The suit seeks to shatter Google’s alleged monopoly on the entire ecosystem of online advertising as a hurtful burden to advertisers, consumers and even the U.S. government.
The Tesla CEO is facing a class action lawsuit filed by Tesla investors alleging he misled them with a tweet saying funding was secured to take his company private — for $420 per share.
After an imposter account registered under the revamped Twitter Blue system tweeted that insulin was free, pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly & Co. had to post an apology.
The company is contending with faltering revenue and broader tech industry woes, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a letter to employees Wednesday.
Since the 2016 election, the company has applied a test to political speech that weighs the newsworthiness of the content against its propensity to cause harm.
Donald Trump’s account was suspended after he was accused of inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
For CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the past year has presented a series of humbling events that have picked away at his long-held assertion that Facebook is a worldwide force for good.
Efforts to crack down on vaccine misinformation are generating cries of censorship and prompting some posters to adopt sneaky tactics.
Unsurprisingly, it’s been easier for tech giants to act decisively on matters of public health than on politics.
A House subcommittee is investigating popular dating services such as Tinder and Bumble for allegedly allowing minors and sex offenders to use their services.
Amid a history of privacy mishaps, Mark Zuckerberg is focusing Facebook’s future by emphasizing private messaging and Facebook’s role in “communities.”
The iPhone 5, out later this month, is thinner, lighter and has a bigger screen than its predecessors. For hordes of Apple fans who have some money to spare, the question is: What should you do with your old iPhone after you buy a new one?
Facebook's stock plunged to a new low Thursday as some of the social networking leader's early backers got their first chance to sell their shares since the company's initial public offering went awry.
One of the most highly anticipated IPOs in Wall Street history ended on a bland note, with Facebook's stock closing at $38.23, up just 23 cents from Thursday night's pricing. But the day isn't being viewed as a total failure.
Facebook's initial public offering of stock is shaping up to be one of the largest ever. The world's definitive online social network is raising at least $16 billion, a big windfall for a company that began eight years ago with no way to make money.