Apple will announce more hardware products on Oct. 30 in Brooklyn.
Apple released a tool that allows U.S. users to download all the data they gave to the company.
Facebook reportedly concluded that its recent data breach was carried out by spammers looking to make money, not foreign interlopers.
Several high-profile video games across a variety of genres and platforms are coming out in the next three months.
Facebook's board will vote next year on a proposal to create an independent chairman, thus removing Mark Zuckerberg from the position.
Tesla's CEO is also its largest shareholder, and Elon Musk will buy even more stock at the next opportunity.
A new complaint to an existing lawsuit accused Facebook of knowing about, and potentially hiding, inflated ad metrics on videos for more than a year.
Elon Musk's legal trouble with the SEC has been resolved, two months after the "funding secured" tweet.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai spoke positively about the company's long-rumored China-compliant search engine.
Valuation proposals suggested Uber's market value when it goes public next year could be $120 billion.
Facebook is said to be developing a device that connects to TVs and offers video calling as well as streaming services.
Kevin Systrom abruptly left Facebook six years after selling his Instagram app to the company, and partially explained why on Monday.
In the wake of Facebook's huge data breach, the site has given users a way to find out if their data was stolen.
Beto O'Rourke spent the most on digital ads across Facebook, Twitter and Google, but President Donald Trump still had the most total ads.
The tech giant bought a music data analytics firm to increase Apple Music's viability against rival Spotify.
An Irish data watchdog opened an investigation into how much data Twitter collects from users.
Potential Tesla customers have a few days to get a full tax credit with their electric vehicle.
Hundreds of political Facebook pages were purged for what Facebook said was coordinated, inauthentic behavior to drive up traffic.
Android players who never got invited to play "Fortnite" can get in now.
The company formerly known as Time Warner will launch a major new streaming service next year.