A New York Times report says Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg shifted blame amid mounting troubles at the social network. Meanwhile, augmented reality could be closer to your eyeball than ever before.
Employees got upset after a top exec showed public support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh at a hearing over sexual assault allegations.
This week's most important tech stories include Oculus' announcement of a standalone VR, Instagram's co-founders leave the company and Elon Musk being sued by the SEC.
The Commission says that Musk's tweets mislead investors when he said he could take the company private. Meanwhile, TiVo attempts to woo cord cutters with a new DVR that combines over-the-air TV with internet video services.
The company is upping its fact-checking game.
Congress has more questions for the tech industry.
It was supposed to be a dramatic follow-up to Mark Zuckerberg's hearings in April. Not so much.
Facebook is facing "difficult tradeoffs," ones that can't be fixed in a year, writes the CEO.
CNET's Katie Collins and Richard Trenholm watch tech execs face off with US lawmakers -- and ask whether it's time for a BlackBerry comeback.
The California congressman, a member of the intelligence committee, wants to push tech companies to do better.
The Virginia Democrat says he's hoping people will learn this issue isn't going away.
Lawmakers did their tech homework and came up with good questions for the top social media networks. The problem: not a lot of good answers.
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