In today's top stories, Nintendo says that production challenges may mean it can't meet holiday demand. Meanwhile, Apple's software head says letting customers install apps outside of its App Store can be problematic.
In today's top stories, Mark Zuckerberg outlines his vision for the future and rebrands the company as Meta. Meanwhile, a new version of Android is coming to take on big-screen devices.
Social media companies faced five hours of questioning by a UK parliamentary committee examining the incoming Online Harms Bill.
The company's subscription service adds experimental features like longer video uploads and pinned conversations.
Case will move to California after judge finds the former president wasn't exempt from terms of service clause because he was the sitting president.
Prosecutors say the stock trader allegedly operated a social media scheme involving penny stocks that garnered $1 million in illicit profits.
The social media company releases its third-quarter earnings.
The YubiKey Security Key C is geared for consumers who don't need some more elaborate login options. Such keys are much more secure than passwords alone.
The London-based startup will begin to wind down its independent operations.
An in-house study finds that Twitter's algorithms amplify tweets from the political right more than they do the left, but it's unclear why.
In today's top stories, HTC unveils the Vive Flow smart glasses. Meanwhile, Microsoft cites compliance challenges as a reason to pull its social network from China.
In today's top stories, Apple's next event is set for Oct. 18, and we expect to see new Macs. Meanwhile, a former Facebook data scientist says she's provided documents to US authorities.