The biggest news in the world of tech include Apple's $1 billion dollar commitment to original content, Essential finally shipping preordered phones and Google's Home smartspeaker now allowing for phone calls.
One of the scientists who helped design maps to show Earth’s location 40 years ago, is saying they could be dangerous for humankind. Jose Sepulveda (@josesepulvedatv) has more.
The Wisconsin Assembly is preparing to approve a $3 billion tax break bill for Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology Group to build a new display panel factory in the state
A neo-Nazi publisher says his website, The Daily Stormer, has "effectively been banned from the internet" after mocking the victim of a deadly car attack at a white nationalist rally in Virginia.
Passengers boarding subway trains in Los Angeles may soon be shuffled through airport-style body scanners that are aimed to detect firearms and explosives
Tucker's Thoughts: Thanks to Charlottesville, the Wall Street Journal reports that big tech companies are using their power to silence certain political views and stifle white supremacist groups #Tucker
Today's biggest tech stories include Amazon's Insant Pickup service, a massive charitable donation from Bill Gates and Uber's agreement with the FTC to relasease audits for up to 20 years.
The U.S government is asking a court to force a web hosting company to turn over what the company says is a vast amount of information related to a website used to organize Inauguration Day protests that turned destructive
NASA's Cassini Probe begins maneuvers to study Saturn's atmosphere, coming within 1,000 miles of the gas giant's surface on a path toward the spacecraft's ultimate demise.
Department of Justice seeks 1.3 million IP addresses, user photos and contact info for visitors to a website that organized protests against President Trump; reaction from Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano
Danish shipping and oil group A.P. Moller-Maersk says the June cyberattack that chiefly paralyzed its core shipping business is estimated to have cost $200 million-$300 million
Ride-hailing service Uber has agreed to protect data and audit use of rider information to settle a complaint from the federal government that it deceived customers