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Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren slammed Mark Zuckerberg for his remarks on free speech and said Facebook is spreading lies that could impact the 2020 e...
The Democratic presidential candidates criticized Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for using freedom of expression as a defense for Facebook's policies.
Google Maps is rolling out a new feature that will let users with any type of smartphone easily report the location of police speed traps.
TikTok hired former US lawmakers to review its content policies after facing backlash and accusations of censorship
Video-sharing platform TikTok is bringing on two former members of Congress to review its content moderation policies.
Google’s next Pixelbook laptop shown off in massive video leak just days before the October 15 event
Google's Pixel 4 has already been leaked to a comical extent, and now a hands-on video of a prototype of the upcoming Pixelbook Go Chromebook is out.
Google said it wasn’t responding to a request by the Chinese government or police when it pulled a game about the Hong Kong protests from its ap...
Google denied that it pulled the game from the Play Store because of a takedown request from the Chinese government or Hong Kong police.
People are mourning the loss of Instagram’s Following tab, which let users snoop on partners and keep tabs on celebrities
Instagram is phasing out its Following tab, which let users see what their friends and acquaintances were liking and who they were following.
Facebook released an app for Instagram called Threads that's made for quick photo-sharing and instant-messaging with those on your Close Friends list.
Apple’s new Mac update won’t support a handful of apps, but there’s an easy way to see which of yours are incompatible
MacOS Catalina only supports "64-bit" versions of apps, and there's a good way to check if your apps will work with the new update.
The next great mental health app will look like Pokemon Go, according to a Silicon Valley psychologist
Some mental health apps have incorporated aspects of gaming, and one Silicon Valley psychologist thinks they're the future of healthcare.
Instagram is discontinuing its Following Activity tab, a feature that let people easily see which posts their friends were liking.