Apple revealed Friday that it will start publishing reports on government requests to shut down apps on its software platform.
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Apple is reportedly set to close down a store in Atlantic City, triggering substantial layoffs for a company that doesn't usually have to make such cuts in general.
Facebook and Google received multiple complaints of implementing improper data management approvals Thursday, the first day a new broad European Union law took effect.
Apple was very aware of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus's proclivity to bend, but chose to release the products anyway, according to a Motherboard investigation published Thursday.
Facebook announced Thursday that it will start labeling political ads featured on the platform so that users can better understand where such content comes from.
Uber officials reportedly said Wednesday that the company is taking its talents back to Pittsburgh to test self-driving cars almost immediately after it announced that it was ending similar operations in Arizona.
Facebook announced Thursday that it will soon start asking users if they want to review the privacy settings for their respective accounts so the company can better ready itself for the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Google is set to announce an initiative Thursday in which its slate of services and products -- known as G Suite, specifically G Suite Education -- will be fully available to homeschoolers and their leaders for the first time ever.
Facebook announced Wednesday that it is trying to combat the sharing of false news on the platform by updating a "news literacy campaign" that provides "tips" in spotting such content, among other measures.
The FBI Provided False Numbers To Congress, Public On How Many Encrypted Phones It Has Been Unable To Unlock, Says Report
The FBI has overstated the number of encrypted cellphones it has encountered through criminal probes by as much as nearly eight times, according to a report published Tuesday by The Washington Post.
Government Agency Ill-Equipped To Police American Tech Scooped Up By Chinese, Says Politico Investigation
China has been scooping up some of America's most prized technology with an ostensibly insufficient amount of oversight from the U.S. government, according to an in-depth investigation Politico published Tuesday.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundations of California revealed communications and other documents Tuesday that seem to show Amazon is offering its facial recognition services and products to local law enforcement.
Americans trust self-driving technology less than they did only months ago, according to AAA, a trend presumably stemming from multiple accidents involving such advanced vehicles.
President Donald Trump is reportedly still using an unprotected cellphone, potentially leaving his communications and data vulnerable to foreign spies and hackers.
Senators, almost all Democrats, voted 52 to 47 Wednesday for the reinstatement of "net neutrality" rules that were undone by the Federal Communications Commission in December 2017.
The FBI and parent agency the Department of Justice are investigating Cambridge Analytica, the now-discontinued data analytics firm that worked with Facebook and President Donald Trump's campaign, The New York Times reported Tuesday.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that aims to streamline the processes of acquiring and developing better information technology (IT) infrastructure, among other measures.
President Donald Trump's administration has officially eliminated its top cybersecurity post at the behest of new national security adviser John Bolton, according to a Politico report published Tuesday.
Facebook removed millions of accounts and pieces of content in the past several months, the company stated in its first ever such report.