Surveys find Tesla’s brand image is sinking, while sales people say “a lot” of cancelling customers blame Musk’s Twitter behavior.
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.
It may seem now like the iPhone was a sure thing. But 15 years ago at launch, its success was far less certain. Tech insiders acknowledge they can rarely tell if something will be a hit until development is pretty much done.
Social media has been flooded with videos from the domestic abuse and defamation trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, whose marriage fell apart in 2016.
The work world is changing rapidly, thanks to historically low unemployment claims mixed with unprecedented quit rates and millions of baby boomers suddenly retiring.
With few safeguards in place to protect you and me from gift card scams, some people are filling in the gaps.
Every year, scammers trick Americans into handing over millions of dollars in gift card payments. Retailers aren’t doing much about it.
Apple’s co-founder changed how we look at tech. A decade after his death, the tech industry is changing how it looks at itself.
“Made in America” is rare, even though polls show Americans want it.