CEO John Matze says Big Tech seeking to 'stifle free speech and competition in the marketplace'
"We have always supported diverse points of view being represented on the App Store, but there is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the company said in a statement.
Google Play suspended the Parler app from its store, and Apple has reportedly threatened to do the same if the company does not moderate “objectionable content” within 24 hours.
Reddit has banned the subreddit group "r/DonaldTrump" from its platform after repeated violations of its policies in recent days amid the violent breach by supporters of the president at the U.S. Capitol.
Venmo has rolled out a new feature allowing users to cash printed, payroll and government checks directly from their smartphone into their accounts.
Slack, a widely-used communication platform, was down for many users on the first Monday of 2021 as many employees in the U.S. returned to work after the holidays.
Zoom is allowing unlimited minutes to chat on video calls over the holidays with family and friends who may be far away.
U.S. authorities are expressing increased alarm about an intrusion into computer systems around the globe that officials suspect was carried out by Russia.
Starting Dec. 21, the company plans to take measures to stop the spread of misinformation regarding the vaccines for the novel coronavirus.
Google services, including YouTube and Gmail, experienced widespread outages on Monday in countries around the world.
More than a month after the U.S. presidential election, YouTube says it will start removing newly uploaded material that claims widespread voter fraud or errors changed the outcome.
The headphones, called AirPods Max, will cost $549 — far more than similar products from Bose and Sony that offer many of the same features.
As the Detroit school district has shifted to full-scale online learning, school officials are creating 13 technology support hubs to better assist families.
As consumers deal with a shortage of supplies for Sony's PlayStation 5, the Japanese tech giant said it will be releasing more inventory to retailers before the end of the year.
A Senate panel is calling on the CEOs of Facebook and Twitter to defend their handling of disinformation in the contest between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden.
Zoom will be getting rid of its 40-minute limit on free calls for Thanksgiving to give families more virtual time together.
A new futuristic audio technology from Noveto Systems allows people to move around in their own personal sound bubble.
By next year, debt collectors will be allowed to contact debtors via text messages, email and even through private social media messaging.
Walmart announced Tuesday that the company has joined forces with self-driving car company Cruise to test out autonomous grocery delivery in Arizona.
If you find yourself avoiding some of those online interactions these days, that might be good for your health.