Tech giant Google is facing yet another privacy issue after vulnerabilities were revealed in the company's Google Nest Cam IQ indoor security camera which could allow hackers to hijack the device.
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Facebook recently spoke with Axios, revealing a number of plans to promote news outlets on its platform including the creation of a "News Tab" featuring outlets handpicked by Facebook, changing how millions of people receive news.
Shortly after receiving criticism for allowing Chinese-government run state media to advertise on its platform, Twitter has banned all state-controlled media outlets from advertising.
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly told President Trump in a conversation that tariffs on China could hurt Apple and help companies such as Samsung.
Twitter has accepted advertising from China's largest state news agency attacking pro-democracy protesters. The ads, known as "promoted tweets," call the Hong Kong protests "blatant violence."
Amazon's "FC Ambassadors" program, designed to spread positive messages about the company on social media, has appeared to backfire on the e-commerce giant as a thread about working conditions at Amazon fulfillment centers went viral.
Tech giant Facebook failed to warn users about the risks attached to its single sign-on tool despite taking steps to protect employees from dangers, according to a lawsuit.
A former Google employee sent a memo before leaving the tech giant in which he claims to have been subjected to racism as a black person working for the Masters of the Universe.
A recently published report byWired gives an insight into the turmoil within tech giant Google over the past three years.
According to a test by the ACLU, Amazon's facial recognition system incorrectly identified one in five California lawmakers were incorrectly identified as criminals by the software.
A Google whistleblower has gone public with claims of election manipulation and political bias, according to investigative journalism group Project Veritas, which posted a trove of over 950 documents provided by Google insider Zachary Vorhies.
Despite claims that Facebook was listening in on its users previously being dismissed as "conspiracy theories," Mark Zuckerberg's company recently admitted that it has been doing exactly that — listening to audio recordings of its users, using the excuse that Amazon, Apple, Google, and Microsoft do the same thing.
Employees at Whole Foods are reportedly demanding that the grocery store's parent company, Amazon, cut ties with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Peter Thiel's Palantir.
Google's job listing search tool has grown rapidly in popularity in recent months, but 23 rival job-finding sites are questioning the antitrust implications of the service.
Google's video-sharing platform YouTube removed footage of CNN host Chris Cuomo's altercation with a man who called him "Fredo" for violating the site's "bullying and harassment" policy.
A recent report alleges that a Tesla vehicle burst into flames after colliding with a tow truck in Moscow, Russia. Reports indicate that the driver had the Tesla Model 3's autopilot engaged.
An exclusive report from Vice News claims that researchers have discovered that 35 critical U.S. election systems have been connected to the Internet for months despite manufacturers and election officials claiming that the machines are never online.
Tech giant Facebook is reportedly facing billions of dollars in potential damages as a federal appeals court rejected the firm's argument to halt a class action lawsuit relating to the storing of biometric data of millions of users.
According to a recent report from China Labor Watch, at least 1,000 Chinese school-aged teenagers are being recruited to work long and often illegal hours as "interns" at factories producing Amazon Alexa devices.
A recent report from Bloomberg claims that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) may be preparing a formal investigation into Elon Musk's Tesla over the company's driver-assistance Autopilot system.
Tech giant Apple is reportedly taking further steps to prevent iPhone owners from having their products independently repaired by locking iPhone software so it displays a battery warning message for an independently replaced battery — even if an original Apple battery is used.
Social media company Twitter has admitted that an internal bug in its ad targeting system means that the site shared user data with advertising partners without consent.
In a recentWall Street Journalop-ed, radio host and founder of PragerU, Dennis Prager, explains why it's important to hold tech companies accountable for censorship.
According to recent reports, Elon Musk's Las Vegas underground tunnel is already showing its limitations as the Boring Company prepares to unveil it for CES in 2021.
According to recent reports from Facebook and CrowdTangle, Breitbart News dominated Facebook during Wednesday's second Democratic debate, with six of the top 11 posts from media organizations on the platform.
Silicon Valley giant and Google parent company Alphabet recently overtook Apple to become the richest company in America when measured by cash and liquid assets, with more than $117 billion in the bank.
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly in talks to acquire a 26 percent stake in a massive Indian retailer allowing the company to dominate a $200 billion market.
According to a recent report, Facebook has become one step closer to developing a working brain-computer interface, capable of reading users' thoughts.
A recent report on delivery service DoorDash's tip-skimming practices have resulted in a class-action lawsuit seeking all the of the tips that didn't go to drivers as customers intended.
Breitbart News senior tech reporter Allum Bokhari recently appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss how Google's YouTube search results were manually manipulated based on tweets by a left-wing TV show host.
According to a recent report, Chinese tech manufacturer Huawei and Silicon Valley giant Google were working together on a new home smart device before the government placed restrictions on doing business with Huawei.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI 2nd District) stated in a recent interview with Tucker Carlson that she wants her lawsuit against Google to highlight the "unchecked power" of Big Tech.
According toWashington PostAI and algorithm reporter Drew Harwell, Fox News, Breitbart News, and President Donald Trump dominated the social media news cycle on the day of Robert Mueller's testimony before Congress.
Google has reportedly settled a class-action lawsuit alleging widespread age discrimination against over-40 job applicants at the company for $11 million.
A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them filled with trackers from major tech firms, including Google and Facebook.
The E.U. has launched an antitrust investigation of e-commerce giant Amazon which could see the company fined as much as $23 billion.
Google VP: Thousands of Employees Calling Black Woman Unworthy of 'Inclusion' Are Statistically Insignificant
Google executive Karan Bhatia testified Tuesday that thousands of company employees declaring a black conservative woman's perspective unworthy of "inclusion" was not a problem, because Google has nearly 100,000 employees worldwide.
During a recent senate hearing, Sen. Marsha Blackburn(R-TN) grilled Google'svice president of global government affairs and public policy on online censorship, particularly singling out attempts to censor Breitbart News.
A new report claims that Tesla employees worked through harsh condition and took shortcuts such as using electrical tape to patch cracks to meet Elon Musk's Model 3 production goals.
Auto manufacturers Ford and the Volkswagen Group have announced plans to strengthen their global alliance and release an electric vehicle by 2023. Much to Elon Musk and Tesla's dismay, VW CEO Herbert Diess explained their goal is to "turn the electric car from a niche product into a mass phenomenon.
Fed Chairman Jerome Powell has stated that Facebook's digital currency Libra cannot be allowed to operate until concerns about the project are addressed.
A new report claims that Silicon Valley tech giant Google has been employing outside contractors to listen in on the voice recordings of its Google Assistant users without their knowledge.
Apple's anti-Google ad campaign has taken another shot at its Masters of the Universe rival with a huge billboard boasting the company's privacy record — located directly across the street from Google's sister company Sidewalk Labs.
According to a recent report, approximately four out of five people identified by the London Metropolitan Police's facial recognition system as possible suspects are totally innocent.
Apple approved an important update to the Parler social media app last night following a delay of a week, which Parler attributes to the tech giant's questioning of the platform's free speech values.
Popular knitting community website Ravelry has reportedly banned the support of President Donald Trump on its platform. The company says that President Trump promotes "open white supremacy," and states that while users can support Trump, "you just can't talk about it here.
A recent investigation by Project Veritas revealed a number of insights into how executives at Google think about regulation and shed light on lies told by Google CEO Sundar Pichai before Congress.
During a recent conference, the CEO of Bank of America expressed the company's desire to transition to a "cashless society."
A recent lawsuit is alleging that Amazon's voice-controlled Alexa devices violate laws by recording children's voices without their parent's consent.
Social media platform Twitter has reportedly temporarily suspended the account of investigative journalism group Project Veritas following its publication of internal documents from Silicon Valley company Pinterest.
According to a recent report, Tesla's rankings at job websites have dropped significantly following a series of layoffs and cost-cutting measures at the company, indicating a drop in morale amongst Elon Musk's employees.
Leftist Ars Technica journalist and male feminist Peter Bright has been arrested for soliciting sex from a minor online. According to the FBI, Bright sought sex with a 7-year-old and a 9-year-old.
YouTube has reportedly begun removing historical and educational videos relating to the Nazi regime as a result of a campaign by leftist Vox journalist and Youtube censorship advocate Carlos Maza.
In a series of tweets posted to its own platform, Twitter outlined a number of changes to its rules and policies. Users were skeptical that the company would enforce them fairly.
The Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe at Google are reportedly attempting to maintain business ties with Chinese tech giant Huawei despite the company's addition to the entity list by the U.S.
A recent report from MarketWatch claims that ahead of suspected antitrust investigations into Silicon Valley, tech giants may have to reveal to users how much their data is worth.
The Masters of the Universe are in for a higher level of scrutiny than they are used to as the DOJ and the FTC prepare to investigate major Silicon Valley tech giants.
"These accounts were not mass reported by the Chinese authorities - this was a routine action on our part" said Twitter.
Cryptocurrency analysts have made poor predictions for the performance of Facebook's new GlobalCoin cryptocurrency set to launch in 2020.
Elon Musk's Los Angeles Boring Company tunnel, which was linked to his ambitious Hyperloop project, is now just a normal small tunnel as according to Musk, "this is simple and just works.
Author Scott Adams stated in a recent video that President Donald Trump has "no chance of re-election" due to the power of the social media Masters of the Universe to shut down conservatives.
Mark Zuckerberg's social media giant Facebook reportedly plans to release its own cryptocurrency in 2020 called "GlobalCoin."
Anti-Trump twins Brian and Ed Krassenstein, who have made a name for themselves online by trolling President Donald Trump with a constant barrage of tweets, have been banned from Twitter over allegations of operating "multiple fake accounts.
A recent report claims that electric car manufacturer Tesla's new cost-cutting measures include no longer ordering toilet paper for the company's facilities. Some employees are reportedly bringing their own toilet paper to work with them.
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly developing a newvoice-activated wearable device that can detect human emotions from the sound of your voice.
Amazon shareholders recently rejected a proposal which called for more diversity of thought on the company's board and further representation of conservative viewpoints throughout Jeff Bezos' e-commerce giant.
Citizens for Corporate Accountability has taken out a full-page advertisement out in the Seattle Times calling on e-commerce giant Amazon to drop its association with the far-left SPLC pressure group.
In a recent article, Bloomberg suggests that the dangers of social media be publicized and discussed openly, rather than antitrust measures being introduced to control social media firms.
Shares of Elon Musk's Tesla plummeted last week following a fatal car crash involving the company's autopilot system.
A former Tesla engineer's lawsuit has accused Elon Musk's company of attempting to "silence" its employees.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg revealed in a recent interview with CBS This Morning that the social media giant is working with the FBI and Homeland Security ahead of the 2020 U.S.
A recent report claims that tech giant Facebook has struggled to hire new talent to the firm following its recent series of user data scandals.
A recent study by the Consumer Technology Association has found that 31 percent of American households now own a smart speaker device, with Amazon and Google leading the charge.
In a recent interview, Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard called out the social media Masters of the Universe for acts of censorship and lack of actual free speech on their platforms.
Facebook-owned social media platform Instagram is reportedly planning to test the removal of the "like" count on photos, so users focus on content instead of "popularity."
The Masters of the Universe at Facebook have banned multiple conservative personalities from its platform, including the personal account of Infowars host Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, Laura Loomer, and Milo Yiannopoulos.
Breitbart News recently spoke with the CEO of the privacy-focused social media platform Parler about the company's plans and what makes Parler different from Big Tech's social media platforms.
Facebook-owned site Instagram removed a post by wounded Army veteran Omar Avila featuring a picture of Avila with Donald Trump Jr. for allegedly violating the social media platform's guidelines.
The Marriott hotel chain has plans to compete with Airbnb in the home-rental market with a new business launching in the coming year.
Tesla recently stated that the company may seek "alternative sources" of financing but believes cash generated from car sales may be enough to fund investments and pay back debts over the next year.
The senior associate dean at the Yale School of Management called Tesla's recent first-quarter loss "catastrophic" and pointed the blame at Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Social media website Twitter has reportedly severed ties with the left-wing Southern Poverty Law Center which previously operated as one of the site's "safety partners."
Following the blaze that devastated the 850-year-old Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris, it has been revealed that the interior of the building was fully 3D-mapped by a researcher, which may help in the restoration of the building.
Many users of the popular Amazon Alexa voice assistants may not be aware that Amazon employees listen to device recordings — here's how to disable that intrusion by strangers spread around the world.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson published an op-ed recently in which he states that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's true sin was stopping Hillary Clinton from becoming President.
Tech giant Google has apologized for labeling the pro-life filmUnplanned as "propaganda" on its search engine.
Tech giant Microsoft has reportedly been working on artificial intelligence research with a Chinese military-run university, recent reports claim that the research could be used for both surveillance and censorship.
Tech giant Facebook has caved to pressure from the European Commission and has agreed to revise its terms to better explain how the site utilizes user data to reap massive profits.
Elon Musk's Tesla saw a sharp drop in its share price Thursday as the company announced first-quarter car deliveries that fell well below expectations.
Thousands of Employees at tech giant Google have reportedly signed an open letter protesting the inclusion of conservatives on Google's new A.I. ethics council.
According to a recent report from Reveal News, Elon Musk's Tesla left factory injuries off of official reports, to make its factories seem safer for workers than they really are.
Tech giant Facebook has reportedly been charged with housing discrimination by HUD based on ads that allegedly violate the Fair Housing Act. HUD Secretary Ben Carson said,“Facebook is discriminating against people based upon who they are and where they live.
Employees at Google are once again unhappy with the company after the appointment of conservative Kay Cole James to the company's newly formed A.I. advisory council.
TheWall Street Journal published an article recently which outlines how New Zealand and Australia are pushing for harsher regulation of Facebook following the recent Christchurch shooting.
Jewish-Australian military veteran Avi Yemini claims that Facebook has banned him from its platform following his publishing of an exposé on Comedy Central comedian Jim Jefferies.
Tesla shares traded at a five-month low this week after analysts atRBC Capital Markets lowered their target for the stock while CEO Elon Musk stated that vehicle prices would increase.
A recent report from CNBC provides some insight into the sort of money that young interns are being paid at major tech firms, including the fact that Facebook interns make $96,000 a year, nearly double the median salary in America.
Google has expressed its regret over a "minor glitch" that caused the value of the Ghanaian currency, thecedi, to drop significantly.
Google has expressed its regret over a "minor glitch" that caused the value of the Ghanian currency, thecedi, to drop significantly.