Bill Gates takes on Elizabeth Warren over her tax policy. The billionaire is questioning the 2020 hopeful’s stance that billionaires should not exist at all.
Amazon facing push-back from Democratic candidates for PAC donation; Dan Springer reports.
Watch 'The Daily Briefing' on Friday, October 18 at 2 p.m. ET for Dana Perino's interview with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Tech giant Microsoft did not identify the presidential campaign targeted by Iran-linked hackers, over privacy concerns; Trey Yingst reports.
Acting CBP commissioner Mark Morgan on diverting military funds to build the wall.
Youtube was collecting children's data without parental consent; Fox Biz Flash: 9/4.
Thanks to VR technology, you can hit the gym without ever leaving your home.
Facebook board member Peter Thiel says Google has worked with both the U.S. military and the Chinese military.
Silicon Valley investor and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel slams Google's 'unprecedented' move to work on artificial intelligence technology in China.
A republican engineer who was fired by Google is slamming the tech giant over allegations of ‘bullying’ of conservatives, according to a report.
Katy Perry, Leonardo DiCaprio and more attended a Google summit on climate change in private jets and mega yachts.
Acting DHS Secretary Kevin McAleenan weighs in on the significance of SCOTUS ruling to allow the allocation of Pentagon funds to build the wall along the southern border.
Facebook board member Peter Thiel on the need for the FBI and CIA to investigate Google on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will keep 75 percent of the Amazon stock he and his now ex-wife MacKenzie own, as part of the settlement agreement she disclosed on Thursday.
Facebook announced Wednesday that it will be banning and removing white nationalism and white separatism from its platforms, including Instagram.
Apple may launch two new services on Monday, March 25. Reportedly, the tech company will announce its video streaming service and a new subscription service for magazines and newspapers.
A new report by Business Insider looked into Facebook's security practices, specifically CEO Mark Zuckerberg and how far he is willing to take his privacy and safety. According to the report, Zuckerberg reportedly has a 'panic chute' in one of Facebook's giant conference rooms. The 'chute' allows his team to evacuate him down and get him out of the office in a hurry.
Google could face a backlash over privacy after admitting that Nest users were not told about the existence of a microphone on their devices.
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.