German engineers have a new tool to keep drivers awake, alert, and safe behind the wheel.
Facebook and Mozilla's Firefox each took steps to phase out Flash. Why so much acrimony toward Flash?
Bethanye Blount, Reddit’s lead engineer, has resigned, saying she has lost confidence in the direction of the company. Did she leave because of discrimination?
Gmail announced that it had prevented 99.9 percent of spam from reaching inboxes, but will artificial intelligence help bridge that final tenth of a percent?
On Friday, Ellen Pao resigned as CEO of social media site Reddit, after more than 200,000 Redditors called for her ouster in an online petition.
Traditional car companies and tech titans both want to create consumer-ready autonomous vehicles within the next few years.
A Las Vegas lawyer has sued to force Google to identify people who he says have defamed him online.
Facebook will build its fifth data center in Fort Worth, Texas.
The app featured snaps of 'West Bank Life' on Thursday, two days after it featured live stories from Tel Aviv.
The new chips are some of the first to be made with 7 nanometer transistors – half the size of those normally used.
Facebook's new 'see first' feature will enable users to select a specific person or page they would prefer to see in their news feed.
A Finnish teenager found guilty of credit card theft and email hijacking, among other things, has avoided jail time. The case raises questions about how judicial systems should deal with juvenile hackers.
Scientists agreed at Paris climate change talks that political and economic reforms will be more critical than technical innovations in reversing the effects of global climate change.
Facebook changes their 'friends' and 'groups' icons, placing female figures in front of male figures for the first time.
Special effects whiz Eiji Tsuburaya received a kaiju-filled tribute from Google, 114 years after his birth.
The BBC unveiled the final product of a highly-anticipated tech scheme Tuesday called the Micro Bit, a pocket-sized computer hoping to teach children how to code.
Russia's Interior Ministry has launched a "safe selfies" campaign following a series of accidental selfie-related deaths.
A new study shows that Google ads display more high-paying job ads to men than to women. How do we get human bias out of computer programs?
Samsung bet big on the Galaxy S6, but the S6 Edge turned out to be the real winner.
A new study is the latest to support the use of video games, in particular the popular children’s game Minecraft, in classroom learning.
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