European Commission has fined Facebook 110 million euros ($122.4 million) for providing misleading information when seeking approval to buy WhatsApp in 2014.
Twitter now lets you see which advertisers are targeting you.
Chris Cornell, a key figure in the 1990s grunge rock movement as the founder and frontman of Soundgarden, has passed away.
Bobby Moynihan, a veteran SNL cast member, is leaving the show.
Donald Trump meets with four candidates to lead FBI. Acting Director Andrew McCabe and former Sen. Joe Lieberman are among those being considered.
Google to launch a jobs search engine in the U.S.
Cisco said it will cut an additional 1,100 more jobs on top of the 5,500 jobs amid a worse-than-expected business outlook.
Saudi Aramco says it is setting up a new chemicals unit.
Katy Perry joins ABC’s revival of “American Idol.”
Photo: Chris Cornell (L) and Brad Wilk of music group Audioslave perform live during the “ReAct Now: Music & Relief” special at Paramount Studios in Los Angeles September 10, 2005. The show, which aired on MTV, CMT and VH1 channels, featured live and taped musical performances from a wide variety of artists across the country to raise funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello CP/mk – RTRNFKE