Lego Boost is a simplified version of the company's other robotic toys.
Tesla expects the production of lithium-ion battery cells at its mega-factory in Nevada will lower the cost of its cars and other battery-related products. But can it deliver?
After a year of bad press from 'fake news' stories and manipulated news feeds, the Facebook CEO is embarking on a 'listening tour' to reconnect with its social media users.
The lawsuit argues that Apple should have added features to its iPhone that would automatically disable FaceTime based on highway speeds.
The idea that the state should provide all of its citizens with money to sustain a basic cost of living has gained traction across the political spectrum. Will it soon break into the mainstream?
Tesla Motor Inc. and Panasonic Corp. announced they will begin producing solar cells and modules at a plant in Buffalo, New York next summer.
The messaging app has purchased an Israeli augmented reality startup whose technology allows users to test out on their phones how a new purchase would look in their home or office.
The auto company previously allowed vehicles to speed, but new software will put on the brakes when cars reach the posted speed limit on roads and non-divided highways.
Connect, a service that helps people of different ideological, socioeconomic, or demographic backgrounds, arrange face-to-face meetings.
The law requires telecommunications companies to store the web and message history of Britons for the government to access. But Europe's highest court ruled such a law is unjustifiable in a democratic society.
One pessimistic analyst warned that Twitter is 'toast' and that its shares are not even worth $10, partially because there are so many fake accounts on the platform.
Online news outlets and social networks share responsibility for letting hateful messages fester in their comment spaces, contributing to further degenerating our politics.