Social network granted device makers with special access to users' personal data but then failed to police their use, according to The New York Times.
Ruth Porat also reiterated that her company continues to work with the US military.
Decision to be formally announced as soon as Tuesday, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Cryptocurrency scammers are promoting tweets through ads after they hijack verified accounts.
And Oculus co-founder Palmer Luckey criticizes the partisanship that keeps Americans from agreeing on things they'd normally have in common.
AI will displace many workers, says tech exec and investor Kai-Fu Lee. But it's got limits.
After ending forced arbitration that kept claims out of court, the ride-hailing company compiles a safety transparency report.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also reportedly expects a decline in shipments going into 2019.
It's a decade in the making... and still counting.
Regulators will review both the human and algorithmic processes used to moderate the social network.
Students are headed for startups, not tech giants, John Chambers says.
Prosecutors believe an Amazon Echo smart speaker may have captured evidence of a double murder.
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