Ada Lovelace was a 19th-century English mathematician and writer, today widely celebrated as the world's first computer programmer.
Sprint will lend smartphones, tablets, and laptops to low-income high school students – in addition to giving them four years of connectivity.
Users who had already set up their email-forwarding service before this month are unaffected, but those who wish to begin forwarding messages now are unable.
The manufacturing flaw could tarnish the reputation of Samsung's future phones, leading loyal customers to seek out products from the smartphone giant's competitors.
Millions of Americans lack reliable internet access. Facebook says its Free Basics program is the answer. But critics worry about the implications for net neutrality.
Snap Inc. is preparing its initial public offering for early next year, further solidifying the company's competition with rivals such as Facebook and Twitter.
Google Home will have access to the company's search engine, but will the speaker deliver on its promise of being a 'personal Google for each and every user'?
After a massive security breach two years ago, a new report says Yahoo complied with NSA surveillance demands to screen its users.
Google jumps into the $400 billion smartphone market.
Project Wing – an offshoot of Alphabet Inc. – is experimenting with the use of drones to deliver fast food to a Virginia Tech campus.
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have expressed support for more federal spending on infrastructure, but merely repairing roads and bridges won't fix America's productivity problem.
Through Messenger Day – and its many other attempts to channel Snapchat – Facebook is testing a feature in Poland to encourage users to post spontaneous content.