TikTok also faces a federal class-action lawsuit over alleged misuse of U.S. user data.
Whether or not you have a million-dollar smile, your face might be able to help you spend some cash.
The NCAA said last fall it would begin to allow student-athletes to earn money from their names, images and likenesses
Facebook Inc said on Friday that Apple Inc had declined its request to waive a 30% commission fee the iPhone maker charges apps listed on iOS devices, taking a shot at its fellow Big Tech peer as developers challenge the policy.
The computer scientist credited with inventing the pixel -- the digital dots that have been used to display photos, videos and more on phones and computer screens over the past few decades – has died this week at the age of 91.
A California appeals court ruled Thursday that tech giant Amazon is legally liable for defective products sold on its site by third parties.
Hong Kong authorities will have to use a new system to obtain information from Google through the U.S. Justice Department's Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty, according to the Post.
Pinterest workers are staging a virtual walkout after former COO Françoise Brougher filed a lawsuit on Tuesday accusing the company of gender discrimination.
The robots aren't replacing any humans, but they do help ease hotel guests' concerns in the middle of coronavirus.
News of the pilot program comes just over a month after Airbnb launched a similar initiative in the U.S.
Some businesses that get heavy funding from China are worried about Trump's WeChat ban, saying it is a crucial communication tool.
San Francisco’s district attorney on Wednesday filed a preliminary injunction against food delivery firm DoorDash to reclassify its contractors as employees, days after a judge granted a similar request in a case against ride-hailing firms Uber and Lyft.
Major tech companies have been regularly meeting with government partners.
Cisco Systems Inc laid out a restructuring plan, as the coronavirus crisis forced its clients to hold back spending.
Apple has yet to even release the iPhone 12.
The Trump administration has filed a motion asking a court to dismiss a lawsuit against the president’s executive order targeting social media companies, calling it a “profound misunderstanding,” according to a copy of the motion seen by Reuters.
Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts announced Wednesday that the state would block TikTok from all of its electronic devices due to security concerns.
A surge in day trading has Robinhood rolling out the red carpet for job seekers.
Lyft had 8.7 million active riders during the three months ending in July, a 60 percent decline compared to the same period one year ago.
The country's biggest tech companies are condemning the Trump administration's decision to suspend temporary worker visas amid COVID-19.