President Trump's administration is poised to increase tariffs for Chinese goods on Friday. But instead of hurting the Chinese tech economy, the trade riff could create an opportunity for China to move away from its dependance on American-made tech products and develop its own.
A new pilot program aims to inform future federal regulations on commercial drones.
Several privacy advocate organizations have penned a letter to Amazon, asking the corporation to stop marketing new facial recognition software to police stations. The group argues that the powerful technology equates to government surveillance.
With Facebook and Google restricting or banning ads, groups on both sides of the highly emotionally charged campaign have had to adjust their strategies and expressed frustration at the ability of foreign-based tech firms to make important decisions about appropriate content.
France players celebrate winning the World Cup with coach Didier Deschamps after beating Croatia 4-2 at the Luzhniki Stadium, in Moscow, Russia, on July 15.
The EU's data collection measures take effect May 25 and will reach beyond the Continent. Here's what you need to know.
States are increasingly paying hackers to break into their systems. These white-hat hackers uncover security flaws to prevent real breaches in the future.
On Tuesday, Google showed off a computer assistant that makes convincingly human-sounding phone calls. While Google's demonstration highlights the benign uses of conversational robots, what happens when spammers and scammers get hold of them?
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella wants technology creators to be more thoughtful of the ethical principles inherent in their work and emphasized the company's philosophy of building artificial intelligence for social good at Microsoft's annual conference.
If approved, a farm in central Washington would become one of the first solar farms in the state, a possibility that has led to some local pushback. The debate is part of a national struggle over agricultural land being converted for solar-energy production.
The Afriscout app, which uses satellite images to identify where there is grass and surface water, is helping Kenyan herders counter the effects of prolonged drought. The app so far has 3,000 users in Kenya.
Experts say automation will be the future in the fast-food sector, as robot chefs become cheaper and more efficient. Recent robot powered restaurants, however, often make headlines but don't always live up to the hype.