His latest statement, in a Washington Post op-ed, warns of a wave of legislation pending across the US that could discriminate against the LGBT community.
CEOs from Apple, Facebook and Salesforce are utilizing their power to offer their positions on everything from gay rights to immigration to vaccinations. And they're not the only ones.
Dozens of tech leaders speak up, joining Apple, Salesforce and Yelp honchos in criticizing so-called religious freedom laws being considered across the country.
The "Harry Potter" author gently responds to a fan on Twitter who "can't see" Hogwarts' headmaster being gay.
The latest move is a step away from the previous process that required you to choose from a list of predefined genders.
The tech giant makes a hasty U-turn on its decision to ban sexually explicit content from Blogger blogs.
The naming announcement comes a month after the Alabama native, who recently came out as gay, criticized the state for its record on granting equal rights.
After recently deactivating the profiles of several well-known San Francisco drag queens, Facebook met with members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community to discuss its requirement that users provide legal names. CNET's Sumi Das has details on the agreement reached between the two groups.
The social network is updating its rules to allow pseudonyms, Apple offers a tool to spot stolen iPhones, and Pioneer releases stereos with Apple CarPlay.
The world's largest social network says it will create a "fix" for people caught up in the company's "real-name policy."