Twitter Earnings: What to Watch
Twitter is scheduled to report first-quarter results before the market opens on Wednesday. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters expect adjusted...
Yahoo's Successor to Pay $35 Million in Settlement Over Cyberbreach
Yahoo’s response to a 2014 hack of hundreds of millions of user accounts drew a $35 million fine from regulators, the first time a public company...
Wanted at Chinese Start-Ups: Attractive Women to Ease Coders’ Stress
Some tech companies are hiring female “motivators” for a role that’s a mix of psychologist and cheerleader — to help overworked male programmers...
Facebook Replaces Head of U.S. Policy Amid Regulatory Scrutiny
Facebook shuffled its ranks in Washington as it confronts pressure from lawmakers over data privacy, election interference, misinformation and...
Doomsday AI machines could lead to nuclear war, think tank paper warns
Could the future of artificial intelligence lead to a robot doomsday?
SEC hands down $35 million fine in Yahoo hack
The SEC announced a $35 million penalty for the company formerly known as Yahoo for not disclosing a hack to investors.
WhatsApp raises minimum age in Europe ahead of new privacy laws
WhatsApp is raising the minimum age to use its popular messaging app to 16 from 13 for European users, ahead of new data privacy laws slated to go...
Monkey can't own the copyright to its famous selfie, appeals court rules
A monkey in Indonesia cannot own the copyright to a famous selfie it took in 2011, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Monday.
European Regulators Ask if Facebook Is Taking Too Much Data
The authorities in a number of countries say the company is unfairly using its leverage over consumers to extract personal information from them.
Naked butts, crime confessions and bullying: What Facebook won't let you post
Facebook details its community standards policies, showing how some seemingly straightforward content bans are quite nuanced.
For many online Americans, Facebook is a habit
NEW YORK (AP) — Social media is a daily way of life for many Americans.
Apple Takes a Step on Payment of Back Taxes to Ireland
Apple Inc. completed an agreement with Ireland that will allow it to transfer roughly about €13 billion into a Dublin escrow account, in a step...