A day after a congressional antitrust hearing, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, and Facebook reported a combined $28.6 billion in profit this quarter.
The CEOs talked a lot about America and its possibilities, but it is undeniable that their actions are undermining what they claim to celebrate.
When pressed by Congress, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said it would keep working with cops despite protests from employees.
A leading antitrust crusader revealed she was getting paid by companies facing antitrust scrutiny by federal and state authorities, as well as her own antitrust research project.
Tens of thousands of workers will stage a massive work stoppage on July 20 to demand that corporations and the government confront systemic racism and police brutality.
Yang's Data Dividend Project aims to put a little money in Americans' pockets in exchange for their data, but experts say it will likely be ineffectual and entrench existing power dynamics.
Some argue that this benefit provides yet another way for women to have a career and family. Others see it as just part of a solution to a problem not yet solved.
“We must not lurch toward the dystopian world of Aldous Huxley’s 'Brave New World' or George Orwell’s '1984'," said a California senator.
The Google affiliate tried to sell Canada's biggest city on robotic package delivery and heated sidewalks alongside unprecedented data collection, and now it's gone the way of many an abandoned Google project.
It doesn't really work, has serious privacy issues, and might be illegal. Other than that, five stars!
Security researcher and artist Claudio Guarnieri setup a device to see just how congested the Bluetooth space really is.