South by Southwest attendees this weekend got a closer look at the upcoming commuter jacket from Project Jacquard, a wearable technology initiative from Google and Levi's.
One year ago, a AAA survey found that three-quarters of Americans fear self-driving cars. A survey this year shows the exact same thing.
In a statement yesterday the ride-sharing company said that it will prohibit its drivers from using the Greyball app to evade regulators.
VW introduced Sedric, its new driverless concept car – perhaps representing the car of the future – at the auto show in Geneva this week.
A Rubik's Cube-solving robot has set a new Guinness World Record for solving the iconic puzzle in just over half a second.
Facebook quietly rolled out its 'disputed news' tag Friday, allowing certain users to flag false reports on the platform.
The outage was an abrupt reminder that the internet is not as invincible as its near seamless fusion with our lives suggests.
The tech giant's new service aims to bridge the gap between the traditional cable and network television offerings and the newer arena of streaming content.
Twitter unveiled new measures to crack down on abuse and harassment on Wednesday, including a shift to using algorithms to identify users in violation of the rules.
It can run, it can jump, and it may give some people nightmares. It's a new robot named Handle.
A robot created by the Japanese electronics company Omron has been certified by Guinness World Records as the world's 'first robot table tennis tutor.'
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.