The telecom giant is leaping into the gigabit wars.

FILE PHOTO: The Verizon logo is seen on one of their retail stores in San Diego, California, U.S. April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo

Fake news, hate speech and foreign interference highlight darker aspects of a medium thought to open up the democratic process.

The federal government’s effort to root out an anonymous critic of President Trump’s immigration policies has sparked an investigation into whether officials abused their authority by demanding that T...

Bose was taking notes on what songs and podcasts its customers were listening to without permission — and selling that information to a data mining company, the lawsuit claims. But Bose says the accusations are inflammatory.

One of Confide's key features doesn't work on Windows desktops, the lawsuit claims.

The company lost nearly 400,000 wireless subscribers in the first six weeks of the year.

At Facebook's annual developers conference, the murder broadcast on Facebook is barely acknowledged.

The head of Alphabet's X lab discusses the importance of killing ideas quickly.

The Switch's Brian Fung spoke with Astro Teller about the big ideas behind X's projects.

Police want to use cell site simulators to find people by redirecting phone signals away from towers. Privacy advocates say that's a search.

Speaking from Facebook's yearly developer conference in San Jose, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke about the video of a killing posted on Facebook April 16, saying "we have a lot more to do" on building community.

We don't know what went wrong with Mike Huckabee's Comcast service. We just know it was like a North Korean missile and worse than the Obama presidency.

The ride-hailing company has not had a great start to the year.

A Cleveland shooting illustrates the dark side of the social-media network’s live-video service.

If you're running newer versions of Windows and are updating your systems regularly, you should be in the clear.

Facebook wants to warn people about fake news, both on- and offline.

T-Mobile, Dish and Comcast were the big winners.

The fast-food chain made an ad to trigger the Google Home. It backfired spectacularly.

Rolling out a feature that users have long asked for could be good for Uber as its reputation has taken a beating over the past several months.

President Trump’s repeal of a 2016 FCC regulation paves the way for Internet service providers to sell your browsing data without your consent. How much is your data worth and how can you protect it?

They are urging the FCC to keep its existing rules despite an agency bid to undo them.

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