No Larry Page. No Sundar Pichai. Just an empty chair.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg answer probing questions from the Senate Intelligence Committee.
The social media giants are preparing to testify on election security.
The House Energy and Commerce chairman says conservative voices appear to be being censored on social media, and tech needs to explain why.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg, Twitter's Jack Dorsey and Google's Larry Page have been invited to testify to Congress this week.
The search giant brought information to the masses. But two decades after its founding, Google isn’t the whimsical startup it once was.
Lawmakers were widely panned for being out of touch when they grilled Mark Zuckerberg in April. Now they owe it to the public to do better.
The ride-hailing service plans to pick a city in Australia, Japan, India, Brazil or France for its third UberAir test site and its first outside the US.
Uber is taking its concept of "flights on-demand" worldwide, and it's spying out Sydney and Melbourne as potential test sites for flying cars.
From Silicon Valley to Toyota City, companies from across the globe are setting their sights skyward for future mobility.
And I want to ride in that taxi.
Kitty Hawk says you can learn to fly this in 20 minutes.