-mile problem.
The Microsoft co-founder and co-chair of the Gates Foundation joins Chris Wallace on 'Fox News Sunday.'
The CEO of HQ Trivia and co-founder of Vine was found dead in his SOHO apartment. The cause of death is an apparent drug overdose.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai's hearing highlights as lawmakers from both sides of the aisle bring up political bias in Google searches and algorithms.
Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has died at the age of 65 due to cancer complications.
Facebook said it discovered a security breach that affects nearly 50 million user accounts. According to the company hackers exploited the 'View As' feature on the service and steps are being taken to fix the security problem.
Apple has finally unveiled its new iPhone XS Max along with a new Apple Watch.
Apple has become the first U.S. company to reach a $1 trillion market capitalization, with shares climbing above the $207 price point.
Facebook discovered a new ongoing political campaign reportedly aimed to influence the midterm elections. The company removed dozens of fake accounts and cites Russia could be behind the fraudulent pages.
General Data Protection Regulation will impact the way personal data is manages across the globe. What does it mean and how does it affect you?
In 2004, 19-year-old Mark Zuckerberg launched “thefacebook.com" as a Harvard sophomore. Now, almost 14 years later, Facebook.com is one of the biggest websites in the world. From how much the conglomerate makes off of you in a year to when the highest traffic occurs, here’s a look at some facts and stats on Facebook.com.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg apologizes for Cambridge Analytica scandal, says the social network is taking 'strong action' to get ahead of the problem.
238 women who worked in U.S.-based technical jobs for Microsoft are suing the company for systematically denying pay raises or promotions to women.
A group of tech experts who used to work at companies like Facebook and Google are forming a coalition to fight tech addiction. The organization, called the Center for Humane Technology, will raise awareness about the negative effects of technology on kids and try to help engineers make products healthier.
Amazon is on the hunt for its second headquarters in North America and with 50,000 thousand jobs on the line, cities are trying to woo the ecommerce giant. From orange monuments to social media campaigns, here’s a roundup of the most creative and craziest ways cities submitted their bid.
Apple Park is officially open in time for the launch of its new iPhone X. Envisioned by late Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs, the $5 billion, 175-acre corporate headquarters houses 12,000 employees, visitor center, café, Apple store and Steve Jobs Theater.