The Trump administration is increasingly allowing federal border agents to seize and search -- sometimes violently -- the mobile phones and laptops of thousands of U.S. citizens and lawful immigrants as they enter the country, two advocacy groups said in a lawsuit.
Robert Mueller and top members of his team investigating Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 election left private practices where they made millions of dollars representing clients including Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and the National Football League, according to new financial disclosure forms.
France is working with Germany and other partners to plug loopholes that have allowed U.S. tech giants like Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Apple Inc., Facebook Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. to minimize taxes and grab market share in Europe at the expense of the continent’s own companies.
White House officials including Ivanka Trump have begun an outreach campaign to major technology, business and education leaders including Laurene Powell Jobs and Apple’s Tim Cook for advice on shaping funding approaches to science, technology, engineering and math education in U.S. public schools.
President Donald Trump announced Wednesday that Foxconn Technology Group plans a new factory in Wisconsin, fulfilling the Taiwanese manufacturing giant’s promise to invest in the U.S.
Basic rules of the road are needed before lawmakers allow companies from Apple Inc. to Ford Motor Co. to dramatically expand testing of self-driving cars, safety and consumer advocates told lawmakers.
Multinationals are in line for a windfall from President Donald Trump’s call to cut the tax rate on U.S. companies’ stockpiled overseas earnings, but a select few would do better than others.
The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take up a major constitutional test of digital privacy, agreeing to consider whether prosecutors need a warrant to obtain mobile-phone tower records that show someone’s location over days or even months.
Mobile-phone text prompts while you wait for your Uber. Election chat over a cappuccino. Uber Technologies Inc., Starbucks Corp. and Twitter Inc. have joined forces to get British youngsters to take part in the June 8 general election, even if it means they might vote for the candidate that wants to tax them the most.
The Department of Homeland Security will continue searching the mobile phones and electronic devices of travelers at U.S. airports, the agency’s leader said as lawmakers of both parties questioned whether the anti-terrorism tool is unlawfully intrusive.
Many of America’s biggest corporations including Apple Inc. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc. are sticking by their pledges to fight climate change even as President Donald Trump guts his predecessor’s environmental policies.
Ericsson AB has taken the unusual step of publicly setting a price tag on what it will cost to license the telecommunications company’s technology for the next generation of high-speed mobile phone networks.
President Donald Trump discussed immigration policy with Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs and a critic of Trump’s travel ban, at the White House on Wednesday, according to an administration official.
As a candidate for president, Donald Trump made reference to "the cyber" and suggested he might talk to Bill Gates about "closing that internet up" to terrorists recruiting via social media. He doesn’t use e-mail or a computer, despite a lively interest in tweeting. Internet companies heavily favored Democrat Hillary Clinton with their political donations. Now Trump and the tech industry are making an uneasy peace and exploring whether they can work together. Here is some of what the tech crowd
The U.S. Supreme Court told a lower court to take another look at a $399 million award won by Apple Inc. from rival Samsung Electronics Co. for copying the design of the iPhone.
U.S. highway safety officials called on smartphone makers to add features that would keep motorists from using functions linked to a surge in deaths due to distracted driving, a proposal that drew immediate opposition from the electronics industry.
President-elect Donald Trump says Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and Apple CEO Tim Cook have called him, according to New York Times reporters on Twitter. NOTE: Trump is meeting with journalists at New York Times office who are reporting his comments on Twitter NOTE: Cook attended California Bay Area fundraisers for Hillary Clinton Related: Clinton Raises California Cash from Hollywood and Tech Luminaries
Investors hooked on bonds of companies such as Apple Inc. and Oracle Corp. may soon have to look for alternatives if a tax proposal from President-elect Donald Trump becomes reality.
U.S. Supreme Court justices questioned whether Apple Inc. should be allowed to keep all of a $399 million patent award it won in a suit that accused rival Samsung Electronics Co. of copying the design of the iPhone.
The end of the smartphone wars is almost here.
Edward Snowden caused “tremendous damage to national security” by revealing “secrets that protect American troops overseas and secrets that provide vital defenses against terrorists and nation-states,” according to a new congressional report.
The U.S. Treasury Department took fresh steps on Thursday to curb tax avoidance by multinational corporations, announcing new curbs on a loophole through which companies artificially use credits for foreign taxes they pay to improperly lower their U.S. tax bills.
When Apple Inc. was ordered by European regulators to pay $14.5 billion plus interest in back taxes to Ireland, the giant technology company seemed to be facing an expensive headache.