YouTube removed videos from Rudy Giuliani’s account after he posted content that suggested election fraud as well as “content facilitating the use of nicotine,” a spokesperson said Monday.
Whether it's a phone call, meeting or distance learning, video chatting and conferencing have been so popular during the pandemic. It’s leaving some folks feeling anxious and tired.
Twitter is branching out from advertising to find more ways to make money — both for itself and for its most prolific users, whether those are businesses, celebrities or regular people.
Facebook, following in Google's footsteps, says it plans to invest $1 billion to "support the news industry" over the next three years.
Zoom fatigue is real. Spending so much time online, even if you're talking to friends through video, can make you tired, irritated and emotionally drained.
Apple will reportedly be updating its syringe emoji to mimic what a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine looks like in real life in its latest software release.
The Justice Department has charged three North Korean computer programmers in a broad range of global and destructive hacks, including targeting banks and a movie studio.
The viral moment came when a Texas lawyer appeared as a cat during a virtual court session that was being held on Zoom.
After more than a month offline, the social media platform Parler relaunched using a new web hosting service, the company announced on Monday.
Death threats. Racist abuse. Sexist slurs. And social media accounts allowed to stay active even after spreading bile.
Twitter’s CFO reiterated that former President Donald Trump would not be allowed back on their platform no matter what.
A 90-year-old California man took out two ads in the Wall Street Journal, which set him back over $10,000, to let AT&T’s CEO know about his abysmal internet service speed.
Court documents suggest the FBI may have found a way to access messages on the encrypted messaging app.
Facebook announced Monday it would be launching the "largest worldwide campaign" to combat misinformation surrounding the coronavirus and COVID-19 vaccines.
Parler has terminated CEO John Matze, according to a memo Matze sent to staffers that has been obtained by Fox News.
The Better Business Bureau is warning people to avoid sharing their COVID-19 vaccination cards on social media.
Facebook's Oversight Board is calling for public input regarding the indefinite suspension of former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts.
Robinhood and other online trading platforms moved to restrict trading in GameStop and other stocks that have soared recently due to rabid buying by smaller investors.
Anyone who searches on Facebook for terms related to the Holocaust or Holocaust denial will see a message labeled “Learning about the Holocaust,” which includes a link to read credible information about the Nazi genocide.
Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update to iOS 14.4 ASAP to fix security bugs that may have already been “actively exploited.”