In what may be a sign of things to come, Reddit is beginning to add the lightest of restrictions to its site, the latest being the ability to block from view the posts of those who would offend you.
Company CEO Elon Musk contends that the company has learned from past mistakes, and promises 2018 delivery.
The Swedish carmaker says it is looking for challenging conditions to test its new driverless car.
WhatsApp's co-founders released end-to-end encryption for its 1 billion users Tuesday, meaning no one else, from WhatsApp coders to the FBI, will have access to messages.
For blind and visually impaired users, Facebook's timeline can be a bit of a mystery, but new software can help them feel less out of the loop.
The US State Department's Bureau of Consular Affairs often posts messages offering prospective travelers advice. But one tweet Wednesday that rated physical attractiveness prompted a backlash and an apology.