Trump to Go Back to Facebook; Some Juries Might Not Let Him
Over the next 87 days, the Oversight Board will rule on where Former President Donald Trump can return to Facebook and reconnect to millions of followers.
Silicon Valley Tech to Move to Hospitable Tax Regulatory State
Silicon Valley Tech has decided to head on to Miami and Austin, Texas. Mayor seeks to persuade them to a more business-friendly climate promised in Miami.
Elon Musk to Throw $100 Million Prize for Twitter Followers with 'Best' Carbon Capture Tech
Tesla CEO and billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk took to his Twitter account to announce that he will give a $100 million prize for developing the "best" technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions.
Addam App: Tinder-Style App in Australia With Unique Feature for Parents Wannabe
A new Tinder-style application from Australia has been launched by a fertility company for couples and singles dreaming of becoming parents.
Big Tech: Biden, Urged to Ban Facial Recognition Technology, Protect Consumer's Online Privacy
Big tech hoped to dodge an immediate crackdown under President Joe Biden’s administration as regulation slips on his list of priorities.
US Navy to Start Fabricating First Constellation Frigate with Shipyard Expansion
New ships of the US Navy will start with the building of the first constellation frigate this year. Modern ship designs are needed to replace older boats like Arleigh-Burke destroyers.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Regains World's Richest Person Title, Replacing Tesla CEO Elon Musk
Amazon CEO and Founder Jeff Bezos regained his title as the World's richest person days after Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk got the position.
Apple Temporarily Closes Over 20 Retail Locations Due to Surge in COVID-19 Cases
Apple will temporarily close more than 20 of its retail stores in North Carolina, Georgia, and Texas as the COVID-19 cases continue surging in the said states.
Tech Giants Join Forces To Create Digital COVID-19 Vaccination Passport
Health and technology groups are working together to develop a digital COVID-19 vaccination passport to allow airlines, businesses, and countries to see if a person received the vaccine.
Biden Launches New Twitter Account, Clashes With Twitter's Decision
Upon President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, he will take command of the @POTUS and @WhiteHouse Twitter accounts in an official bequeathing of power.
Report: Google is Under Fire for Running Experiments of Removing Australian News Sites
Google is on fire after it removing some local news content in Australia from its search results as part of an “experiment.”
US Navy Wants Multiple Missiles, Lasers Installed on the Navy New Frigate
Next on the Navy's new Frigate, the US Navy will have more missiles and even laser weapons installed on the vessel. Aging ships of the US naval force need a refresh of its warships facing stiff competition from America’s adversaries.
Why Intel CEO Bob Swan Is Stepping Down From His Position, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger To Replace Him
Intel CEO Bob Swan will step down and will be replaced by VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger, the company announced on Wednesday.
Facebook Hires Civil Rights Vice-President; a Former Obama Administration Worker
Facebook announced its first-ever vice president for civil rights on Monday. Facebook made its promise in July last year that it would be hiring a civil rights leader.
Twitter Shares Drop by 12 Percent After Permanently Suspending Trump
Twitter's share dropped 12 percent on Monday following the social media giant's permanent suspension of President Donald Trump and a series of other conservatives.