The Facebook CEO tells NBC News he's working to improve his communications skills.
CrowdStrike investigated the 2016 hack of the Democratic National Committee.
Apple's CEO has served on the school's board since 2013.
In countries with just one major broadband provider, internet access is often too pricey for people to justify, a new report shows.
Social networks like Twitter are grappling with manipulated videos.
One company sold false likes and follows, while another posted fake product reviews on Sephora's website.
In today's news, Congress members call on Apple to stand with Hong Kong protesters, NASA makes history with the first all-female space walk and first impressions of the new Google Pixel XL are in.
The 737 Max 8 had two deadly crashes in five months, and authorities are zeroing in on what went wrong. Plus: Everything you need to know about the plane.
It wasn't just Steve Jobs, Elon Musk and Hillary Clinton who said things worth remembering in the last decade. A frustrated judge also questioned whether an overeager Apple lawyer was smoking crack, for example.
Go behind the scenes of Silicon Valley's emotional final season, meet the new quadriplegic Gods of esports and find out why Teslas are so safe.
This week's major tech stories include the debut of the Pixel 4, Uber's laying off of 350 employees and Samsung's promised fix for the Galaxy S10's fingerprint sensor.
We get an inside look at the spacesuit for tourists, made by Under Armour for Virgin Galactic flights in 2020.
Sublime suburban chariot
High on style and technology, the 2019 Volvo XC90 is an incredibly satisfying everyday crossover.