There's a global shortage in semiconductors, and it's becoming increasingly serious.
To better police misinformation, social media companies can curb their appetites for constant engagement.
After a high school cheerleader in Pennsylvania dropped a series of F-bombs about her school in a Snapchat post over a weekend in the spring of 2017, she was suspended from the cheerleading team and sued the school district, claiming the suspension violated her First Amendment rights.
It's a mistake to equate frequent social media use with addiction.
Virginia has enabled app-less COVID-19 exposure notification services for iPhone users, joining California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Minnesota, Nevada, Washington, Wisconsin and the District of Columbia. This means iPhone users in those states won't need to install exposure notification apps and can instead turn on notifications in the phone's settings.
Tumbleweed Midstream, LCC, has signed a long-term contract for helium delivery with a value that could exceed $500 million.
Exposure notification systems alert people when they've been exposed to the coronavirus but don't record the information.
After nearly 27 years, Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO of Amazon, a company he founded which as changed the way the world shops.
In recent days, frenzied activity in GameStop's stock led the New York Stock Exchange to briefly halt trading multiple times
Colorado lost its bid to be the permanent headquarters to U.S. Space Command on Wednesday, a move the state's leaders say is politically motivated and will cost taxpayers.