Facebook is rolling out changes in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica leak, Fornite is raking in the cash, and Google may be buying Lytro.
Facebook is facing questions concerning Cambridge Analytica, while Google is launching new tools to stop the spread of fake news and YouTube makes livestreaming easier than ever.
A woman has died after being struck by a self-driving Uber in Arizona. Apple is investing in next-gen MicroLED displays, and GDC is underway.
Facebook dumped news on Friday evening about the Trump campaign's use of personal user data, while the U.S. Navy has fitted Xbox controllers to its newest submarine and Twitter is reportedly banning cryptocurrency ads.
Apple is hosting an education-focused event on March 27, Google Lens has made it to iOS, and astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly aren't as different as some media reports would leave you to believe.
Intel is working to protect future CPUs against Spectre, Google has renamed Android Wear, and Nest has launched a pair of new products.
The world remembers physicist Stephen Hawking today. Google launches new goodies for game development using Maps data, and Theranos and its CEO Elizabeth Holmes are charged by the SEC.
Fitbit has launched a new smartwatch, Trump has blocked the Broadcom takeover of Qualcomm, and Apple has announced the dates for its annual WWDC event.
Apple is purchasing Texture, Toshiba is launching smart glasses for the industrial work place, and Hue has announced a range of outdoor lighting products.
Essential is filing patents, courts are debating Twitter muting, and Elon Musk is throwing out dates for the BFR.