Most Americans want the government to do more to protect our data. Few think it will happen Consumers are overwhelmingly pleading for the government's help in the face of an ever-growing list of corporate data breaches and privacy mishaps — but few have faith help will ever arrive. Free superfast broadband for all, Labour Party pledges ahead of UK election The UK's main opposition party has promised to provide "fast and free" full-fiber broadband across the country by nationalizing parts of BT Group. Google's 'Project Nightingale' center of federal inquiry A federal inquiry has been opened into Google's efforts to collect health data on millions of Americans through its "Project Nightingale" program. Apple Music introduces Replay to create playlists of your most-played songs With 2019 soon coming to a close, Apple Music is offering us all a fun way to look back at our listening habits from the past year. It's called Apple Music Replay. Amazon will protest Pentagon's decision to award $10 billion cloud contract to Microsoft The Department of Defense's decision last month to award a massive cloud computing contract to Microsoft was a huge loss for rival Amazon. Amazon isn't going down without a fight. Alibaba's homecoming is about pleasing China and buying trade war insurance Alibaba's plan to raise billions of dollars by selling shares on the Hong Kong stock market will be one of the largest public offerings in the world this year. It's also a savvy political move. Meet the Facebook executive who wants you to trust him with your money David Marcus, who heads Facebook's development of the cryptocurrency Libra, hopes it can unlock financial services for 1.7 billion people around the world. Regulators aren't so sure. Facebook signed a lease for 30 floors of office space in New York's Hudson Yards Facebook signed a lease for more than 1.5 million square feet of office space in New York City's Hudson Yards. How social media set the agenda in the first impeachment hearing America's first presidential impeachment process in the age of viral online politics began with out-of-context tweets, internet conspiracy theories and thousands of digital ads. Consumer Reports restores 'recommended' ratings to Tesla Model 3 and Model S Consumer Reports has restored its coveted "recommended" rating to the Tesla Model S and Model 3, because Tesla has made its cars more reliable. The new Motorola Razr is $1,500 but OMG I must have it It's a flip phone in an age when no one makes calls anymore. The camera isn't great. The battery life stinks. The screen is plastic. The processor is slow. It's superdupercrazy expensive (think an iPhone 11, then double that). But ... I kinda want the new Motorola Razr. Elizabeth Warren criticizes how Goldman Sachs handled Apple Card bias claims Allegations of Apple Card gender bias have rankled one of Goldman Sachs' biggest critics: Elizabeth Warren. SpaceX test fires Crew Dragon spacecraft ahead of first astronaut mission SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft test fired its emergency abort engines this week, indicating the vehicle could soon be ready for its final dress rehearsal before launching NASA astronauts into space. Instagram is now testing hiding likes worldwide Instagram is expanding its test to remove like counts globally. It was previously experimenting with hiding likes in select countries, including Canada and Australia. Why Tesla doesn't scare the fracking industry Midland, Texas, home of the boom in US oil and natural gas production, is more than 300 miles from the nearest Tesla store, but it feels even farther away: The projected growth in electric vehicle sales doesn't worry industry leaders. WeWork's losses doubled to $1.25 billion last quarter The extent of WeWork's woes is still coming to light. Tencent vs. Alibaba: Why one Chinese titan is slumping while the other soars Tencent stock (TCEHY) is having its worst day in months after a lackluster earnings report. Huawei phones are still red hot in China. But the Google app ban is hurting sales overseas Huawei's smartphone sales are going strong, but only in China. It's a huge blow for a company that just a few months ago was in pole position to overtake Samsung as the world's top smartphone seller. FBI busts $6 million iPhone and iPad counterfeit ring The FBI busted a counterfeit ring centered on iPhones and iPads that reportedly cost Apple over $6.1 million.