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“It’s kind of embarrassing,” he says of his journey down a long rabbit hole — and out again.

State and federal investigators are expected to file antitrust charges against Facebook as soon as November, according to four people familiar with the matter, embarking on a massive legal challenge against the tech giant and its perceived ironclad grip over social media.

Some of the sample the spacecraft collected on Tuesday has kept a lid from closing properly, allowing the material to leak.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials are refusing to tell members of Congress what gives them the legal right to use cellphone location data to track people inside the country without a warrant.

From misinformation to fast-changing maps, here’s how to understand election results and navigate social media.

With excellent, eerie atmosphere and a new way to ward off enemies, "Little Nightmares II" shows a lot of promise.

The promise of faster downloads isn’t a good reason to buy the new iPhone. But if you haven’t upgraded in years, the camera might be.

The appeals court said Uber and Lyft had 30 days from an expected later filing to come into compliance.

TikTok hopes to reduce violating videos by better explaining its rules.

The investigation began last year after Facebook was fined $5 billion as part of a privacy probe.

More than 400 companies are seeking to join the anti-Apple coalition, a remarkable outpouring against Apple. For years, developers were reluctant to say anything negative about the tech giant, but that is changing.

The suit filed Thursday in San Francisco Superior Court takes aim at what the plaintiffs called a "constant barrage" of pro-Proposition 22 messages that Uber drivers face on the job.

Tesla is forging ahead with “Full Self-Driving” despite skepticism among some safety advocates about whether Tesla’s technology is ready — and whether the rest of the world is ready for cars that drive themselves.

The move could compel Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey to testify at a hearing exploring their social media sites' content-moderation practices, ramping up the war between Republicans in Washington and tech giants in Silicon Valley less than two weeks before the election.

Entitled “Prologue: The Gathering Storm,” this first update is a prelude, of sorts, for what’s planned to come in “Spellbreak.”

Democrats and left-leaning groups are turning to Twitch and video gamers in an effort to turn out young voters on Election Day.

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The ultra-luxury pickup starts at $112,595, has 1,000 horsepower and can go zero to 60 in three seconds. And it has a "crab walk mode."

The emails claimed to be from the Proud Boys, a far-right group supportive of President Trump, but appeared instead to be a deceptive campaign making use of a vulnerability in the organization’s online network.

The congresswoman innately understands streaming as an entertainment medium.

A look inside the big U.S. government antitrust lawsuit against Google for its search practices.

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