Facebook Removes 4 Pages From Infowars And Alex JonesFacebook has removed four pages associated with InfoWars and its controversial founder Alex Jones for repeated violations of its policies.
Financial Fruit: Apple Becomes 1st Trillion-Dollar CompanySince Tim Cook became CEO, Apple's annual revenue has more than doubled to $229 billion while its stock has quadrupled.
Twitter: It Doesn't 'Shadow Ban' After Trump TweetTwitter said it was aware that some accounts were not automatically populating but that was due to a bug they are working to fix.
Facebook Heading For Its Worst Trading Day EverThe stock plunged 19 percent in early trading Thursday, eradicating well in excess of $100 billion in market value.
New Samsung TV Doubles As Wall ArtSamsung on Monday unveiled a new TV that could pass as framed artwork. 
Former Cambridge Analytica Employee Says 'There Were More' Apps That Collected User DataA former official at Cambridge Analytica is sharing what she considers some of the data firm's questionable practices. Brittany Kaiser worked at the British-based company from 2014 until this January before the company shut down.
AAA Study: Android Auto And CarPlay Less Distracting, But Not Safe While DrivingA new study by the AAA has examined the impact of vehicle infotainment systems on distracted driving.
Supreme Court: Warrant Generally Needed To Track Cell Phone Location DataThe ruling is a major victory for advocates of increased privacy rights who argued more protections were needed when it comes to the government obtaining information from a third party such as a cell phone company.