Discord bans r/wallstreetbets server over hate speech as the group drives GameStop shares through the roof
Moderators of r/wallstreetbets, the Reddit forum behind a massive market rally involving GameStop shares, slammed the move.
Mark Zuckerberg said Apple is becoming Facebook's biggest competitor. He also accused Apple of misleading users on privacy and abusing its dominance.
Zuckerberg said Apple misleads users about its privacy commitments by failing to offer end-to-end encryption by default for iMessage.
EXCLUSIVE: Google has quietly shuffled its AI leadership following the exit of chief ethicist Timnit Gebru
Google has shuffled leaders within its AI-research division, changing the reporting line of a senior manager involved in Timnit Gebru's termination.
An effective counter-response is needed if we are to stop the threat of bioterrorism, says Vivek Wadhwa of Harvard. "The genie is out of the bottle."
The website building company Squarespace, which has more than 1,000 employees, was last valued at $1.7 billion in December 2017.
The WallStreetBets GameStop frenzy, Apple's Q1 earnings, and Google's AI reshuffle.
Elon Musk says Tesla has held 'preliminary discussions' to license its Autopilot software to other manufacturers
The Tesla CEO has said in the past that he is not looking to edge out other competitors, but rather simply advance self-driving technology.
Elon Musk says Tesla's Cybertruck engineering is done and deliveries may start this year 'if we get lucky'
On a call with investors Wednesday, Musk said Tesla will start preparing for Cybertruck production in Texas soon.
Apple said the Pro models of the iPhone 12 sold the best last quarter as a record number of people upgraded their devices
Apple reported $65.6 billion in iPhone revenue in Q1 2021, surpassing analyst estimates of $60.33 billion.
The sedan now starts at $79,990, and the most expensive option will run you a cool $139,990.
Apple saw its 'highest volume of FaceTime calls' last Christmas as families spent the holidays apart
Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company saw the "highest volume of FaceTime calls" during Christmas of 2020 as officials advised against holiday travel.
Leaked FAA document reveals SpaceX's plans to drill for natural gas, build power plants at its Starship rocket site in Texas
SpaceX's forthcoming Mars rocket could face an additional year or two of delay in reaching a launch pad, depending on its environmental impacts.
Why an exec who returned to Salesforce after 11 years to lead its largest cloud biz is so bullish on AI in customer service
Clara Shih has rejoined Salesforce as its CEO of Service Cloud, its biggest cloud, which grew 20% last quarter.
These are the best music streaming services you can use in 2021 to listen to millions of songs in an instant — from Apple Music and Spotify to Tidal.
Tesla quietly added a new 1,020-horsepower version of the Model X to its lineup — the $120,000 'Plaid' edition
The Model X Plaid comes with three motors and can rocket from 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds, according to Tesla. It quietly appeared online Wednesday.
It's time for Europe to take private data from the hands of powerful tech monopolies and give it back to the people
People should be able to own their own private data, instead of being forced to hand it to tech giants like Facebook and Google.
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Gen Z VC Meagan Loyst created Gen Z VC Beta Club to help her peers break into the industry. It already has over 400 members.
When your phone's battery is running low, you need a portable battery pack to charge it back up. These are the best external battery packs.
Apple reported a record $111.4 billion in revenue. From $14.8 million to $26.3 million, here's how the firm paid its executives in 2020.
CEO Tim Cook's compensation was the lowest among the company's top executives due to the lack of an equity award in the 2020 fiscal year.
Man caught with pipe-bombs and a replica of 'Hitler's Buzzsaw' machine gun also carried a fake 'White Privilege' credit card
"We can attack Twitter and democrats easy right now burn they're s--- down," Ian Rogers wrote, according to prosecutors.
Apple reported $65.6 billion in iPhone revenue in the three months following the iPhone 12's October release.
California Uber drivers score a win after court partially allows class-action lawsuit for pre-Prop 22 payments
The ruling lets 4,800 drivers sue Uber over expenses and pay statements, but they must sue individually over pay amounts, overtime, and sick leave.
YouTube creators say short videos are going 'incredibly viral' as the platform preps its TikTok rival for US release
Some creators are reaching new audiences by posting shorter vertical videos on YouTube known as #Shorts.
Facebook beat earnings expectations, with earnings per share of $3.88. From $14.8 million to $26.3 million, here's how the firm paid its executives in 2019.
Facebook released earnings Wednesday, showing strong earnings per share. Here's how much the tech giant paid its top executives in 2019.
The automaker turned a sixth consecutive profit in the final innings of 2020, but missed Wall Street's expectations for earnings on a per share basis.
Facebook blows away Q4 expectations, but calls out Apple's iOS privacy change as a 'headwind' for 2021
Facebook reported its Q4 2020 earnings Tuesday, posting $28.1 billion in revenue, a profit of $3.88 a share, and 2.8 billion monthly users.
What is an SD card? Here's what you need to know about the small memory cards for electronic devices
SD cards, short for Secure Digital cards, are small thumbnail-sized memory storage cards with max capacities ranging up to 128TB.
You can join Nextdoor by creating an account on its website or app with your email or by linking a Facebook, Apple, or Google account.
Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya says GameStop's rally is no different than how Wall Street missed out on Tesla's surge
"If it doesn't fit into the mold that Wall Street wants, they try to organize against it," Palihapitiya told CNBC on Wednesday.
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The 4 main reasons that GameStop stock became the target of a Reddit forum with more than 2 million members
GameStop stock has spiked in value across the past week, and it's all being driven by a massive Reddit forum. They didn't choose GameStop at random.
Billionaire investor Chamath Palihapitiya won't confirm whether he'll run for California governor, but he wants Newsom out
The investor tweeted about his support for removing the current California governor from office, but won't say whether he plans to run himself.
Reddit says it's down amid a stock-market frenzy caused by subredditors and skyrocketing GameStop shares
Reddit tweeted "yes we're down right now, I'll share updates here as we have them. pls don't yell at me."
The best deals on Nintendo Switch consoles, games, and accessories right now — including $10 off Switch pro controllers
Nintendo's Switch is the fastest-selling console on the planet, and we're keeping track of the best deals on Switch bundles, games, and accessories.
3 spacecraft are set to reach Mars next month, from NASA, China, and the UAE. Here's what they aim to learn.
NASA is bringing a helicopter, and China aims to deploy an orbiter, lander, and rover from just one probe. It's a year of firsts for Mars.
The best deals on Xbox consoles, controllers, and games right now — including $20 off 'Assassin's Creed Valhalla'
If you're looking to buy an Xbox console or a new game to add to your collection, check out our roundup of the best deals available right now.
Microsoft exec says $10 billion cybersecurity business will grow cloud services and industrial tech tools
Vasu Jakkal, Microsoft's cybersecurity marketing exec, explains how firm will be a "great unifier" in the industry to grow its $10 billion business.
The White House said its economic team, "including Secretary Yellen and others, are monitoring the situation" around GameStop's skyrocketed shares.
How to watch 'The Little Things' starring Denzel Washington when it hits HBO Max and theaters on January 29
"The Little Things" is the latest movie to premiere on HBO Max and in theaters on the same day. Here's how to stream the film on January 29.
Big tech wants to monitor your health at home. From Verily to Amazon, here's where they're placing their bets.
Apple, Google, Verily, and Amazon are all investing in ways to monitor patients from home as remote care takes center stage.
Investor Chamath Palihapitiya will donate his earnings from GameStop's rally to the Barstool Fund, which supports struggling small businesses
Palihapitiya will donate $500,000, his initial investment and profits on GME.
The unofficial story of how Clubhouse founders Paul Davison and Rohan Seth failed their way to a $1 billion app
The Clubhouse founders had at least nine failed apps between them, including their first collaboration, Talkshow, before they hit success.
How to clear an SD card and erase all of its data, including the hidden junk files you can't usually delete
The best way to clear an SD card is to format it, which is like hitting a factory reset button; it'll erase every file, leaving just an empty card.
You can use a wireless mouse with an iPad that's running iPadOS 13.4 or later, which includes every iPad Pro and most other new models.
Google's push to replace cookies for digital advertising doesn't protect privacy as much as it boosts Google's bottom line
If there's going to be an alternative to cookies, Google wants to be the one to control it. It's not about privacy.
OnePlus' cofounder is launching a new consumer tech-focused brand called Nothing that aims to connect people and technology in a seamless way.
Since Vision Fund I launched in 2017, the Japanese behemoth has backed 11 US healthcare startups, with a focus on biotechnology companies.
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How a new startup is helping Chinese companies get a foothold in influencer marketing in the US and other regions
Insider spoke with the cofounders at Kollyde to learn how the upstart is helping Asian brands run influencer campaigns abroad.