Over a thousand people gather near Google's California headquarters
Facebook answers questions about its process and efforts to detect what it calls ‘coordinated inauthentic behavior’ by accounts pretending to be US and UK citizens
With billions at stake, Saudi controversy prompts Silicon Valley to ponder: Who are my investors?
Spurred by European and California laws, some congressional leaders are talking about ‘Internet Bill of Rights’
'Juicers' comb the city looking to 'harvest' scooters and charge them back at home, earning $6 to $10 per scooter
Facebook’s birthday request feature raises more than $300 million for charities in its first year
As social media companies begin moderating content, they face hard decisions
Citing national security concerns, Pentagon, lawmakers scrutinize foreign investors backing US artificial intelligence, robotics and other key technology projects
Chinese student to work as international program coordinator at UC Berkeley
Company will not bring its AI expertise to technologies that are 'likely to cause overall harm'
With 'Screen Time,' parents will be able to moderate their children's on-screen time, as well as their own