Amazon won't be forced to immediately restore web service to Parler after a federal judge ruled Thursday against a plea to reinstate the fast-growing social media app, which is favored by followers of former President Donald Trump.
Across social media on Wednesday, supporters posted photos of their pearls and sneakers in support of Vice President Kamala Harris.
Twitter temporarily suspended Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green's account Sunday, saying that she repeatedly violated rules put in place after the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
The tech giant has begun developing prototype screens for internal testing, Bloomberg first reported, though there are allegedly no real plans to launch a foldable iPhone yet.
When it comes to embracing technology, 2020 was the year of sink or swim.
Transparent TVs, vertical gardens and bike helmets that let you chat with other riders all made their debut in the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show.
The post in question said "F--- Black Lives Matter."
From sanitizing robots to a self-cleaning water dispenser, LG Electronics is redefining what it means to be at home.
GoFundMe joined a growing list of companies cracking down on extremist behavior and rhetoric and is removing numerous fundraisers intended to raise money for travel expenses to events with risk of violence.
Twitter announced on Monday that it had deleted more than 70,000 accounts associated with the QAnon conspiracy theory following the permanent suspension of President Donald Trump’s account last week.
While most of the world spent much of 2020 in a “new normal,” the folks at Samsung were working hard to launch what they're calling "a better normal."
CEO John Matze says Big Tech seeking to 'stifle free speech and competition in the marketplace'
"We have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the App Store, but there is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the company said in a statement.
After having his personal Twitter account permanently suspended Friday, President Donald Trump tweeted from the official government @POTUS account four times, ranting against the social media company before the tweets were removed by Twitter.
There's no evidence that he went into the Capitol, but his employer confirmed to FOX 4 that his participation in the protest crossed the line.
President Donald Trump won’t have access to his Facebook or Instagram accounts for the foreseeable future.
"As a result of the unprecedented and ongoing violent situation in Washington, D.C., we have required the removal of three @realDonaldTrump Tweets that were posted earlier today for repeated and severe violations of our Civic Integrity policy." said the Twitter Safety account.
After FOX 4 reported on the struggle a hacked Facebook user had getting any action from the social media company, we heard from many others with the same experience.
An elaborate scheme was used to reach Tiffany Pointer’s Facebook contacts to ask for money in her name.
A group of Google engineers and other workers announced Monday they have formed a union, creating a rare foothold for labor organizers in Silicon Valley.