Former Vice President Joe Biden’s selection of Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) sparked enthusiasm for the ticket in Silicon Valley as Harris has kept a close relationship with big tech and done little to obstruct the industry during her tenure in office.
Apple has filed a claim with the United States Trademark and Patent Office (USTPO) to block a trademark application by a meal prep company that uses a pear as its logo. Apple claims the pear will be confused with its own iconic Apple logo. Now, the sma…
Tech giant Apple is reportedly refusing to allow major gaming apps from Microsoft, Google, and Facebook onto its iPhone app store, sparking a skirmish between the Big Tech Masters of the Universe.
A recent report from NBC outlines what a huge number of emails from tech giants Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google could mean for possible antitrust cases against the companies.
A Chinese computer company called Shanghai Zhizhen Intelligent Network Technology Co. Ltd., or “Xiao-i” for short, filed a billion-dollar lawsuit in Shanghai court against Apple, Inc. on Monday.
Last week, Breitbart News revealed that Google Search is interfering in the election, purging links to conservative websites from its search results, including a complete purge of Breitbart News links from searches related to Joe Biden. The blacklistin…
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently told Congress that all app developers are treated equally in Apple’s App Store, but a report from Bloomberg alleges that Apple halved its App Store fee to get Amazon Prime Video on its mobile devices and TV set-top box.
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) is pressing Google CEO Sundar Pichai for answers regarding the search giant’s meddling in the U.S. presidential election after an explosive Breitbart News investigation published this week proved the company is blocking search tr…
A recent report from Business Insider states that claims by the CEOs of Google, Apple, Amazon, and Facebook that their companies are not „that big“ is undermined by the massive profits that the tech titans generate.
During testimony in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reacted to the CEOs of Apple, Google, and Amazon downplaying technology theft by China by stating that “they need to get out more”