Journalists in Myanmar are coalescing by wearing black clothing Saturday, a showing of solidarity after two Reuters reporters were essentially abducted by government officials.
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A team of Uber employees wiretapped private conversations made by competitors in a hotel, and consistently hacked into their computer systems, according to a letter revealed by a judge.
Luxembourg doesn't want to acquiesce to the European Commission's demands to collect $295 million in back taxes, according to a Business Insider report published Friday.
A New York Times op-ed tries to illustrate the purported problems behind the federal repeal of net neutrality rules like potential inaccessibility to certain content -- even as the article is ironically behind a paywall.
Key Democratic officials are reportedly trying to motivate young voters to show up to the polls during future elections following the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) Thursday repeal of net neutrality rules.
Many people are worried that companies like Netflix will raise prices now that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 Thursday to repeal internet regulations imposed by the agency in 2015.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai was in the middle of his speech during a hearing on net neutrality Thursday when he was interrupted by security responding to a bomb threat.
Mark Thompson, CEO of The New York Times, says "Facebook is not transparent" in an interview with Digiday that delves into the publication's relationship with the social media company.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) repealed Obama-era internet regulations Thursday in a 3-2 vote, signaling a culmination to a long-winded and highly heated debate.
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida questioned Apple's business intentions in China, arguing Wednesday that the U.S.-based corporation is being very hypocritical in order to gain entry into the world's largest human market.
Uber recently charged a rider $14,400 for a simple, 20-minute trip in what seems to be a manual accident, according to the company.
Facebook directly responded Tuesday to harsh criticisms levied by a former executive, specifically that the social media platform is "ripping apart the social fabric of how society works."
Amazon has been pushing forward with its drone technology for delivery services and other uses for a while. But more recently it was granted a patent for self-destructing flying machines.
Five women have accused a top Silicon Valley venture capitalist of sexual harassment, according to a lengthy Bloomberg report published Thursday.
More than 6,000 convictions will be thrown out because a chemist working in a state drug lab for eight years "smoked crack every day," Massachusetts prosecutors said Thursday.
An unknown passenger on a flight heading to Istanbul, Turkey, reportedly caused an emergency landing after creating a Wi-Fi network named "bomb on board."
Australian authorities upheld the firing of a man who allegedly used empty snack bags to block GPS tracking mandated by his employer.
A U.K.-based advocacy coalition recently filed a class action lawsuit against U.S. tech giant Google for allegedly stockpiling users' personal information in an illicit way.
Federal authorities are charging a man for threatening to kill Republican Rep. John Katko over the issue of net neutrality, an amorphous concept dealing with internet regulations imposed under the Obama administration.