"I don't think that's the way the railroad should be run," says Apple CEO Tim Cook on Obama administration.
Nine tech executives and Silicon Valley politicians have taken sides so far.
The days of frantically stuffing your soaked smartphone into bowls of rice may be over.
Ad blockers and tech titans clashed over the use of ad-blocking apps at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
"The focus on Uber is a distraction from the availability of guns in the hands of people who perhaps shouldn't have such easy access."
The Department of Justice calls Apple's fight against opening an encrypted smartphone "a public brand marketing strategy."
FCC decided on Thursday to have the potentially industry-changing rule examined over the next few months.
The First Amendment and a less-recognized law from 1789 are the two factors in contention.
Music fans downloaded "The Life of Pablo" more than 500,000 times in the first 24 hours of its release.
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Using motorcycle riders to collect cash payments is one big difference with Pakistani startups.
Recent troubles in Zenefits and Theranos highlight it can use more zen and patience in their approach.
The ENCRYPT Act of 2016 has bipartisan support in Congress.
Marc Andreessen landed himself in hot water on Twitter on Tuesday night.
So far, CEO Jack Dorsey has not been able to deliver on his promise to get Twitter back on track.
Distributors of foam-tipped arrows have significant leverage in LARP warfare for their strategic importance in battle and practicality in not killing people.
Twitter has closed down 125,000 accounts promoting extremism since last year.
Dystopian New York City never looked more beautiful.
Wall Street set up sky-high expectations that even Amazon's best-ever records could not reach.