European officials are investigating whether Amazon's growing third-party marketplace is giving it an unfair leg up.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has come to occupy a prominent role as one of Silicon Valley's savviest political operators -- a behind-the-scenes Trump whisperer who's been able to shape some of the administration's economic policies in ways that benefit Apple and some of its tech peers.
Facebook said Thursday it would expand its efforts to scan photos and videos uploaded to the social network for evidence that they've been manipulated, as lawmakers sound new alarms that foreign adversaries might try to spread misinformation through fake visual content.
A leaked video of Google executives trying to console employees who were upset after the election of President Trump has infuriated conservatives, who say the remarks illustrate the search giant's political bias and should prompt regulators to take a close look at the company.
The probe focuses on Google's alleged practice of recording location data about Android device owners even when they believe they have opted out of such tracking.
Google is a political powerhouse with deep pockets and close ties to some of the government regulators who oversee the company. But the search giant still has managed to unite warring Democrats and Republicans in frustration in recent weeks.
President Trump on Saturday took aim at Apple after the tech giant said that the White House's proposed tariffs on China could result in price hikes on popular consumer devices like AirPods, the company's wireless headphones, and the Apple Watch.
The absence of invitations is prompting criticism that the Trump administration's inquiry is a politically charged attack on the tech industry.
Twitter said Thursday it had "permanently suspended" conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his website, Infowars, for sharing a series of abusive tweets and videos, including verbal attacks on a reporter that Jones live-streamed outside of a congressional hearing the day before.
In a pair of predawn tweets, the president said Google was silencing conservative media. The company said its searches aren't politically biased.