Factories, mines, printing press buildings, bakeries, and other icons of 20th century industrial activity are now being adapted to the information age.
China’s state censor said Tuesday Nintendo’s hit smartphone app and other augmented reality games carry potential security risks, and will not be licensed until these concerns have been evaluated.
More tech firms seem to be gravitating toward London, despite Brexit.
A new, free website Uber is launching will give away valuable traffic data to city planners and the public.
Norway leads the world in switching off FM radio, but many are unhappy with the change.
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.