Donald Trump may be QAnon's most influential "node," but scientists are developing "infodemiology": mapping the disruption like a disease and experimenting with ways to counter the addiction.
A private non-profit research group seeking to conduct a final phase of clinical trials of MDMA, the main ingredient in the recreational drug ecstasy, got a major boost from Silicon Valley and Wall Street donors.
Pro players' protests; home office tax write-offs; Tech's tax breaks; and more craziness from Larry Kudlow.
We need to be very careful and strategic in how we confront communist China.
President Donald Trump said Facebook, Twitter and other large Silicon Valley tech companies are "100 percent" trying to control every bit of information that Americans receive.
About 84 percent of Big Tech worker donations have gone to Democrats in 2020, a double-digit increase from the 2016 presidential elections.
Scientists created a brain-computer interface to observe the "offline" brain replaying neural firing patterns.
Ben Schwartz and Thomas Middleditch give longform improv its due in the silly, off-beat, spur of the moment Netflix specials.
Yang touted the benefits of a "trickle-up economy" that allows average Americans the ability to reinvest and spend a tiny portion of the profits pulled in by corporations like Amazon and Google.
"Silicon Valley" creators Alec Berg and Mike Judge have broken down the finale's big cameo, teasing TJ Miller's potential reappearance and how they decided on each character's ending.
Silicon Valley wants to do for medicine what it's done for retail, finance and other sectors of modern life. Here's what that digital revolution could mean for you.
"Silicon Valley" is back on HBO for a final season that builds on the twists and turns of Season 5 as PiperNet finally launched.
The actor said swinging has "saved" his marriage.
Trump said he will instruct the Justice Department to work with Silicon Valley social media companies to create software that "detects" potential mass shooters.
Only 50 percent of adults think tech companies have a positive impact on society, compared with 71 percent just four years ago.
Brexit is exasperating for the majority of UK-based entrepreneurs. But perhaps the new economy will bring opportunities as well as challenges.
Historian and author Margaret O'Hara examines how Facebook not only facilitated opportunities for greater human connection, but also transformed the political landscape.
Fox News took on the social ramifications of Instagram hiding 'likes' in several countries, with a pair of live audience members fearing the move is "too politically correct" and "another way" to censor conservatives.
"A Googler who was in Charleston 1295 [a Google office] on Thursday, April 4, has been diagnosed with measles," Google in-house doctor David Kaye said, noting that this "is just a precaution."
Donald Trump Jr. penned an op-ed for The Hill Sunday evening complaining that "Big Tech" companies are "censoring" conservatives, claiming algorithms penalized the right-wing terms "SJW" and "Red Pill" among others.
Troy Good, a San Jose resident, is paying the cats' rent after his daughter went to college.
Jones joined Roger Stone in crashing the Washington congressional hearing on "bias" within Silicon Valley and screamed phrases including, "Google is evil!"
Ron Paul said Silicon Valley social media giants like Facebook and Twitter are censoring "antiwar activists and libertarians" because tech companies are just extensions of the U.S. government.
Shares in the social-networking platform plummeted by as much as 24 percent on Wednesday.
Seventy-two percent of Americans on either side of the aisle say they think it is likely that social media companies "intentionally censor political viewpoints that those companies find objectionable."
Sandwiched between a promise to protect Mexico's election and the announcement of a gaming platform was a notification that a bug had impacted 14 million users.
The law enforcement threats were made by Lime scooters, but the company says new models no longer use the 'anti-theft' feature.
Former CEO of Reddit and board director at Flipboard, Ellen K. Pao, took to Twitter Wednesday to challenge fellow Silicon Valley executives to address a malicious subgroup of young men potentially within their ranks.