A formal investigation will aim to establish whether Facebook's handling of the leak constitutes a breach of the GDPR.
Hundreds of CEOs and companies signed a statement that ran in The New York Times and The Washington Post.
In today's news, Apple announces the date for its next virtual event, Microsoft adds a new laptop to the Surface family and US health officials recommend a pause on the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Documents included in Epic's court filings last week show that the iPhone and iPad represented 7% of Fortnite revenues.
Apple is expected to upgrade the screens of its iPads with a Pro-inspired design. Rumored AirTags may show up too.
In today's top stories, Apple reportedly is making an Apple TV with a camera, Domino's Pizza begins using Nuro R2 self-driving robots for pizza delivery, and Android's Digital Wellbeing alerts users to look up when walking.
The $160 smartwatch has a lot going for it, but misses the mark in terms of fitness tracking and connectivity.
Josh Hawley wants to ban companies with a market value of $100 billion from acquiring or merging with other companies.
These trading cards don't come with any bubble gum.
Regulators and the public remain focused on working conditions at Amazon, whether or not any more warehouses try to organize.
Tim Cook's broadside in an interview with the Toronto Star comes as iOS 14.5 is set to debut with new privacy rules Facebook doesn't like.
People reported issues with Google Drive, Docs, Slides and Sheets.