Today's major tech stories include the launch of HBO Max, Instagram's experimentation with badges and Google Maps' new tools for donations.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey says he's "ultimately accountable" for decisions the company makes as Trump ramps up feud with social media companies.
The search giant collects data without users' "consent or knowledge," Arizona's attorney general claims.
More than a year after two crashes killed 346 people, it's unclear when the Boeing 737 Max will fly again. Plus: Everything you need to know about the plane's other issues.
A legacy American brand does what it didn't know it could do.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan reports on the 2020 remote workforce disruption.
The company previously suspended the plane's production following crashes that killed hundreds of people.
Twitter slapped a label on the president's tweets about mail-in ballots.
The new cryptocurrency hasn't launched yet, but has faced regulatory scrutiny.
A survey finds a false conspiracy theory about vaccines implanting tracking microchips is popular among Fox News viewers, Republicans and Trump voters.
The latest move in GE's restructuring comes as Savant seeks to expand its foothold as a supplier of professionally installed smart home systems.
CNET host Richard Hart visited Netscape just after the company went public and was taking on Microsoft in the browser wars. Here's our profile of founder Marc Andreessen from 1995.