Tuesday's technology stories


Nintendo executive calls Activision harassment allegations "disturbing"

Doug Bowser | Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images for Nintendo
Ivana Saric
Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

Apple sues Israeli NSO Group over spyware use

Inside of an apple store
Ashley Gold
Updated Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

China's new privacy law leaves U.S. behind

Illustration of a rearview mirror with a pixelated American flag reflected in it.
Stephen Totilo
Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

Lawsuit against PlayStation alleges gender discrimination

Photo of a screen displaying PlayStation logos

"Pokémon Go" maker Niantic now worth $9 billion

Sara Fischer
Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

Washington Post taps its former CMO to lead tech division

Ben Geman
Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

GM plunges into electric marine transport

A boat in the water
Sara Fischer
Nov 23, 2021 - Technology

New social media trend: Old-fashioned links

CISA and FBI issue holiday season ransomware warning

A member of the Red Hacker Alliance using a website that monitors global cyberattacks on his computer  in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province, in August 2020..

Cannabis orders are now available on Uber Eats in Ontario

Photo of a storefront showing "Tokyo Smoke" on the right and "High Variety on the left"

FCC approves Verizon's $6B purchase of TracFone

A photo illustration of a smartphone with the Verizon logo on the screen.
Dan Primack
Nov 22, 2021 - Technology

Ex-Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes testifies in her own defense

Photo illustration of Elizabeth Holmes

New York game state

An Xbox controller

Report: Facebook sidelined hate speech study

Facebook and Meta logos

Crypto group tries to claw back fees after failed Constitution bid

A meta photo of people taking photos of the U.S. Constitution.

Fox News commentators resign over Tucker Carlson Jan. 6 series

Tucker Carlson speaks during the Mathias Corvinus Collegium (MCC) Feszt on August 7, 2021 in Esztergom, Hungary.