Samsung has denied any child workers were employed at the factory where its mobile phones are made.
The social network makes its results official. Though people won't be able to vote anymore, Facebook promises other ways for public engagement in the future.
Google has been asked to return to Parliament to once again defend its tax arrangements in the UK after an investigation by Reuters.
Facebook will abolish users' ability to veto its policy changes unless 300 million people cast a vote. Without a huge spike before today's noon deadline, user voting rights are history.
Whoops. Perhaps an ad on a notorious piracy-oriented file-sharing site is not the best way to encourage Canadians to spend money. The government says it was all a mistake.
Report examines how two of technology's biggest companies exploited weaknesses and loopholes in tax and accounting rules. But they're not doing anything illegal.
Just days after describing the iPad and iPhone factories as "first class", investigators have admitted things aren't quite so rosy.
China Labor Watch says an investigation found at least three girls under the age of 16 working at an HTNS Shenzhen Co. factory that assembles Samsung cell phones. But Samsung denies the workers were underage.
The site's proposed policy changes are officially open for a vote. Think it's a farce? The company's calling in an independent auditor.
The iPhone maker and its supplier will each kick in money in an effort to alleviate conditions for Foxconn's Chinese employees.