Security concerns outweigh the benefits of Google Maps, a South Korean court determined Friday. The government had asked Google to blur sensitive information about military facilities, which the tech giant declined to do.
SpaceX's Elon Musk hopes to become the CEO who launched a thousand satellites in order to expand internet access worldwide.
Traffic fatalities in 2015 saw the biggest increase in the past few decades, and safety experts blame distracted driving as the leading factor.
Twitter announces new tools to fight hate speech, including a mute button. But will it work?
The two internet and social media giants announced steps to halt the spread of false news this week following waves of criticism after the elections.
Apple says it is committed to augmented reality and is reported to be considering expansion into wearable, digital glasses that would connect wirelessly to the iPhone.
Old-school games like those of Nintendo's original console are being used to teach young programmers across the US.
Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg fired back at assertions that fake news trending on Facebook newsfeeds resulted in the election of Donald Trump.
In August, LinkedIn was found to be violation of a law which requires websites to store the data of their Russian users in local servers.
While the social media service has seen its stock value wane this year, Election Day proved it's indispensable.
Although originally Twitter announced that it would be shutting Vine down, there are now reports that the company is entertaining multiple offers for its short video app service.
Samsung took out full-page ads in three major US daily newspapers apologizing to consumers for the catastrophic problems of the Galaxy Note 7.
Apple's new MacBook Pro does away with SD card slots and has new USB ports, leaving some critics wondering if it is putting too much hope in a wireless world.
A manifesto by the Shadow Brokers group reads like a caricature of Russia's political grievances.