By Natalie Winters | The National Pulse Business records reveal the Chinese Communist Party has retained a stake and a new board seat in TikTok’s parent company ByteDance, which in turn funds Facebook’s fact-checking partner…

By Julia Musto | FOXBusiness According to Speedtest data, the SpaceX-run venture was the only satellite internet provider in the U.S. with "fixed-broadband-like latency figures, and median download speeds fast enough to handle most of the needs of modern online…

J. Fingas | https://www.engadget.com/ The new fiber could help satisfy the demand for 6G and beyond. The many-gigabit internet speed records of a decade ago now seem downright inadequate. Motherboard reports that scientists at Japan's National institute of Information and…

by Nihal Krishan | The Washington Examiner Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost on Tuesday filed a lawsuit requesting a court declare Google a public utility that can be regulated by the government as such. The lawsuit,…

By Lucas Manfredi | FOXBusiness  Navistar International Corporation has learned of a "credible potential cybersecurity threat" to its information technology system that has extracted certain data. US OFFICIALS UP PRESSURE ON FIRMS, FOREIGN ADVERSARIES OVER CYBERATTACKS The truck-maker…

The Wall Street Journal Staff Hackers breached the New York City Law Department's computer system over the weekend, prompting the city to limit access to the network as it investigates the cyberattack, officials said Monday. The city's Cyber…

By Ryan Lovelace - The Washington Times An infusion of new users and cash to Rumble has provided momentum for its fight to break Google-owned YouTube‘s grip on the digital video marketplace. Rumble has added millions of users in recent…

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz | The Post  Millennial The bill will aim to make it illegal for tech companies to remove candidates for public office from their social media platforms. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed legislation on…