Facebook and other social media have been under scrutiny for vaccine misinformation, but local outlets have also sometimes been active.
The White House has teamed up with TikTok stars, while some states are paying “local micro influencers” for pro-vaccine campaigns.
Governments and organizations around the world are using geospatial data and digital mapping tools to guide their vaccination campaigns.
“He’s our future,” one CBS Studios executive said of Alex Kurtzman, who has a lucrative contract to expand the “Star Trek” universe — and with it the streaming service’s audience.
One night in the Twin Cities, shortly after the killing of George Floyd, someone set a fire in a Goodwill. That led to an international search for the culprits — and it exposed a growing system of global surveillance.
Social media companies like Facebook and YouTube pledged to remove anti-Semitic content. New reports show they are falling short of that promise.
Reconsidering pseudonymity and what it means to “be yourself” online.
The discovery of multiple nooses has set off heated debates about the responsibility of companies and the ability of workers to speak their mind.
America’s tech companies have been leading the way for how large employers should aid in the country’s pandemic response.
The Government Accountability Office said a $2.9 billion award to SpaceX to build the next lunar lander for astronauts would stand.
Sriram Krishnan and Aarthi Ramamurthy of “The Good Time Show” have booked Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Virgil Abloh.
The star said making the film available on Disney+ at the same time it opened in theaters “dramatically” lowered box office revenue, which could cost her tens of millions of dollars.
The stock opened at $38, the same as its I.P.O. price. The price’s drop was a sign of investor hesitancy over a company that has attracted regulatory scrutiny.
More than 1,500 employees for the video game giant, which is facing an explosive state lawsuit, have called for executives to take sexual harassment seriously.
The antitrust backlash against Big Tech is playing out in places not known as regulatory hotbeds.
The gap keeps widening between the super rich tech superstars and the merely super. There’s one possible explanation.
Even as businesses have reopened, many people continue to do their shopping online, and much of that business continues to go Amazon’s way.
Federal prosecutors charged Trevor Milton with misleading investors about the technology for battery- and hydrogen-powered vehicles Nikola had hoped to make.
Strippers share the hazards and joys of their work on social media.
The stock trading app is set to start trading as a public company on Thursday.
Folders, quick-action menus, widgets and a little basic icon organization can make navigating your smartphone a smoother experience.
The stock trading app goes public this week. Here’s why the company has gotten so much attention.
A federal judge eviscerated arguments by more than 40 state attorneys general that Facebook had a monopoly.
Alphabet initially was seen as vulnerable to the pandemic, but has come out of it stronger.
Venture capital’s newest darling is the online rapid grocery delivery industry. Getir, a six-year-old Turkish company, is trying to outpace its new competitors in a worldwide expansion.
Tech companies throw around nondisclosure agreements like confetti, but they can hurt the rest of us.
Profits rose 47 percent to $16.5 billion, surpassing expectations.
The pandemic has been a windfall for Apple and its peers, as people buy even more gadgets to work, study and socialize.
Advertisers, which used people’s interests and activity to target their ads, will now only be able to use age, gender and location to show ads to users under 18.
The digital media companies that once seemed to have a lock on the future are making plans to get bigger and pay back their investors.