Google Fiber, the broadband internet and television subsidiary of parent company Alphabet Inc. will lose its CEO, nine percent of its staff, and halt prospective operations as it reexamines overall plan.
Smartwatch sales are down more than 50 percent from the third quarter of 2015, a new report finds. Though there are many reasons for the drop, it seems the devices just haven't caught on with consumers.
Bloomberg is reporting that Twitter could be laying off up to 8 percent of its staff – about 300 people – as early as this week.
Xiaomi’s newly announced Mi Mix Android phablet, set to release in China on Nov. 4, looks very sci-fi, with a bezel-less screen and a 91.3 percent screen-to-body ratio.
In what he describes as a warning to the Russian government to stop attempting to influence the US presidential election, a self-styled patriotic American hacker known as 'The Jester' has defaced the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
After critics decried the effects of Facebook’s censorship policies on posts that serve a public interest, the company says it will try harder to protect valuable content that clashes with its guidelines.
US officials say the attack on a New Hampshire internet-infrastructure company is a case of simple vandalism.
A series of popular websites were inaccessible Friday morning after an attack on Dyn, a Domain Name Server (DNS) provider.
Experts from the American Association of Pediatrics released new guidelines for children's screen time. They say consistency is key – and offer parents support in implementing the guidelines.
The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence will bring together experts from academia, tech, and public policy.
Elon Musk says that new hardware and software packages should make all new Teslas fully autonomous by the end of 2017, accelerating Silicon Valley's race toward self-driving cars.
With nearly half of its population dependent on farming as a livelihood, a new app helps Indian farmers rent the machinery they need.
Usage of Yahoo's email service appears stable, even after more than 500 million users saw their passwords, phone numbers, and other information accessed in a data breach.
Some in Silicon Valley say Paypal founder Peter Thiel's support of Donald Trump is support for 'violence and hate' and that he should be fired from Y Combinator, where he is a part-time partner.