The study by George Washington University’s Program on Extremism comes in the midst of a Twitter crackdown on accounts of Islamic militant groups such as ISIS.
Developers are leaving the Nest to strike new ground with Google's voice-activated home appliance.
Google plans to expand a carpool program in the San Francisco Bay Area, as it vies for control of ride-hailing servies.
Ireland's ruling party wants to appeal the European Commission's decision. But it relies on support from independent lawmakers that may not agree on the appeal.
Sonos and Amazon announced owners will be able to control their speakers with their voice.
Start-up Drive.ai, a company with Stanford University roots, will be focusing on 'the brains' of the driverless car.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg ditched his trademark hoodie in exchange for a dark suit as he met with Pope Francis at the pontiff's Santa Marta residence in the Vatican.
After an activist's iPhone was targeted with revolutionary spyware, Apple fixed all three 'zero day' flaws and built the patches into iOS 9.3.5.
WhatsApp announced Thursday that it will share phone numbers with parent company Facebook, unless users opt out first.
With its new fleet of half a dozen cars, nuTonomy beats Uber and Delphi in the race for the world's first autonomous taxi service.
Technology meets art in a unique egg-shaped drone that claims to be 'the world's most intuitive drone.' What makes this flying drone so special?
With a new battery upgrade, Tesla’s Model S will be fastest accelerating mass-produced car – only rivaled by limited-run, luxury models from Porsche and Ferrari.