Twitter announced it would ban accounts that were made as a backup plan after the original accounts got suspended this week.
A group of current and former Tinder employees are suing Match and IAC for allegedly extinguishing stock options.
An AP investigation found that Google tracked user movements even with the Location History setting turned off.
The music streaming service is taking a new approach to advertising.
"Fortnite" on Android will not be on the Play Store, which could lose Google $50 million.
Chinese researchers found a way to remotely hack an Amazon Echo device and use it to eavesdrop, but Amazon already fixed it.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk clarified his claim that he had secured funding for privatization, saying the Saudi Arabian government has expressed interest for two years.
Facebook announced it would make managers of popular pages verify their identities to fight abuse.
Doug Field is back at Apple after a stint at Tesla, renewing rumors of the Apple Project Titan vehicle plan.
Facebook will reportedly moderate posts threatening financial harm or scams.
Amazon is reportedly putting together internal health clinics for some of its employees in Seattle.
The Android version of "Fortnite" is playable now to Samsung device owners.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly evaluating Tesla CEO Elon Musk's tweets about going privat.
Researchers at an Austrian university found a potentially serious security flaw in the Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone.
Amazon has more than 200 remote job listings for full-time positions on its jobs website now.
Facebook has led YouTube in monthly U.S. visits for years, but the video sharing site is gaining ground.
Tinder parent company Match Group saw a rise in share prices after a better-than-expected quarterly earnings report.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that Tesla might go private, and Tesla shares skyrocketed.
Internal figures from Amazon indicate very few Alexa owners use the virtual assistant for shopping.
West Virginia will partner with a blockchain-based voting startup to allow overseas troops to vote using their mobile devices.