SpaceX’s president said she believes sexual harassment allegations are false, but “not because I work for Elon.”
Two lesser-known coins, TerraUSD and its sister currency Luna, collapsed, reminding some of the 2008 financial crash.
The tech giant also unveiled its long-anticipated Pixel Watch at its annual developer conference.
“I think that it was a mistake.”
Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal said he looked forward to joining his “‘new’ friend” Musk on his journey.
The Tesla CEO spoke at the TED Live conference hours after he made a formal offer to buy Twitter for $43 billion.
The Sam Altman–founded company Worldcoin says it aims to alleviate global poverty, but so far it has angered the very people it claims to be helping.
Russia’s communications regulator said it blocked Facebook because of “discrimination against Russian media and information resources." Twitter was blocked shortly after.
Google Maps Blocked Edits After People Falsely Claimed It Was Used to Coordinate Russian Air Strikes
Ukrainian-language accounts claimed edits targeted gas stations, schools, and hospitals in cities like Kyiv.
Lyra Health, Which Provides Therapy For Google And Facebook Employees, Is Facing Concerns Over Privacy And Treatment
“This isn’t an assembly line. This is actually people,” said one former therapist.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is betting the company on a "metaverse" that isn't here yet. In the meantime, people around the world are sick of the big blue app.
Newly unredacted claims from a 2020 antitrust lawsuit say that Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai personally approved an allegedly illegal 2018 advertising deal.
One Of The Creators Of Google Glass Is Experimenting With A Smart Retainer For Texting With Your Tongue
The academic project works by having users mouth letters to spell words — without actually speaking them.
The order is the latest in a global rebuke of the controversial tech firm by privacy regulators since BuzzFeed News revealed its use by law enforcement agencies around the world.
The provisional decision comes after a series of BuzzFeed News investigations revealing widespread and sometimes unsanctioned use of the company’s facial recognition software around the world.
The Google-owned video platform has had problems with “dislike mobs” harassing people by deliberately downvoting videos.