His departure follows the Gateses' announcement that their marriage is ending.
The case stems from a Pennsylvania high school cheerleader's obscenity-laced Snapchat message that she posted off campus.
Increased competition and more government support have helped keep broadband prices low in Europe, but not everything is perfect.
The tech giant is offering its first major Windows update in six years on Thursday. Here's why.
In today's news, Bitcoin drops below $30,000 for the first time since January, Twitter opens applications for users to test monetization features and the European Union probes Google over ad practices.
The tech giant says some parts of proposed antitrust legislation could upend security on its iPhones and iPads.
Demand for Microsoft's products has soared since the pandemic forced many people to stay home.
A number of moves by China have greatly impacted the entire cryptocurrency market. The latest change sees the People's Bank of China putting an end to several financial institutions engaging in Bitcoin transactions.
The union says it wants to help workers organize walkouts, pickets and petitions to get Amazon to negotiate over pay and safety.
The social media site is accepting applications in the US from people who'd like to try out the new features.
The search giant has said it will determine salary by region, so people leaving expensive cities like San Francisco may see decreases.
The tech giant is beginning its new Creative Studios initiative at its new Tower Theater store in Los Angeles, opening Thursday.