Chief auditor cites Facebook's Cambridge Analytica data scandal as an example of why a privacy law is necessary.
We learn why you shouldn't share your Netflix password, talk to Sony's video game boss about his PlayStation plans, and see how drones could give Trump's border wall a high-tech edge.
This week's major tech stories include Amazon's scapping of its plan to come to New York City, a possible new Hololens appearance at Mobile World Congress and examing Apex Legends' incredible past-paced success.
Twitter said the tweet violated its rules against making threats of violence or wishing for the death of a person.
The news comes a day after Amazon said it was canceling plans for a New York hub.
The iPhone maker says its "deeply committed" to upholding human rights.
"You have to be tough to make it in New York City," says New York Mayor Bill de Blasio.
As temperatures keep falling and winter seems interminable, turn to technology to keep yourself warm. Here are some of the best gadgets to keep out the chill.
Can we stop asteroids from crashing into Earth and bringing on Armageddon? NASA has a spacecraft for that.
After opposition, Amazon decides to pull the plug on building a campus in Long Island City, New York. Meanwhile, Apple makes some changes due to a court ruling.
Carriers need to implement caller ID authentication systems by the end of this year.
The social network says it's exploring ways to minimize harm caused by misinformation about vaccines.
Here's Everything to Know About the 2019 Grammys
Find out how to watch the Grammy Awards if you don't have cable and more.