The company will fill 30 floors and three buildings.
Your toddler's favorite song will be live on stage in six U.S. cities next year.
The iPhone maker is reportedly considering a single subscription package for its Apple TV+, Apple Music and News+ services as soon as 2020.
New research shows a link between heavy Facebook use and lower grades.
Despite facing technical issues hours after its debut, Disney Plus topped more than 10 million signups on its first day of launch, far exceeding expectations.
Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer sent a letter to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy asking about potential national security risks posed by the social media platform.
More Americans are getting their news via social media, but they can't necessarily tell what's true.
Cameo is a service that lets fans pay celebrities for personalized videos.
Family and friends of a former Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia call him a dedicated husband and father who has overcome recent mental health struggles, according to letters of support filed to federal court.
The desert-dwelling was once owned by LSD advocate Timothy Leary.
The room-sharing platform says it will also cover counseling bills for families.
Facebook has faced the most scrutiny for its role in spreading false information ahead of the Brexit vote
The meeting between Brown and NFL investigators was expected to take place on Nov. 14, the NFL Network reported, citing sources familiar with the matter. The league has had an active investigation into Brown since September, when his former personal trainer filed a civil lawsuit accusing the NFL star of sexual assault during three encounters in June 2017 and May 2018.
The Heritage Foundation's senior fellow for technology Klon Kitchen shares his thoughts on former Twitter employees being charged with spying for Saudi Arabia.
FOX Business' David Asman, FoxNews.com columnist Liz Peek, Capitalist Pig founder Jonathan Hoenig and River Twice Capital president Zachary Karabell discuss the dangers of exposing questionable and private information on social media accounts after former Twitter employees were charged in a plot to provide the Saudi government with user information.
Bone Fide Wealth, LLC president Douglas Boneparth provides his perspective on 'offense' versus 'defense' stocks, ranging from Twitter and Microsoft to Starbucks and McDonald's.
The complaint marks the first time that the kingdom, long linked to the U.S. through its massive oil reserves and regional security arrangements, has been accused of spying in America.
FOX Business’ Jackie DeAngelis has the latest on former Twitter employees accused of taking Saudi money to illegally snoop on 6,000 Twitter accounts.
The beauty mogul and social media queen opened up about the new feature the photo-sharing service is testing.
U.S. tech giants have faced mounting pressure to crack down on misinformation on their platforms ahead of the 2020 election cycle.