Instead of offloading the Trump ban onto the Oversight Board, the responsibility landed right back in chief executive Mark Zuckerberg’s hands.
Twitter took down an account this week that was created to repost Trump's website statements.
The league issued a statement Thursday, seeking to resolve the issue.
Scientists say the risk of debris from the 22-metric-ton rocket stage hitting people or causing property damage is extremely low.
- Consumer Tech
Apple knows its tiny new lost-item tracker could empower domestic abuse but doesn’t do enough to stop it.
The flight comes after NASA awarded SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract to develop Starship to land astronauts on the moon.
Melinda French Gates will have the opportunity to set her own philanthropic course after her divorce from Bill Gates.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, reversing a lower court, allows the lawsuit to proceed against the maker of Snapchat.
Nintendo is getting into game development lessons with a new title called "Game Builder Garage." It differs in important ways from Unity or Roblox, however.
The panel faulted the social network for making a hasty decision without clear criteria and told Facebook to reevaluate the decision within six months.
Trump is still banned, for now, and Facebook has a ticking clock.
- Launcher Reviews
They made Resident Evil weird again.
The Facebook Oversight Board’s decision on Trump's account is expected within days. He was indefinitely banned from the social media site in January.
Evidence submitted for the case gives the public unprecedented insight into Epic's strategy and finances.
- Launcher News
Physically disabled gamers can set the terms of how they engage other players.
The storied message board, a consistent source of meme fodder, is shutting down after 15 years.
Facebook’s decision to outsource the future of Trump’s account to an independent Oversight Board stems from a tortured relationship with the former president. It could set new precedents for how social media companies handle politicians globally, and reshape the balance between free speech and harm.
The Gateses will continue to run their foundation, one of the world’s largest, even after their divorce.
The biggest antitrust trial involving a technology giant in more than two decades began Monday.