Indian lawmakers have approved a data protection legislation that “seeks to better regulate big tech firms and penalize companies for data breaches” as several groups expressed concern over citizens’ privacy rights.
The landmark Broadway musical “Hamilton” has landed on Roblox, turning the innovative stage show into an immersive online environment for a new generation.
Video review for double bounces and certain other rulings will be making its Grand Slam tennis debut when main-draw competition begins at the U.S. Open later this month.
WeWork is warning there’s “substantial doubt” about its ability to stay in business over the next year because of its financial losses and its need for cash, among other factors.
An update to Zoom’s terms of service is worrying some online that the company now has permission to use their videos and chat logs for artificial intelligence training with no ability to opt out.
Electric bus, van and truck maker Proterra says it is seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection from a federal court in Delaware.
The U.K.'s election watchdog says hackers may have information on tens of millions of British voters after they got access to electoral registers.
Zoom became a symbol of remote work during the pandemic but the company is now joining a growing return-to-office trend.
The White House held its first-ever cybersecurity “summit” on the ransomware attacks plaguing U.S. schools.
Children in Georgia would need their parents’ permission to create social media accounts if some top Republicans in the state get their way next year. Lt. Gov.
Elon Musk says he may need to get surgery before a proposed “cage match” with Mark Zuckerberg. The two tech billionaires seemingly agreed to an in-person face-off in late June.
Tesla Chief Financial Officer Zachary Kirkhorn has left the company after 13 years with the electric vehicle and solar panel maker.
Toshiba has announced a 2 trillion yen, or $14 billion, tender offer in a move that would take it private, as the scandal-tarnished Japanese electronics and energy giant seeks to turn itself around.
This week’s new entertainment releases include Gal Gadot in the international espionage thriller “Heart of Stone,” the return of the comedy “Only Murders in the Building” on Hulu and “Painkiller,” a new Netflix limited series detailing the rise of opioid use in the United States from various perspec
The Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game franchise says it won’t allow artists to use artificial intelligence technology to draw its cast of sorcerers, druids and other characters and scenery.
Elon Musk says his potential in-person fight with Mark Zuckerberg would be streamed live on his social media site X, formerly known as Twitter.
Social media influencer Kai Cenat is facing charges of inciting a riot and promoting an unlawful gathering in New York City, after the online streamer drew thousands of his followers, many of them teenagers, with promises of giving away electronics, including a new PlayStation.
An Associated Press reporter recalls the first time he took a ride in a car without sitting in the driver’s seat.
State legislatures across the country are rushing to get a handle on fast-evolving artificial intelligence.
On the battlefields of Ukraine, the fog of war plagues soldiers. A related issue afflicts those who are far from the fighting but avid to learn developments in the vast war.
A crowd of thousands of people who gathered in New York City’s Union Square for a popular livestreamer’s hyped giveaway got out of hand, leading to injuries and arrests.
Four new wind farms are being proposed off the New Jersey coast. At least two of them would be more than twice as far out to sea as other projects that have drawn the ire of residents who don’t want to see windmills on the horizon.
A cyberattack has affected computers at hospitals in multiple states, forcing some emergency rooms to close and ambulances to be diverted.
Amazon on Thursday posted better-than-expected revenue and profits for the second quarter, sending its stock higher in after-hours trading.
A judge has ordered criminal charges dropped against the final executive accused of lying about problems building two nuclear reactors in South Carolina that were abandoned without generating a watt of power.
A Russian court has imposed fines on Apple and the host of Wikipedia for failing to remove material deemed to be “false information” about Russia’s military actions in Ukraine.
France’s international news agency, Agence France-Presse, says it’s pursuing a copyright case against X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter, in an effort to secure potential payment for its news content.
China’s internet watchdog has laid out regulations to curb the amount of time children spend on their smartphones, in the latest blow to firms such as Tencent and ByteDance, which run social media platforms and online games.
The latest indictment of Donald Trump alleges the former president conspired to overturn the will of voters and disrupt the peaceful transfer of power.
Amazon-owned Twitch said Wednesday it’s expanding the ban on livestreams of gambling content on the platform.