Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes argues Twitter has the upper hand as Elon Musk offered "way too much" to purchase Twitter knowing it was a "bot farm" and "house of cards."
Chinese tech titan Huawei is under renewed suspicions that the company is harvesting data and sensitive information from U.S. consumers via its cellphone towers.
Tesla's earnings call for Q2 Wednesday indicated the company's profit margins had fallen, but the EV maker still beat expectations, with more than $2 billion in profit.
NASA has awarded a launch services contract to SpaceX for the Roman Space Telescope mission. Launch of the next-generation observatory is slated for October 2026.
Gatestone Institute senior fellow Gordon Chang reacts to the Senate advancing a bill to reinforce the U.S. microchip industry to better contend with China.
Head of Republic Crypto Andrew Durgee weighed in on the warning from the Federal Bureau of Investigation that cryptocurrency investors have been defrauded of tens of millions of dollars.
The vehicle will be used to transport astronauts in NASA's Artemis Program and cargo around the lunar surface.
Pope Francis warned the World Catholic Association for Communication, also known as SIGNIS, that while communications are a blessing to human fraternity, it also poses unique moral problems.
Other tech companies being more cautious about hiring include Google, Meta Platforms, Spotify and Uber.
Elon Musk is reportedly planning to file a counter-lawsuit against Twitter in the coming days to blow up his $44 billion deal to buy the social media platform.