Policies set in Washington and Brussels will have a long-term impact on how we use tech -- and on the industry itself.
Boeing's 737 Max is back in service in most of the world, but China remains a holdout. Plus: Everything you need to know about the aircraft.
Microsoft says Google has gobbled up ad dollars that once supported journalism. Google says Microsoft's criticism is opportunistic.
The government says drones will need to address new safety and security concerns.
Big companies are reportedly weighing in on legislation that would crack down on imports of goods made with forced labor.
The future of the iPhone is once again at stake as Apple defends its App Store policies.
In an interview with The Atlantic, Tim Cook discusses Trump, antitrust and his company's response to the coronavirus.
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the US sent letters to companies Tencent has invested in, asking about data security protocols, a report said.
The president attacks Jobs in a retweet noting that Jobs donated to rival Joe Biden's campaign and has majority stake in The Atlantic.
The tech giant announced the new technologies as part of its Defending Democracy Program.
The data analytics company, which works with the military, is seen by some as an example of the dark side of technology. But it says it's keeping soldiers safe.
Twitter, and Google's YouTube, are also reportedly formulating plans to deal with election trouble.
The game maker is painting them as comic book brutes and monopolists.