Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced a number of surprising product updates on social media this week. Most importantly, a new $35,000 Tesla vehicle that is actually a modification on an existing model, and only reaches the long-promised price point by counting tax rebates and “gas savings.”
A young Silicon Valley firm called CNEX Labs is suing China’s giant Huawei telecom company for stealing its technology, specifically solid-state drive (SSD) technology used for mass information storage.
Facebook has apologized to a woman after she accused them of “taunting” her with baby-related advertisements following a stillbirth. She was reportedly unable to turn off the ads despite repeated efforts.
WikiLeaks founder and former Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange is reportedly suing Ecuador for violating his “fundamental rights and freedom” while he’s been taking sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
In contrast to the 2016 election, Democrats are surging on Facebook ahead of the midterms.
Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” member of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said Congress would look into potential big tech companies bias against conservatives. Jordan said, “It shows you how ridiculous the left has
A sex robot received 92 matches on Tinder in just two hours, with 56 percent of matches open to having sex with it, as part of an experiment to determine public acceptance of the robots.
A group of British academics told lawmakers that memes are contributing to the United Kingdom’s obesity crisis.
James Damore, the Google engineer fired from the company after publishing his controversial diversity memo, is abandoning his lawsuit against the company in favor of arbitration.
Harvard Dean of Admissions William Fitzsimmons completed his time on the witness stand on Thursday, the trial’s fourth day in a Boston courthouse.
Left-wing alternative media outlet Reverb Press was blacklisted from Facebook and Twitter last week, just months after celebrating Infowars’ mass purge from the same platforms. Reverb Press now complains, “It’s absurd that Facebook thinks it can define what is ‘legitimate’ news.”
Students at colleges around North America are smashing scales to promote “body positivity.”
Facebook has hired former U.K. Deputy Prime Minister and prominent anti-Brexit spokesman Nick Clegg as Head of Global Affairs and Communications.
Elle Magazine Posts Fake Kanye West News in Attempt to Promote Voter Registration
A Georgia teacher accused of engaging in sexual misconduct with a sixth-grade student has been found dead of a gunshot wound on Wednesday, police said.
Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, has come under fire after it was revealed that it expelled a male student for sexual assault even though his accuser allegedly admitted to sexually assaulting him as well.
Authorities in the Chinese city of Chengdu plan to launch an “artificial moon” that will replace street lights and illuminate the city with powerful artificial light, according to a report in the English language state newspaper People’s Daily.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has purchased a plot of land worth $140 million in Shanghai for the company’s planned Chinese factory.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan faced no punishment from Twitter for his comments comparing Jewish people to termites — because he didn’t single out a particular Jewish person — but conservatives in similar circumstances have been banned.
Breitbart News previously reported that Facebook had set up a “war room” to prepare for the upcoming midterm elections, now the mainstream media has been given an inside look at the company’s command center for controlling information ahead of the election.
The University of Southern Maine barred a retired professor who still taught classes after she offered credit to her students if they protested the appointment of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.
Amazon CEO and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos accounts for 42 percent of all the top CEOs’ Midterm political contributions, having donated over $10 million.
The trial over Harvard’s alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants continued in a Boston courthouse on Wednesday, the third day in front of the judge.
Facebook’s recently announced home assistant, Portal, can collect video call data to use for targeted advertisements — despite being marketed as “private by design” — according to a spokesman.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey claimed in an interview this week that it was a “joke” when the social network described itself as the “free-speech wing of the free-speech party.”
University of Mississippi Professor James Thomas says that simply harassing Republicans in restaurants isn’t enough, leftists should put their “whole damn fingers” in senators’ meals, because they “don’t deserve civility.”
Twitter said their policy on “dehumanizing language” has yet to come into effect.
Students at the Savannah College of Art and Design are petitioning to remove Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ name from a building on campus, a concerned parent has published a counter-petition in response.
The trial over Harvard University’s alleged discrimination against Asian-American applicants continued on Tuesday in a Boston courthouse, with the Dean of Admissions claiming “we abhor stereotypical comments.”
NYT Op-Ed: College Administrators Responsible for Leftist Bias on Campus
Twitter released account and tweet data on Wednesday it claims to believe are “associated with potential information operations found on our service since 2016.” It further describes its motive in censoring content across its digital platforms as serving the best interest of “the public conversation.”
A new lawsuit filing alleges that Facebook purposefully inflated the time spent watching videos on its platform by 150 percent to 900 percent to mislead advertisers and inflate advertising rates.