The CEOs of several big tech companies will again testify before Congress next month, this time to discuss misinformation allowed on their platforms. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey will appear before members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee on March 25. In a statement announcing the new hearing, House E&C Committee leaders pointed to false claims ...

Facebook announced Wednesday that it will temporarily reduce the amount of political content on News Feed for a small percentage of users in certain countries. The move comes after the company announced last month that it will no longer recommend political groups to users and will consider steps to reduce political content in the News Feed following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol ...

Jeff Bezos‘ wealth has gone up since the start of 2020 even after losing $38 billion in the divorce settlement. He is currently twofold richer than Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg. As at the time of posting this, the Amazon owner‘s net worth is estimated at $140 billion, while the WhatsApp owner is worth just shy of $70 billion, Bloomberg Billionaires Index has said. According ...

Facebook spent more than $23 million on security and personal air trip for CEO Mark Zuckerberg in 2019. According to a financial filing published on Friday.  That’s up from roughly $20 million spent in 2018 and $9.1 million Facebook spent in 2017. However, Zuckerberg’s annual salary still remains $1 These funds include “approximately $10,463,717” for “costs related expenses. For personal security for Zuckerberg at ...

From last year one thing that was gradually emerging was a feature that could help save battery life. This feature has become needful because most gadgets like smartphones produced in recent years turn to drain too much batter too much quick hence the introduction of dark mode will help mobile phone users save more power. It is undoubtedly true that ...