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.
The long-dormant Battersea Power Station, set to house the technology giant's offices, is in the midst of an enormous makeover.
Europol has called for an increased emphasis on cybercrime – both in law enforcement and policy.
Many Americans are not yet ready to give up the steering wheel, according to a new survey conducted by Kelley Blue Book.
Blackberry stops making phones: The tech company announced Wednesday that it will outsource all future hardware development, marking the latest step in an ongoing transition from a focus on smartphone production to a focus on software.
Chinese drone manufacturer DJI has just announced the release of the Mavic Pro, a drone the size of a water bottle that retails for the cost of a laptop computer.
Most of the billion-plus Indians still have little or no internet access.
Germany's privacy watchdog has ordered the social media company to stop collecting and storing data from WhatsApp users on the grounds that it violates national data protection law.
Disney is said to be preparing a bid to buy Twitter, leaving some analysts to question what would seem to be an unlikely pairing.
After a van ran a red light and hit an autonomous Google car, some are wondering if the two types of vehicles are ready to coexist.