Any Beshear, the governor of Kentucky announced a $203 million investment in expanding the states broadband services. This comes in part of an effort to close Kentucky's digital divide.
An Australian court ordered Google to pay a former lawmaker $515,000 over its failure to remove defamatory YouTube videos that drove him out of politics.
Spring break goers on Miami Beach spoke to Fox News to clarify how cryptocurrency works
Laura Spears bought her ticket through her Michigan Lottery account and almost missed the email informing her that she won after it went to her spam folder.
A Moscow court on Friday slapped Google with a nearly $100 million fine and also fined Facebook’s parent company Meta $27 million over their failure to delete content banned by local law, as Russia seeks to step up pressure on technology giants.
Doug Madory, with network intelligence firm Kentik, warned that “it is really hard to completely remove the possibility of an outage” even though cloud providers take an “enormous amount of steps to try and ensure resiliency.”
Shawn Slusser, Infineon Technologies Senior Vice President, told FOX Business it’s an “exciting” but “stressful time” for the semiconductor plant amid a chip shortage affecting companies around the world.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Sunday that his state “will be the home of semiconductor manufacturing going forward” as the chip shortage has been affecting companies around the globe.
A whopping 20% of US Facebook users have seen content that discourages or interferes with them participating in elections, according to a 2019 survey of 3,000 users.
Micron Technology Inc. shares tumbled to a 10.5-month low Tuesday after a report said prices for DRAM memory chips will fall next year as supply is set to outstrip demand.
A group of 21 former and current Blue Origin employees have penned an essay arguing Jeff Bezos' aerospace company is "stuck in a toxic past."
Micron Technology Inc. shares were under modest pressure Wednesday after the chipmaker issued disappointing guidance due to weaker demand from customers.
Miami Mayor Francis Suarez explained on Monday that MiamiCoin, a city-specific cryptocurrency, is a model that could “revolutionize the way governments are funded in the future.”
Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., compared Big Tech to Big Tobacco following a report showing Facebook is aware of Instagram’s negative impact on teenagers’ mental health.
Parler CEO George Farmer slammed social media on Wednesday for giving “free rein” to Middle East terrorist groups, saying on Wednesday that he has no qualms about banning the Taliban from his platform.
Matt Hougan, chief investment officer at Bitwise Asset Management, argued that “positive” regulation for the cryptocurrency industry could start the next bull market.
The Biden administration has been “flagging” content for Facebook to remove.
From restaurant menus to grocery store aisles, food prices are climbing, and the outlook for rising prices and looming droughts means this problem won’t go away anytime soon.
MicroStrategy Inc. said Monday that it owns more than 105,000 bitcoins after spending $489 million on 13,005 additional tokens.
An outage at Fastly on Tuesday morning resulted in a number of top websites going offline.