Google was hoping the court would review a class-action lawsuit.
Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft have been the subject of political news recently.
Legislation was held up by a number of controversial last-minute amendments.
Donald Trump is an unpopular man in Silicon Valley.
The cases concern whether the companies have misclassified their employees.
Changes could allow users to activate Safety Check during an emergency.
On-demand companies have faced regulatory hurdles in Europe.
Brian Krzanich planned to host a Trump dinner, but it was reportedly canceled.
Sheryl Sandberg said Peter Thiel backing Hulk Hogan's lawsuit didn't involve Facebook.
A GAO report finds federal agencies spending more money on outdated IT systems.
Both have pledged to devote most of their wealth to philanthropy.
Bezos said candidates should embrace freedom of speech.
Allegations of sexual misconduct have emerged about Jacob Appelbaum.
Both parties are drafting their platforms.
Several of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s social media accounts were hacked Sunday.
The application drew outcry online after it was first reported on this week.
John Podesta said Clinton is not technically sophisticated but she knows policy.
Cruz's legislation is the latest move in his long-running criticism of the government's plan.
The company has been grappling with discrimination allegations.
Republicans have spent $100 million since 2012 on their digital infrastructure.
The Gates family hasn't approached Trump about its pledge to donate half of its wealth.
The lawmakers had asked the commission to delay the proposal.
Major news outlets are no longer treating the internet as a proper noun.
The Amazon CEO was asked about Peter Thiel funding a lawsuit against Gawker.