The final report of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee’s investigation into Facebook was highly critical of the company's response to fake news on the platform.
Concerned by the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, carmaker Ford has told UK Prime Minister Theresa May it plans to move jobs offshore.
On Twitter, SpaceX CEO and Lead Designer Elon Musk responded to a question on the price of his company's promised flights to Mars.
Russian media has reported that the country is considering temporarily disconnecting from the internet as a test of its cyber security measures.
The world's wealthiest man, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, has accused the National Enquirer ownership of attempting to blackmail him over intimate photographs they had acquired.
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek said the company is already the second largest podcast distribution network in the world and is set to pour resources into a bid to reach top spot.
Cryptocurrency speculators who had coins lodged with QuadrigaCX may be left massively out of pocket after access to the company's cold wallet was cut off.
Amazon reported revenue of US$72.4 billion for the quarter, slightly beating analyst estimates.
Shares of the tech giant were up more than 5% after it announced better than expected results for the financial quarter ending in December 2018.
Is this the next great innovation in retail? Amazon has launched a "cooler sized" automated delivery device which will begin transporting packages to customers in Washington state.