Only 11 percent of companies expect all of their employees to return to the office as they once did before the coronavirus pandemic, according to a survey by the National Association for Business Economics.
Tech giant Apple has released a security update for iOS devices to patch multiple vulnerabilities, urging customers to download it immediately. According to Apple, vulnerabilities in its software “may have been actively exploited” by hackers.
Poland is legislating to protect freedom of speech on online platforms, government minister Sebastian Kaleta told Breitbart News.
GameStop stock has surged yet again following a recent social media post from Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk. The stock is trading at more than $366 per share in morning trading, a one-day increase of almost 150 percent.
Google-owned video platform YouTube has once again extended its suspension of former President Donald Trump’s account on the platform. In a related move, Youtube also removed Rudy Giuliani from its Partner Program, which allows creators to earn ad revenue from their videos.
Claudia Conway is defending her mother and claiming her mom’s Twitter account was hacked after Kellyanne Conway allegedly posted a topless photo of the teenager on Monday.
Google announced Monday that it has suspended donations to lawmakers that objected to the certification of the 2020 presidential election.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order Monday to phase out the federal government’s use of vehicles that run on gas and replace them with ones that run on electricity.
That’s all the 1950s blacklist was — private companies (studios, sponsors, producers) refusing to do business with people who held certain political beliefs they believed to be a danger to America and American democracy.
NFL players have endorsed Amazon warehouse workers’ union drive at a facility in Bessemer, Alabama. The players released a video where they talked about how unionizing can improve wages, benefits, and working conditions at Amazon.
Facebook has struck a deal that will see the mainstream media in Britain rake in millions, as it again prioritises the corporate press.
Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard blasted former CIA Director John Brennan, House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), and big tech “oligarchs” seeking to censor fellow Americans after the January 6 Capitol riot.
Tech giant Apple is warning iPhone users to keep their device is 6 inches away from their heart if they have a pacemaker as their smartphone could interfere with it, along with other medical devices.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) said in a statement Tuesday that corporate monopolies and the left want to use the “social credit score” system to stifle free speech and force their political agenda on the United States.
Twitter has permanently banned Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and one of former President Donald Trump’s staunchest supporters in the business world.
Social media giant Twitter has announced a new feature called “Birdwatch” which aims to encourage users to police and flag each other’s tweets if they believe they spread misinformation. The company claims it wants to “broaden the range of voices” fighting against misinformation, but the feature has the potential to devolve into flagging wars between different factions of users.
In a recent article, Bloomberg outlines how the popular Reddit forum WallStreetBets, along with help from other online investing forums, successfully increased the value of retailer GameStop’s share price by massive amounts.
Twitter trended with attacks on Tom Brady because he is once again headed to the Super Bowl even though he was friends with Donald Trump.
British-born actor Sacha Baron Cohen wrote a mock PR statement for Google and YouTube containing his thoughts on why the tech giant should deny its services to former President Donald Trump, declaring that “freedom of speech is not freedom of reach.”
Allum Bokhair appeared on the Trevor Carey show to discuss Silicon Valley’s tightening grip on American politics.
Breitbart News senior technology correspondent Allum Bokhari appeared on the Mark Levin Show on the Westwood One podcast network to discuss his book, DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election.
Are you sick of 1984 references? I certainly am.
While the Orwell classic is brilliant in many ways, it’s become difficult not to cringe at yet another cliched reference to the Ministry of Truth. The right needs a fresher fictional dystopia.
Microsoft has apologized and quickly reversed a price increase of its Xbox Live Gold service just hours after the company announced it was doubling the annual fee for the popular gaming service.
Employees of tech companies in San Francisco, California, can’t leave the city fast enough, fleeing for the potential tech hubs of tomorrow such as Austin, Texas, and Miami, Florida. One former San Francisco exec said: “what else can God and the world and government come up with to make the place less livable?”
He’s one of the oldest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. However, when it comes to revolutionary ideas, John Madden is way ahead of the pack.
Google workers across the world are reportedly forming a global union alliance called “Alpha Global” with the goal of holding Google and parent company Alphabet accountable.
Facebook has reportedly blacklisted more than 78,000 users of its main platform and Instagram for violating the company’s policies against posting content relating to the QAnon conspiracy theory and “militarized” social movements.