In a recent article, theWashington Post outlines how deeply ingrained Facebook has become to parts of people's everyday lives, even if they don't actively use the platform.
According to recent reports, countries such as South Korea are considering altering their laws to force tech giants Apple and Google to allow third-party payment systems in their app stores.
Porn site OnlyFans has reportedly reversed course on its plans to ban pornography on its platform less than a week after the subscription site announced plans to ban sexually explicit content alleging pressure from banking partners.
A number of Apple workers have announced a new campaign to improve working conditions at the tech giant, claiming that employees suffer from issues including, racism, sexism, discrimination, and intimidation.
Tech and e-commerce giant Amazon reportedly plans to open multiple large physical stores across the United States that will operate similarly to department stores. Amazon is already the largest seller of clothing in the United States.
Multiple leftist foundations have come together to criticize social media giant Facebook for its recent banning of the accounts of New York University researchers investigating advertising and disinformation on the platform.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a human-like robot called the Tesla Bot this week. The robot will reportedly be powered by the same AI being utilized by Tesla's autonomous vehicles.
The Federal Trade Commission has reportedly filed another antitrust complaint against Facebook, alleging that the social media giant is an illegal monopoly. A federal judged dismissed the agency's previous complaint against Mark Zuckerberg and the Masters of the Universe.
On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Deputy National Security Adviser Jonathan Finer said that a State Department cable that was first reportedon byThe Wall Street Journal warning about a rapid collapse of Afghanistan’s government after the withdrawal of U.S.
According to a recent report, tech giant Apple has begun censoring certain words and phrases from being engraved on their products in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Jeff Bezos' space exploration company Blue Origin has reportedly filed a lawsuit against NASA over its handling of the Human Landing System Program to return Americans to the moon, a contract that was awarded to Elon Musk's SpaceX.
A recent report from theNew York Times outlines the experience of a Tesla owner who survived a crash involving the vehicle's Autopilot system. Although the Tesla owner lived to tell his story, a 22-year-old college student was killed in the crash, which the Timesdescribes as the Tesla system
Hundreds of civilians in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, took the streets on Wednesday to protest the replacement of the national flag in public spaces with the emblem of the Taliban, prompting Taliban jihadists to open fire into the crowd.
Facebook has banned official Taliban accounts and any content promoting the terrorist group from all of its platforms including Instagram, and WhatsApp. A Facebook spokesperson said:“The Taliban is sanctioned as a terrorist organization under U.S.
Ballots in the recall election of California Governor Gavin Newsom have begun to arrive at the homes of registered voters in California, asking two simple questions: should Newsom be recalled and removed; and, if so, who should replace him?
Twitter has paused its verification system after mistakenly verifying a number of fake accounts. At the same time the platform was giving bots the coveted blue checkmark of verification, conservatives facing fake copycats were not granted the same privilege.
Microsoft founder Bill Gates has reportedly pledged $1.5 billion towards climate change initiatives as part of the Democrat's infrastructure bill. The announcement comes just days after Gates and his billionaire friends announced a plan to tear apart Greenland in search of pricey minerals.
The social media giant Facebook has delayed the return of its U.S. employees to company offices until January 2022.
Three Australian lifestyle content publishers have reportedly accused social media giant Facebook of using their articles on its news service after refusing to negotiate licensing deals.
Tesla has reportedly delayed the release of its Cybertruck electric pickup until 2022. The odd-looking truck is just one of several Tesla models that have been delayed into next year.
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