By stepping back from Obama-era privacy rules, the Trump Administration’s FCC has made another decision that’s likely to benefit internet service providers, but not internet users.
When does inspiration become theft? Google's Waymo raises an age-old technology debate in a new lawsuit against Uber subsidiary Otto.
Google offshoot Jigsaw have released a new tool that uses machine learning to spot abuse and harassment online, named “Perspective.” The company has made it available for developers around the world to use.
Regulators in Germany have already banned My Friend Cayla, and consumer-watchdog groups want the US Federal Trade Commission to follow suit.
Inviting foreign students to study in the United States doesn't just create jobs, it also brings in perspectives that can help the United States solve complex global challenges.
With a multi-year 'moon shot,' Google's parent company Alphabet is betting that it can.
Chloe Bridgewater might be too young to get a job as a computer programmer, but for many young women who want to be part of the tech industry, the future can be bright – with the right support.
The company says the changes will improve the mobile viewing experience.
Buyers in Europe – where the tiny Smart car is more popular – will still be able to buy the gas-powered model.
The Dubai government says it hopes to have a passenger-carrying drone buzzing through the skyline of this futuristic city-state by July.
Verizon recently announced that for the first time in more than five years, it would begin offering unlimited data plans for its wireless customers.
Facebook's new Community Help tool is designed to make it easy for users to offer both friends and strangers assistance in the wake of a disaster.
The exhibit at the Museum of Science looks at lifelike technology through the ages, from a 16th-century clockwork monk to the Terminator.
TV manufacturer Vizio and a subsidiary will pay $2.2 million to settle claims that the two companies secretly tracked consumers' viewing habits and sold the information to marketing companies, according to New Jersey officials.