Expect a position “shortly,” Steven Mnuchin told a Senate appropriations subcommittee.
Blue Apron's co-founder will be transitioning to a new role as the company continues to struggle on the stock market.
- The Switch
The very few people still using Google+ really love it
Others that could be in the scrum include AT&T, Facebook, Netflix and Verizon.
Microsoft is keeping its Paint program after an outpouring of fan support.
The company behind the Roomba envisions selling maps of your home to tech giants.
Regulatory and anti-competitive questions dog the company.
The new tactics arrive as firm faces more pressure to combat online hatred.
Apple wants everyone to like Siri. Everyone — it seems — likes Dwayne “the Rock” Johnson. Therefore, it makes sense to show the Rock liking Siri.
The party is taking a tougher approach to broadband competition.
The 32-year-old graphic-editing program is officially marked as deprecated, meaning it will be in the fall update but is no longer being actively updated and could be phased out at some point.
The virtual tour allows users to peek into areas where astronauts eat, exercise, work and even bathe.
- The Switch
A conference call is better than the Switch's voice chat.
Experts say it may be the first time virtual reality was used to separate twins conjoined at the heart.
The company will partner with automakers to put driverless cars on the road.
A hacker used a fish tank to hack into a casino, which could change the way IoT technology is handled by businesses.
Google outspent every other company on federal lobbying, and Uber spent more than it ever has in a single quarter.
Revenue grew 13 percent during the quarter ending in June.
"Our work here will never, ever be done,” said Del Harvey, Twitter's head of trust and safety.
A flaw in WiFi chips has Apple publishing a vital security update.