The Chinese firm's investments include Fortnite, Tesla and Universal Music - but it's under fire in the US.
President Trump signed executive orders against two popular China-based apps. Let me try to explain.
The worst appears to be in the past for the TV advertising market, but a comeback from the effects of Covid-19 will likely be gradual.
Atlassian is going further than Facebook and Google in giving its employees flexibility. The shift away from offices could also help with hiring.
Facebook has joined Twitter and TikTok in taking action against QAnon conspiracy-theory content.
Apple is denying consumers cloud gaming, says Microsoft, as streaming service is blocked on iPhones.
The government cited national security concerns in announcing sweeping restrictions on two popular Chinese social media networks, a move that is likely to be met with retaliation.
New computers promise to cruise through old problems, but involve mind-boggling low temperatures.
Hiring in tech remains muted, sending another distressing signal ahead of Friday's critical jobs report. As of late July, tech job postings were down 36% compared to the same time last year, according to recent data from the online platform Indeed.
BBC Click’s LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
Facebook will allow its employees to continue to work from home until July 2021, the company told CNBC on Thursday.
The "Make Billionaires Pay Act" would impose a one-time 60% tax on wealth gains made by billionaires during the pandemic to fund healthcare.
Creators in Los Angeles say that hosting and posting about big social gatherings is part of their job, coronavirus or no.
The group started out as an online discussion of hobbies, schoolwork and sometimes politics. But then it was infiltrated by an informant for Russia’s all-powerful security services.
Facebook also removed thousands of fake accounts linked to conservative media outlet The Epoch Times, NBC News reported.
Shares of Facebook stock were up more than 5% on Thursday following the U.S. launch of Reels, a new Instagram feature designed to rival Chinese upstart TikTok.
The app will use QR barcode scans as well as Bluetooth handshakes to determine if users are at risk.
Players will no longer be able to use the "shushing" goal celebration to gloat and stall games.
It’s time to rethink how we treat and enable these brilliant — but damaging — tech personalities.
The social network will stop affected accounts being promoted by its recommendation algorithms.
Apple bumped up a bunch of the hardware inside its new 27-inch iMac, but also focused on some important things for people and families who are stuck working at home during quarantine.
New York is proposing an amendment to current antitrust laws, where the state currently cannot take action unless two companies conspire to stifle competition.
The UK-based chip designer's ex-president Tudor Brown warns of the risks of the firm being sold on.
The move will see Uber made available in about 170 towns and cities.
The internal emails from Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google reveal a rare look into how the giants approached acquisitions and other competitive issues over the years.
Fastly reported better-than-expected quarterly results Wednesday afternoon, but the stock is plunging on concern the company is overly reliant on China's TikTok.
A new trailer for Fifa 21 reveals new gameplay features. Newsround takes a look at them.
It was the first time Facebook took down a post by Mr. Trump’s campaign for spreading virus misinformation, but it did not signal a change to the company’s defense of free expression.
Telemedicine companies Livongo and Teladoc relied on lot of Zoom calls and one socially distanced meeting in Detroit, Michigan.
The firm says the move represents its "long-term commitment to Europe".