He was the master of social media -- until his inflammatory comments got him banned.
The transfer will happen at 12:01 p.m. ET Wednesday as Joe Biden is inaugurated as the next US president.
In today's top stories, security is tight ahead of the presidential inauguration on Wednesday, Joe Biden has already outlined an ambitious policy agenda, and WhatsApp is facing a privacy pushback in its biggest market.
The self-driving car engineer pleaded guilty to stealing trade secrets.
Charities called Oath Keepers and Three Percent share names with extremist groups that allegedly participated in the Capitol riots.
The decision was made "in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence."
Suppliers for tech giants have been accused of using forced Uighur labor in their factories.
The feature can now recognize landmarks, activities and types of animals.
It's partnering with the state health department, along with Starbucks and Costco.
In today's top stories, Apple is said to extend its free trial of the streaming service until July, Trump hits Huawei's US suppliers with restrictions, and Rocket Lab is ready for its next mission.
In today's top stories, Facebook is placing a temporary ban on gun accessory ads, Twitter misinformation statistics were released and messaging app Signal is back online after an influx of new users caused it to crash.
This week's major tech headlines include all the announcements at CES 2021, Samsung's Unpacked event and President-Elect Joe Biden's new Twitter handle.