CFRA analyst Tuna Amobi predicts some of the biggest streaming services will break out in a price war amid inflationary pressures.
A QR code scam is hitting Texas. The cities of Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and now the FBI have issued warnings against malicious QR codes that could steal your personal information.
AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. said they agreed to delay their rollout of a new 5G service for two weeks, reversing course after previously declining a request by U.S. transportation officials.
Leadership at the Mountain View, California, tech behemoth circulated a memo that reportedly showed the steps that the company will take before firing employees who are out of compliance with the company’s vaccine policy.
Fintech lenders are increasing their use of AI to go beyond the traditional credit scores and offer personal loans to borrowers with lower credit scores.
Video emerged on social media that showed the CEO of Better.com, a digital mortgage company, informing about 900 employees that they have been terminated.
Spotify has removed the work of hundreds of comedians
Okta CEO Todd McKinnon joins 'The Claman Countdown' to detail how his identity cloud company is rolling with the punches of the pandemic.
When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg touted the company’s plans last month to build a virtual reality “metaverse” to supplant the internet, he proclaimed that users of this platform will be able to do “almost anything” they could imagine.
A Blue Origin astronaut who flew on a Blue Origin rocket with William Shatner has died in a New Jersey plane crash.
Comcast customers reported Xfinity outages in major cities across the U.S. on Tuesday morning.
The global computer chip shortage cut into third-quarter profits at both Ford and General Motors, with both companies having to temporarily close factories
A prominent investor and entrepreneur stirred online debate Wednesday after calling fathers with important jobs “losers” if they take six months of paternity leave for a newborn.
Facebook adopted earlier this year to stop what it calls "harmful communities" from gaining traction on its platform.
Sens. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa., on Thursday unveiled a bill blocking Big Tech companies from promoting their own products over others.
Microsoft said it would shut the Chinese version of LinkedIn after facing challenging internet regulations from the Chinese government
Apple is studying ways to make AirPods into a health device, including enhancing hearing, reading body temperature and monitoring posture
The controversy over what Facebook Inc. has said about social and emotional hazards stemming from its products could become a test of regulators’ growing interest in policing corporate risks that hurt reputations more than profits.
Facebook took down, then reinstated a page run by parents critical of school COVID policies but never explained its actions to the administrators, Jonathan Zacherson, founder of “Reopen California Schools” told Fox Business.
Months before Cristiano Amon started as CEO of Qualcomm Inc., QCOM -1.01% he already was at work on his first crisis. To solve it, he sat in a mostly empty meeting room in Taipei and pleaded with executives from one of the world’s biggest semiconductor makers for more chips.