Facebook announced Monday that it is changing its News Feed algorithm to reduce the number of posts users see that attempt to generate clicks through attention-grabbing headlines, otherwise known as 'click-bait.'
Sony says the PlayStation Network has recovered from a cyberattack that coincided with a perceived bomb threat on a plane carrying a top Sony executive.
Amazon announced Monday that it had acquired video game streaming service Twitch for nearly $1 billion.
Shortly after Sprint announced its new family data plans, rival T-Mobile said it would begin offering a year of unlimited data to existing customers who convince friends to leave their wireless carriers and sign up with T-Mobile.
In the wake of an attack on US hospital group Community Health Systems, the FBI has issued a warning to the healthcare industry that it could fall victim to hackers.
A slew of Internet personalities who have gained popularity thanks to online video-sharing platforms such as YouTube are banding together to defend net neutrality, fearful that federal legislation could divide the Internet into fast and slow lanes.
Uber announced Wednesday an API that lets developers integrate their companies' apps with Uber's services.
Barnes & Noble and Samsung have partnered to release the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook, a Samsung tablet that replaces the Nook, Barnes & Noble's signature e-reader since 2009.
Twitter announced Tuesday that it will begin removing imagery of certain deceased people following requests from family members and authorized individuals.