The RAND report is commissioned by Air Force special ops to identify Russian disinformation on Facebook and other digital platforms.
Apple said an anti-vaxx app called Unjected breached its App Store rules. Unjected's owners fought back, saying the decision was 'censorship.'
Amazon, Google, Apple and Microsoft all reported record-breaking profits but recent Biden administration moves suggest US techâs easy ride is over
Some have been used in hospitals, despite not being properly tested. But the pandemic could help make medical AI better.
'Dallas-based Texas Instruments' latest generation of calculators is getting a modern-day update with the addition of programming language Python,' reports the Dallas Morning News: The goal is to expand students' ability to explore science, technology, engineering and math through the device that's...
The majority of LinkedIn’s 16,000 employees will be allowed to work remotely full time, the company said Thursday, in a reversal of its previous policy.
Digital giant issues strike after channel posted videos denying the existence of disease and encouraging people to use discredited medication
Apple has removed an app called “Unjected” from the App Store for violating its guidelines around COVID-19 and misinformation, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The app, which billed itself as a place for “like-minded people that support medical autonomy and free speech,” was available in the App Store until Bloomberg reached out of
More about the troubling culture at the company has come to light.
An internet prank with true staying power.
Reps. Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Jim Jordan have drafted legislation that would remove Section 230 protections from Big Tech companies and require them to report any content moderation decisions.
Apple, Google, Lyft, the New York Times, Twitter. The list of companies delaying office reopenings is growing.
Boston startup Form Energy has secured $200 million Series D funding for the development of what is being called a breakthrough in energy storage.
Amazon faces a record-breaking €746 million (roughly $887 million) fine after a European Union data privacy regulator said the e-commerce giant had violated the bloc's signature privacy law, known as GDPR, in an advertising-related decision.
Former CISA director Chris Krebs says baseless claims about issues like coronavirus vaccines can have real-world consequences
Ever since the state of California filed a sexism lawsuit against Activision Blizzard, the game publisher has been losing the PR war.
According to the company, posts featuring unverified pictures of upcoming iPhone models could prompt accessory makers to produce cases with wrong sizes.
Facebook's business is soaring, but the boom times may not last.
With the switch to remote work, employees have been left to foot the internet bill and many workers believe some changes are in order.
Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) has been hit with a record $886.6 million (746 million euros) European Union fine for processing personal data in violation of the bloc's GDPR rules, as privacy regulators take a more aggressive position on enforcement.