Both of Georgia’s Senate seats are up for grabs in the Jan. 5 vote.
The IRS is sending inaccurate letters to cryptocurrency traders saying they owe thousands of dollars in taxes due to discrepancies with tax forms.
Netflix plans to establish one of the largest production hubs in North America with an expansion of its existing studio complex in New Mexico and a commitment to an additional $1 billion in production spending, government and corporate leaders announced Monday.
As the holiday season approaches, more than half of young Americans are turning to video games for gift ideas, a new survey suggests.
A Canadian police officer involved in the arrest of Huawei Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou two years ago in a U.S. extradition case testified on Monday he did not plan to obtain her mobile phone passcodes or search her electronic devices.
The company said it would give about $1 million every day throughout the remainder of 2020 to users whose snaps make it to the top of the platform.
A sealed copy of Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. 3 has become the most expensive video game ever sold, selling for a whopping $156,000 at auction on Friday.
For years, high-talent tech workers have been drawn to Silicon Valley, willing to put up with exorbitant housing prices and long commutes to benefit from the skill and experience of their colleagues, and the largess of employers and investors.
Revenue has plunged at both Booking Holdings Inc. and Expedia Group Inc. this year.
The government is accusing Google of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in a lawsuit that is the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.
Apple Inc. AAPL 0.52% has agreed to a $113 million settlement with more than 30 states that accused the iPhone maker of concealing issues with batteries by throttling phone performance with a software update in 2016.
State and federal lawmakers could file antitrust lawsuits against Facebook over its purchases of Instagram and WhatsApp, according to a new report.
Among the possible changes: innovation in video communications that will allow people to use avatars to have one-on-one conversations during group calls; the increased use of artificial intelligence, which could both help and hurt employee engagement; and technological improvements that can help organizations enhance workplace safety.
The direct-to-consumer business jumped 67%, helping to make up for weaknesses at retail partners
Nvidia Corp shares declined nearly 3% on Wednesday after company executives said data center chip sales would fall slightly in the fourth quarter.
A Chinese national who was employed for 10 years by Raytheon Missiles and Defense in Arizona will spend more than three years in federal prison for handing over sensitive military-related technology to China, prosecutors announced on Tuesday.
Tech titan Keith Rabois announced this week he is leaving California's Silicon Valley and moving to the Floridian metropolis of Miami.
More than two years after he called Google and Facebook a "menace to society," billionaire investor George Soros is lamenting an investment in data-analytics company Palantir, co-founded by Peter Thiel.
Apple announced on Wednesday that it is slicing its App Store commission fee from 30% to 15% for small developers as the tech giant faces a new lawsuit from Fortnite video-game maker Epic Games.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Tuesday pressed Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on a newly revealed whistleblower complaint alleging that Facebook employees coordinate with Twitter and Google employees to make certain content moderation decisions.