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Some states plan to uphold net neutrality principles. How will they know if telecom companies are obeying their own promises?
Former Google engineer Tim Chevalier sued the company, claiming he was fired for sharing politically liberal posts on Google's internal message boards.
An algorithm change apparently designed to keep fake news out is precisely what put a Parkland conspiracy video at the top of YouTube's Trending section.
Kapwing changed the avatar on its customer-service chat widget from a woman to a man, and then a cat. The harassment stopped.
Opinion: Gutting the FCC’s Lifeline program undermines the most vulnerable Americans.
The Defense Department is offering $100,000 for artificial-intelligence algorithms that can identify items such buildings and trucks in satellite images.
Report highlights risks of AI. A robot-turned-assassin?
Startup Fathom Computing thinks optical computing can extend the gains of Moore's Law and light the way to the future of artificial intelligence.
Signers of the Blockchain Inclusive and Diversity Pledge commit to seek out underrepresented groups for investment, hiring, and mentorship opportunities.
When Facebook ad executive Rob Goldman sounded off about Russia's use of the platform, he went against the company line—and Robert Mueller's indictment.
The president's quote tweet of Facebook executive Rob Goldman misses how the Russians really influenced the election online.
Google released the former senior software engineer last August after he wrote a ten-page memo arguing that biological differences between men and women accounted for the gender disparity in software engineering.
A federal judge from New York ruled that embedding a tweet containing an image in a webpage could be considered copyright infringement.
In an excerpt from a new book on Snapchat, Billy Gallagher explains how Facebook fought back against a tiny rival's challenge.
Google started blocking the web's worst ads in Chrome on Thursday. Here's what it means for you.
Rivalry among established Chinese companies and US startups has intensified into a trash-talking land grab involving electric scooters and electric bikes.
Mystro gives ride-share drivers more leverage and says it can increase drivers' earnings by 30 percent.
Equally notable are the experts Facebook did not consult: Two large nonprofits say they weren’t informed about the app until weeks or days before its debut.
A new survey shows that California residents—and the Bay Area specifically—has had it up to here with Big Tech.
Leaders behind Silicon Prairie, Silicon Shire, and Silicon Holler say they see the flaws in the nation's tech hub, and hope to avoid the same mistakes.