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The social media company said the effects of Apple’s privacy changes had not been as severe for its advertising business as for other companies.
The results easily topped analysts’ forecasts.
Lawmakers pressed the executives on the mounting concerns that their services harm children and teenagers.
The streaming service said it would bid for a nearly 300-acre chunk of Fort Monmouth and it has the support of Gov. Phil Murphy.
The social media giant is making bonkers money. But it aims to turn itself inside out to get more young people.
The results in the latest quarter are a sign of the company’s financial strength as it faces a public relations crisis.
One of the most pressing questions is whether the Securities and Exchange Commission will significantly add to the company’s woes.
An enormous new analysis of the wiring of the fruit fly brain is a milestone for the young field of modern connectomics, scientists say.
The outcome could bring a second unionization vote at an Amazon warehouse in less than a year.
Mr. Chappelle’s special has put Netflix at the center of a conversation involving transphobia, free speech and employee activism.
Blue Origin says it will team up with Sierra Space, Boeing and other companies to build an outpost that could help replace the International Space Station.
A look at a month of scrutiny and struggles for the social-networking giant.
The order, which is expected to be delivered by the end of next year, is a sign of the growing momentum in the shift toward electric cars.
Beginning a European tour, the former Facebook manager was questioned by policymakers planning tougher tech regulations.
The company hopes a new court show starring the straight-talking judge will help turbocharge its free, ad-supported streaming platform, IMDb TV.
With long battery life and nice cameras, the new Google devices excel at what popular phones have done for years. Is that enough?
It wriggles. It pulls. It falls apart and comes back together. It is everything you wish for and everything you fear.
The new campaign came only months after President Biden imposed sanctions on Moscow in response to a series of spy operations it had conducted around the world.
Likes and shares made the social media site what it is. Now, company documents show, it’s struggling to deal with their effects.
New technology, a few iPads and a quick tutorial can help anyone act like a pilot. Dealing with air traffic control is another matter.