A long-time global climate change alarmist has repented, but his attempt at an apology was dropped off the Forbes website.
The Department of Justice met with state attorneys general last week about a pending case that would focus on Google's dominance of ad technology.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation, once the country’s second-largest natural-gas producer, has declared bankruptcy. After restructuring, it should emerge leaner and more profitable than before.
Users are reporting that the latest update for iOS (the iPhone’s operating system) automatically installed coronavirus contact-tracing software onto their phones.
Once a great magazine that explained complicated scientific and engineering issues in a way that the laymen could understand, Popular Mechanics is now telling vandals how to safely topple statues.
Lead Stories, one of Facebook's fact-checking partners, has a leadership and staff made up largely of Democrat donors and former CNN journalists.
An ardent critic of President Trump, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough nonetheless agrees with the president that Facebook and other Big Tech platforms should be stripped of their protections under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
Scientists are making discoveries that seem to augur for the eventual merger of human biology with machines.
Google went after right-of-center outlets on its ad platform, accusing the sites of racism for highlighting George Soros’ ties to Black Lives Matter.