YouTube removed new content from US President Donald Trump’s channel, citing concerns about the potential of violence following the riot at the US Capitol last week.
Apple’s security chief on Monday was indicted on bribery charges as prosecutors alleged he promised a donation of iPads to the sheriff’s office to secure four concealed-weapon permits for Apple employees.
Every toy, gadget and item you see on YouTube could soon be for sale online – not on Amazon, but right on YouTube itself.
A group representing major Internet companies has urged a US regulator to reject a Trump administration bid to narrow the ability of social media companies to remove objectionable content.
Despite its superficially frivolous nature, young people have been using TikTok to send political messages, coordinate political actions and hang out in an online space largely free of adults.
Facebook on Wednesday for the first time took down a post by US President Donald Trump, which the company said violated its rules against sharing misinformation about the coronavirus.
Facebook has completed a series of deals for the right to show music videos, according to people familiar with the matter, vaulting the social network into a medium dominated by YouTube.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says YouTube has for months allowed scammers to use his name and likeness as part of a phony bitcoin giveaway similar to one that was quickly extinguished by Twitter last week.
Alphabet shares surged after first-quarter results and upbeat executive comments showed the company’s cloud and YouTube businesses kept growing in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus outbreak has forced billions of people around the world to answer a question they’d never contemplated. What do we do without live sports?