The policy may be less sweeping than CEO Jack Dorsey initially announced.
Small experiments may add up to big changes down the road.
The new “by Facebook” label won’t make it harder to break up Facebook. But it will let people know what products they’re using.
Twitter drops the hammer on political ads ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
The CEO struggled to answer basic questions about the site’s policies.
Silicon Valley’s virtuous one wants tech to do as he says, not as he does.
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Universal basic income seems like an idea whose time has come — except to some of the very people pushing the idea in the first place.
After Sen. Kamala Harris called for the president's account to be suspended, Twitter waited a few weeks, and then said no.
We thought trade would bring Western values to China. Instead, it brought Chinese values to Apple.
Google’s troubles have been moving from Europe to the US, and the money to news organizations has too.
“It's just clear to me that they're lurching from crisis to crisis,” said one digital strategist.
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How a small group of right-wing tech employees built a back channel straight to the nation’s capital.
Old rules and moving targets create new challenges for regulators and Congress.
Facebook's handling of a forged video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi baffles leading researchers.
Last month, Uber hoped the public markets would value it at $100 billion. Investment bankers wanted even more.
Google touted its artificial intelligence developments, with upcoming features like Duplex and Lens, and unveiled new Pixel models.
Facebook is taking the same self-satisfied approach to safety that it has with its products.
Facebook held its annual F8 developer conference in San Jose, California, on Tuesday and Wednesday. After yet another scandal-ridden year, the company shared updates on its family of apps: Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger.
As writers gravitate toward paid email newsletters, small audiences translate to meaningful dollars.