TechCrunch found that Facebook had been paying people to install a research app that grants access to all of the user’s phone and web activity. Following the report, Apple said the app violates its policies.

A FaceTime bug lets you listen to someone you’re trying to call even if they haven’t picked up.

Apple said it spent $60 billion on American component suppliers in 2018, up 10 percent from 2017.

The layoffs were billed internally as a restructuring under Titan’s relatively new leadership.

Apple’s 2020 lineup of iPhones are likely to ditch LCD displays completely in favor of OLED, according to The Wall Street Journal.

The U.S. Justice Department reportedly will pursue a criminal case against Chinese tech giant Huawei for alleged trade secrets theft.

Huawei’s CEO praised President Trump on Tuesday. But his daughter, the company’s CFO, was arrested and faces extradition to the U.S.

Airbnb claims a second straight year of EBITDA profitability, and expects to hit 500 million guest arrivals by the end of the first quarter this year.

Even if Amazon leads the cloud market, it’s not the top player in gaming.

Samsung announced it will hold an event on February 20, where it’s expected to unveil its next flagship phone, the Galaxy S10.

Robert Frank reports on Bezos’ divorce, which could be one of the most expensive splits ever.

Roku surged 25 percent on Monday after releasing preliminary viewership numbers for its fourth quarter 2018.

The S&P 500 tech sector has never outperformed the S&P 500 when Apple fell more than 30 percent, Bank of America Merrill Lynch says.

Tesla delivered fewer vehicles than expected during the fourth quarter despite efforts to ramp up production. Shares fell in morning trading.

Tesla’s board has historically been tightly linked to its CEO and includes, among others, his brother Kimbal Musk.