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Mark Zuckerberg declined to appear before a British government inquiry into fake news.
TrustChain links suppliers with manufacturing and retail so you can be sure that engagement ring came from where the store says it did.
The Japanese gaming giant is selling a whole lot of Switch consoles -- just under 18 million, in fact -- and expects to sell even more over the coming year.
Google, LinkedIn, AirBNB and Microsoft join Facebook at a conference on abuse of online services in explaining how they use algorithms to fight fraud.
The 30-year-old mother of two won four gold medals at the 1948 Olympics, the best performance of any athlete at that year's Games.
It's pretty hard to imagine your body as a collection of cells. Even harder to imagine those cells moving. Now you don't have to!
A study of 2.7 billion tweets found that echo chambers do exist on Twitter, and you're more likely to be retweeted if you pick a side!
Despite reporting record profits, Samsung says it's seeing the effects of a "sluggish" smartphone market. Which could mean more promotions for the Galaxy S9.
The government is using surveillance cameras, facial recognition and smart glasses to score people on social behavior, which can lead to punishment.
Commentary: Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now?" pitchman, says American companies make employees feel dispensable.
West makes his bromance with the president official on Twitter -- and even manages to rope in Silicon Valley. But is he really losing Twitter followers?
Lightroom profiles offer new color editing and styling options, and now you can create your own profiles for the photo editing and cataloging software.
Ten years ago, the first Iron Man film opened with an un-ironic MySpace reference. Oh, how times have changed.
The maker of wireless speakers could have a market value of $3 billion after going public, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Mark Zuckerberg’s social network is going through the biggest crisis of its existence. But it’s still making gobs of money.
The company is committed to increasing profit margins by focusing on more popular trucks and SUVs going forward.
The company sees a reversal of losses from a year ago, with a strong number of new prepaid customers. And its DirecTV Now service is gaining momentum. Earnings, however, missed expectations.
The social network takes its first steps to send video using a new technology that can cut your data use, improve quality, and deliver videos faster.
A company in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, makes artisan wood cases that aren't cheap. But they are unique.
After a controversy over disturbing clips on the child-focused app, Google-owned YouTube says it's rolling out new safety options.