Schumer called the measure 'a test' of whether President Trump would side with 'the average person' or big business.
Comcast hopes XFinity Mobile will lock in existing customers as well as attract new ones.
Brands are sure to push for more transparency and accountability as they lock in deals for the next year.
A new study says using Facebook frequently can negatively affect your well being.
An NYU student spent six weeks building iPhones for Apple manufacturer Pegatron. Here's what he learned.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is touring the U.S.-Mexico border in Nogales, Arizona where he is speaking with law enforcement and military personnel.
Facebook is introducing a free version of Workplace, its social networking tool for workers to chat and collaborate.
"Day 2 is stasis. Followed by irrelevance. Followed by excruciating, painful decline," Amazon chief Jeff Bezos writes.
The eighth movie in the "Fast and the Furious" series feels like it's just going through the motions.
There's a lot of great photography on Instagram, but this account is probably the most likely to put you on edge.
Consumer groups, Democrats and now Silicon Valley are lining up to protect net neutrality rules as the Republican FCC chairman prepares to knock them down.
Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow slowly ratchets up the tension in first trailer for film about the 1967 riots.
"The Last Knight" shifts back and forth in time and shows more of that huge Optimus Prime-Bumblebee battle.
Commentary: In the latest Piper Jaffray "Taking Stock with Teens" survey, more teens than ever say their next phone will be an iPhone.
Commentary: Begone the boring old ad in the commercial break. Instead, make your ad part of the show and even let the "SNL" writers write it.
The discount applies to all versions of the new tablet.
Apple's completely redoing the Mac Pro, but it's coming in 2018. Is that too late? New iMacs are up next, and Apple's Clip app is here.
Commentary: A new J.D. Power study finds Surface buyers are happier than their iPad counterparts. They're younger and prefer Microsoft's design.