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Here's your jargon-free explainer about yesterday's SpaceX news.
"Last week showed how much more work we need to do to enforce our policies and help people understand how Facebook works and the choices they have over their data"
Craigslist shuts down its personals section
YouTube is getting tougher on gun videos.
A spokesperson said YouTube will begin enforcing the new guidelines in April.
Read excerpts from Mark Zuckerberg's emotional interview:
Facebook has vowed to change its data-sharing ways.
Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook plans to alert everyone whose data was accessed by Cambridge Analytica.
Facebook officials have been frank -- at least by Silicon Valley standards -- about the challenges that lay ahead.
If Elon Musk can turn Tesla into a $650 billion company over the next decade, he could become one of the richest men in the world. By far.
Self-driving car accidents will keep happening. We need to learn from them
Toyota has become the first major auto maker to halt tests of autonomous cars after a woman was struck and killed by a self-driving Uber vehicle.
Facebook's value plunged almost $50 billion this week.
The "delete Facebook" movement is growing.
Aleksandr Kogan said he gathered information on 30 million Americans through his Facebook personality test app in 2014.
Cambridge Analytica was hired by Donald Trump's campaign during the 2016 election.
An Uber SUV, operating in autonomous mode, struck and killed a woman late Sunday.
Uber cofounder Travis Kalanick is hiring for his newest gig.
Facebook's data crisis could get even worse
Facebook's Cambridge Analytica auditors stand down at UK request
Cambridge Analytica is the controversial data firm that worked for Donald Trump's presidential campaign.
Alex Stamos, Facebook's chief security officer, says he's still "fully engaged" in his work at Facebook.
"It's unfortunate that Facebook, as soon as I come and speak out, they ban me from their platforms," said Christopher Wylie, a data analyst for Cambridge Analytica, the controversial data firm that worked for President Donald Trump's campaign.
Shoppers will soon be able to book an appointment with a local Handy professional when checking out at a Walmart store
"Suspended by Facebook. For blowing the whistle. On something they have known privately for two years," Christopher Wylie tweeted on Sunday.
Politicians on both sides of the Atlantic want answers after Facebook's latest controversy involving the 2016 election.
The new details are an attempt to push back against the idea that Microsoft doesn't take harassment and discrimination complaints seriously enough
The event will take place on Thursday March 27 at 10 a.m. at a Chicago high school, according to an invitation.
The two are scheduled to meet at 1:35 p.m. ET. today.
YouTube says it will soon use Wikipedia to help fight videos that promote conspiracy theories and misinformation.
Kids love iPhones, and that has created some problems for Apple.
Theranos went from one of the most lauded "unicorn" tech startups in Silicon Valley to a company crippled by scandal.
Facebook bans far-right group Britain First
Advertisements for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will soon disappear from Google.
Some of the biggest names in technology have joined world leaders, entertainers and scientists in paying tribute to Stephen Hawking.
SXSW, originally known for deal-making, fundraising and app launches, has evolved.
Only registered Strava users will be able to see street-level data of Strava activities, like running and biking.
Fitbit's latest trackers intend to lure more casual fitness fans, and even kids.
When you're iPhone is dragging, you might not need to splurge for a new device. Here's what to do instead.
Google cofounder's flying taxi takes to the skies in New Zealand
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The SXSW conversation turned to the importance of men as allies to women in the workplace.
Uber is working to diversify its workforce.
During a Q&A at the SXSW festival on Sunday, Musk said SpaceX will be ready to fly its Mars rocket in 2019.
Ransomware is not only a threat on phones or computers. It's coming for robots, too.
Could this ancient discipline play a part in unlocking the secrets of space?
One of the women who spoke out against tech investor Dave McClure for sexual harassment last summer isn't done pushing for change within the industry.
A startup has upped the ante in the race to develop self-driving vehicles.
Cryptocurrencies have been on a wild ride and the Securities and Exchange Commission is trying to rein them in once and for all.
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