The latest and largest member of the 737 Max family takes to the air seven months after the FAA cleared all Max aircraft to fly again.
In today's top stories, Google opens its first brick-and-mortar in New York City while Airbnb disallows landlords to profit from pandemic evictions and shoppers prepare to snatch up Amazon Prime Day deals starting Monday.
The move is meant to protect US networks and supply chains.
As Amazon tries to squash bogus ratings ahead of Prime Day, the problem moves to social media.
In today's top stories, Sony is allowing PlayStation 5 users to sign up for beta versions of its PS5 system software. Meanwhile, Facebook works with Michigan State University to combat disinformation.
The money is headed to 10 historically black colleges and universities to help support scholarships, invest in infrastructure, and develop curriculum.
It was a unanimous decision by the board of directors.
Amazon is hard to reach when things go wrong on a delivery route designed by the company, drivers tell CNET.
Kahlil Greene leverages his social media platforms to discuss everything from "whitewashed" history to co-opted Black culture to the importance of Juneteenth.
In today's top stories, Google launches its first retail store, Facebook announces ad testing in Oculus VR and MacKenzie Scott says she's making (another) huge round of charitable donations.
The iPhone maker has had to shelve some of its bigger health care goals amid roadblocks, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Such AI-generated images could be used to spread disinformation, but spotting them isn't easy.