Technology

Julia Boorstin reports on the Congressional hearing on how tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter treat extremist content.

Reviewers appreciate much about Tesla’s lowest-priced car, but point out some issues with its design and execution.

Would you get inside a car with no steering wheels or pedals. General Motors thinks you would.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the News Feed will start prioritizing “meaningful social interactions” versus “relevant content.”

Julia Boorstin reports the highlights from the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show.

GoPro has reportedly hired J.P. Morgan Chase to help seek a potential sale.

The index is on pace for its sixth straight positive year.

The telecom giant said it would give more than 200,000 U.S. union members a special bonus of $1,000.

There were more than 7 million complaints about violations to the U.S. “Do Not Call” registry this year, a big surge.

The Zenplace robot is a roving screen showing a live person in another location.

Facebook rejects claims by former executive Chamath Palihapitiya that the site is “ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.”

“The tools that we have created today are starting to erode the social fabric,” the Golden State Warriors co-owner says.

The multiyear partnership announced on Monday will let fans on any mobile carrier watch NFL games on their smartphones.

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will launch three new iPhones next year with much larger batteries than current models.

The Justice Department is demanding CNN or DirecTV be sold as condition for the AT&T, Time Warner deal approval.