The largest consumer electronics chain is reportedly cutting hundreds of jobs in home-entertainment as online shopper grows.
According to a new report from the Pew Research Center, the popularity of social media giant Facebook has fallen among teens, while TikTok's has skyrocketed.
Twitter pledged that it would continue to fight election misinformation ahead of the 2022 midterms, enforcing its Civic Integrity Policy and other practices.
Alexis Ohanian is the co-founder of Reddit and husband to professional tennis star Serena Williams who recently announced her retirement.
The beaten-down stock averages are dusting themselves off with the Nasdaq Composite entering a fresh bull market, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average exited its recent correction.
Paris Hilton and The Sandbox have created a virtual gathering space where fans can socialize and purchase digital merchandise online in the metaverse.
China put out a statement Wednesday that the U.S. is threatening the Chinese economy with the CHIPS and Science Act, which promises $52 billion in grants to U.S. semiconductor producers.
Snapchat released a new parental control tool in its app called Family Center that gives parents a way to monitor who their kids are communicating with.
After suffering multiple major hacks recently, blockchain bridges, which enable coins to move between different ecosystems, have come under heavy scrutiny.
Betr founder and president Jake Paul and CEO Joey Levy discuss their new micro-betting sportsbook which looks to combine real-time plays with social media engagement.
Micron's $40 billion investment is possible with the help of the CHIPS and Science Act, which includes $52.7 billion for American semiconductor financing.
On Monday, Pfizer and Valneva announced they will enlist 6,000 participants for a late-stage clinical trial of a Lyme disease vaccine.
Social media company Snap Inc. is in the process of planning employee layoffs, according to a new report. The company declined to comment on the matter.
Oracle co-founder Larry Ellison was subpoenaed by Twitter as the company attempts to force Elon Musk to follow through with his $44 billion purchase.
Qualcomm and GlobalFoundries signed an agreement this week to more than double their chip manufacturing as the U.S. Senate approves $52 billion in chip manufacturing subsidies.
SoftBank's record quarterly loss reflects the fall in technology shares around the world, sparked by interest rate increases and China's crackdown on tech firms.
Digital World Acquisition Corp. announced Friday a special shareholder meeting to approve an extension to the cut-off date to complete its merger with Truth Social.
Jack Dorsey responded to a news segment on the Chinese government's approach to COVID-19 restrictions, saying on Twitter: “End the CCP."
With orbital debris packing the near-Earth space environment, the Federal Communications Commission voted to revise space rules that were "built for another era."
A number of layoffs were announced this week, led by Walmart, Oracle and Robinhood as inflation takes a toll despite a stronger-than-expected jobs report.