Tech

Wozniak said the Apple Card gave him 10 times the credit limit his wife received.
The New York Department of Financial Services plans to investigate the sex bias alleged in a series of now-viral tweets.
Early speculation of the giant government defense contract suggested it would go to Amazon.
“He’s rewriting history," Rep. Ruben Gallego of Arizona told The Washington Post.
For deep-state conspiracy theorists, 8chan's return could bring “the second coming” of QAnon.
The billionaire Salesforce CEO denounced the social media company for refusing to take down fake political ads.
YouTube's algorithm is designed to keep you watching for as long as possible, even if that means pushing out increasingly extreme content for you to binge.
Stunned fans of the massive game watched for hours, waiting for something else to happen.
The tech company said the app violated its rules because it was used to ambush police and by criminals who used it to victimize residents in areas with no law enforcement.
The gaming behemoth also pulled prize money from Hearthstone player Chung "Blitzchung" Ng Wai.
The video giant declined to remove an Atomwaffen Division video when it was first reported last week.
The Facebook CEO spoke of his candid comments about Sen. Elizabeth Warren and demands by Attorney General William Barr on encryption of messaging apps.
Workers at the fundraising platform went public with their union campaign in March.
Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas.
No, Justin Bieber won’t donate $10,000 if you follow this Instagram account.
In August, an appellate judge ruled against Facebook in a case claiming the tech company is illegally collecting and storing biometric data.
Twitch star Kaitlyn "Amouranth" Siragusa's photos kept getting removed from Instagram. Then came the demands for money.
The false claims go back to at least 2012 when Facebook changed its terms of service.
The report, authored by former Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.), was commissioned in response to claims that the social media platform suppresses conservative views.
The social media giant said it shut down more than 200,000 accounts suspected of being part of a Chinese government influence campaign targeting the protests.