The newest iteration of SpaceX's flagship rocket hit a stumbling block during its first launch and has been delayed in order to work out unknown problems before another attempt.
After the wrongful arrest of two black men, the coffee shop chain will be closing down for an afternoon in order to educate up to 175,000 employees on racial bias in the workplace.
After concerns over data security, Elon Musk has elected to remove his companies from Facebook entirely.
Conspiracy theorists are using social media to call shooting vicitms "crisis actors." Here's what that means
A certain kind of conspiracy theory keeps popping up after every recent mass shooting, and social media is making it easier to spread than ever before.
If a new ballot initiative receives enough signatures California could become a new haven for non-evidence based science.
New data shows the way in which we decide what kinds of music we'll like for the rest of our lives by the time we're 14.
Bill Gates has been working since 2011 with some of the brightest minds to solve a health crisis affecting more than 2 billion people worldwide.
Facebook's Q4 earnings call was a mixed bag, with many indications that the company is now feeling the effects of social media fatigue among a significant portion of their userbase.
In a move that will have far-reaching consequences for legitimate and illegitimate businesses alike, Facebook has effectively banned any and all Bitcoin advertising.
New privacy tools and transparency are all part of continuing changes to the largest social network in the world.
Elon Musk's latest product is the next in a long line of PR stunts for companies like Tesla, The Boring Company and more.
Citing political tensions and climate change, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientist have moved their symbolic Clock to its highest point since 1953
A new survey indicates that large financial institutions are relaxing restrictions around mobile trading, increasing the volume of deals done via mobile apps 31% in 2017 from the year before.