A number of major news outlets publish reports focused on the social network's struggle to contain dangerous content.
Leaked company documents are providing more insight into how Facebook moderates political content.
In this week's top stories, the remake of the sci-fi classic Dune simultaneously debuts in theaters and streams online. Also, Apple and Google announce significant upgrades to their popular hardware.
The new date is now March 31.
In August, Apple settled a class action lawsuit with some developers, despite continuing to battle Fortnite maker Epic Games.
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.
Tony Fadell talks to CNET about what it was like building a groundbreaking device.
In today's top stories, the Twitter-banned former president says he's building his own platform. Meanwhile, Microsoft's second try at its dual-screened phone is an improvement but a hard sell.
An internal report viewed by The Wall Street Journal shows the company could be grappling with just how many active users it has.
The social media company's stock plunges 25% in after-hours trading.
Six major ISPs collect far more user data than consumers realize, the FTC warns, including data that groups those consumers by race and sexual orientation.