In court, Palmer Luckey gives details about the early efforts of his VR startup, which soon enough got Facebook to buy it for $3 billion.
Oracle says the lawsuit is politically motivated. The Department of Labor notes that government contracts could be at stake.
The Facebook CEO, giving testimony in a lawsuit over the virtual reality technology, describes a rushed and fraught deal nearly three years ago.
Advertisers won't be able to keep ads for housing, job opportunities or credit off your feed based on your "ethnic affinity," Facebook says.
Samsung says it's "temporarily adjusting" the production of the phone and we talk about presidential debate memes and the Supreme Court.
The social media giant must go to trial for allegedly failing to delete the 14-year-old's naked photos.
Calvin Klein and Alexander Wang are among more than 100 designers and educators who have signed on to a brief supporting Apple in a Supreme Court case.
The Olympics has a longstanding rule that businesses cannot misappropriate its symbols and terms without permission. That's going to get tested in the age of social media.
The prominent senator from Massachusetts believes "competition is dying" in America, and anti-competitive mergers are responsible.
The advocacy group says the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act makes it hard to investigate websites for bad behavior and potential discrimination.
The Supreme Court's decision will let the class-action suit move forward in California.
The high court rules a lawsuit over false information can continue -- if the appellate court finds the bad intel caused concrete harm.
Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.