Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is mostly restricted by law from promoting its content in the United States except on request.

Qualcomm’s chief executive, Steve Mollenkopf, needs Beijing’s regulatory approval to buy another chip maker, NXP. But a prolonged deal review by China is widely seen as retaliation for U.S. tariffs.

The European Union fined Google a record $5.1 billion. But the ruling will probably have little effect on current Android users.

President Trump has repeatedly criticized the European Union for what he insists are its unfair trading practices.

Christie’s inaugural Art & Tech Summit in London showed what blockchain can (and can’t) do for the market.

Mozilla’s overhaul of its flagship browser is incompatible with certain add-ons, but you can still rescue your saved passwords with a little extra effort.

The company, which reported a 30 percent decline in net profit to $615 million, has set about shrinking its business to focus on three major operations.

Transit advocates fear that unrealistic hopes for new technology — and how soon it’ll get here — could lead cities down the wrong path.

As it prepares to list shares on the Nasdaq, the fast-growing online marketplace has been hit by a complaint that it allows sales of knockoff diapers.

Asked about the kind of content Facebook keeps up and the kind it removes, company executives from Mark Zuckerberg on down have been comically tripped up in their responses.