Apple is watching the looters who have pillaged its stores during the protests.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg isn’t budging over his refusal to take action on inflammatory posts by President Donald Trump that spread misinformation about voting by mail and, many said, encouraged violence against protesters.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted, "We'll continue to point out incorrect or disputed information about elections globally."
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University analyzed more than 200 million tweets discussing coronavirus or COVID-19 since January.
Apple and Google on Wednesday released long-awaited smartphone technology to automatically notify people if they might have been exposed to the coronavirus.
Two Texas women are suing ADT Security Services in a pair of federal lawsuits over a breach that allowed an employee for the security giant to allegedly view footage from indoor security cameras installed in hundreds of homes over several years.
The companies did not disclose financial terms. Citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, Axios said the deal is valued around $400 million.
The app is among a rush of new technologies aiming to help companies bring people back to work safely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Twitter's Jack Dorsey said he wanted to close the digital divide within the Oakland Unified School District, where about 25,000 students do not have adequate access to computers or Wi-Fi.
Twitter announced Monday it will start alerting users when a tweet makes disputed or misleading claims about the coronavirus.
In a series of tweets Saturday morning, Musk announced he would move the company's headquarters and flagship Fremont factory, as well as future programs to Texas and Nevada - out of California.
When your face is covered, the iPhone won't be able to unlock and will vibrate and eventually timeout, then allowing you the option to swipe up to enter your passcode instead.
Footage shows drones creating displays of support for healthcare workers and first responders.
A New Jersey school district on Monday announced it will halt using Zoom, the video conferencing platform, amid an investigation into allegations that a hacker streamed pornography and racist language during an online lesson.
Facebook has banned some pages promoting protests of stay-at-home mandates that challenge the government's advice about social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Some viral challenges on Facebook and Instagram may seem harmless, but police say the information could potentially be used against you.
The idea is to help national governments roll out apps for so-called “contact tracing” that will run on iPhones and Android phones alike.
In an effort to ensure that residents are abiding social distancing, police are using drones to monitor and send warnings to the population.
As tens of millions of people turn to video conferencing to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic, many have reported uninvited guests.
The Federal Communications Commission and the Department of Justice approved the deal last year.