Google unveiled its newest smartphone, the Pixel 4, alongside a revamped pair of Pixel Buds and several new Nest smart home devices at its annual hardware event in New York on Tuesday.
Facebook's libra cryptocurrency coalition is falling apart as eBay, Visa, Mastercard and Stripe jump ship
EBay, Stripe, Mastercard and Visa are all dropping out of Facebook’s libra cryptocurrency project, the companies announced Friday. The news comes one week after PayPal announced its withdrawal as government regulators continue to scrutinize the plans.
Amazon cloud computing arm is making an aggressive push into one of the most sensitive technology sectors: U.S. elections.
Activists planning to line California roadways with anti-vaccination billboards full of misinformation are paying for them through Facebook fundraisers, despite a platform-wide crackdown on such campaigns.
About 18 months before a violent video of a fake President Donald Trump superimposed on a violent action movie became national news Monday, a video creator who goes by TheGeekzTeam uploaded a similar video to a rabid pro-Trump community on Reddit, the discussion website.
NBC News President Noah Oppenheim on Monday sharply rejected claims by the journalist Ronan Farrow that the company had covered up sexual misconduct allegations against Matt Lauer, saying that Farrow was pushing a “conspiracy theory” wholly unsupported by the facts.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., ramped up her criticism of Facebook this weekend, taking aim at the company’s policy on political advertising and for having “contributed” to media job losses.
Shepard Smith, one of the longest-tenured journalists at Fox News who was also considered a moderate voice on the right-leaning cable news giant, announced Friday that he’s resigned from the company.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Catherine Tan, a senior at UCLA, said she learned a lot last summer while interning at Tumblr, a social networking site that’s in the midst of big changes. She developed her skills as a software engineer, and said she had a positive experience in the workplace, something that’s not always true for women in tech.
NBC correspondent Courtney Kube was interrupted on a live broadcast during breaking news Wednesday morning — by her young son.