LGBTQ advocates want the social media sites to remove "inaccurate" ads.
Apple's joining a privacy roundtable, marking its first official time on the show's stage in decades.
Google's parent company makes more changes after its founders stepped down from leadership roles last week.
Former workers at the search giant said they were fired for speaking out over workplace conditions.
The technology must be replaced with Chinese alternatives within three years, according to The Financial Times.
In today's top stories, Apple's powerful new desktop goes on sale, Amazon moves to New York less than a year after ditching the city and Reddit reveals UK government links tied to Russia.
Following an outcry over corporate tax breaks, Amazon pulled out of a deal for a new headquarters near Manhattan. Now it's leasing office space in midtown.
Google's so-called open culture might be closing, a look into the weird future of VR headsets and why one CNET editor is just saying no to TikTok.
The world's biggest TV maker is building a display that combines quantum dot and OLED display technologies. Here's how it will work.
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A jury ruled he's not liable for damages, reporters said.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO is reportedly asked about his net worth and says he doesn't have a lot of cash.
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