Many right-wing extremists see social media bans as a badge of honor and a new way to raise money.
Lawmakers used to see social media as a place to post statements and campaign photos. Now, those on the extreme right use it to fight the culture wars.
By Ian Sherr Silicon Valley had to change the way its employees work when the coronavirus pandemic forced schools to close, businesses to abandon their offices and millions of people to quarantine in their homes across the US starting in March. Among the changes, companies offered flexible schedules and increased time off to help caregivers and…
The company, whose tech helps power phones, tablets and wearables, is accused of helping China’s campaign against Uighurs.
Police brutality has long existed, but our smartphones and social media are finally putting it in our faces.
Sony will show off new games for its PlayStation 5, launching in the fall. The event had been delayed to allow more focus on George Floyd protests.
Commentary: As the tragedy in New Zealand shows, livestreaming has become a nightmare.
From CNET Magazine: It isn’t easy balancing “me time“ and parenting. I talked to experts to find out how.
Commentary: The only way these companies can fix this mess is to be open and honest with all of us about what’s going on. Why is that so hard?
The $100 Xbox Adaptive Controller lets you plug in the gadgets you need. It’s all about accessibility.