In today's top stories, the US government hopes to reform antitrust laws aimed at big tech, privacy concerns arise over Amazon Sidewalk and new Xbox games debut at E3 2021.
The search giant also details new features for its Meet videoconferencing service.
Automaker stopped accepting the cryptocurrency earlier this year.
The tech giant showed off its highly anticipated upcoming games, including the next Halo title, a Disney partnership for Sea of Thieves and more. Also, there's a mini-fridge.
New policy could go into affect as soon as Tuesday, Bloomberg reports.
The Justice Department was looking for the source of media reports about contacts between Trump associates and Russia, The New York Times reports.
The proposals, from a bipartisan group in the US House, target Big Tech's might with the most meaningful effort in decades to reform competition laws.
The head of the ESA, which puts on the E3 show, talks with us about how the coronavirus is changing games.
Masks won't be required, but some cruises will mandate vaccinations. Here's what you need to know.
In today's top stories, Elon Musk unveils the newest, fastest Tesla, while Microsoft aims to integrate Xbox gaming into smart TVs, and President Biden lifts executive orders against TikTok and WeChat.
At WWDC 2021, Apple's annual developers conference, we got our first glimpse of iOS 15 and much more.
Pressure is mounting from the UK for the US to rescind its demand for Assange's extradition.