The report, a draft of which was obtained by The Washington Post, is the first to study the millions of posts provided by major technology firms to the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Facebook on Friday revealed that a major software bug may have allowed third-party apps to wrongly access 6.8 million users' photos, including images that people began uploading to the site but ultimately chose not to post publicly.
More Americans are ditching paper money, but critics of cashless restaurants and shops say many people are being left behind.
The halt marks an abrupt about-face for a service many had criticized as a disturbing symbol of the growing role algorithms are playing in judging and predicting human behavior.
On Saturday, a beer-pouring robot will make its debut at Denver's Mile High Stadium. The machine is the latest in an influx of robots being used to cook and deliver food and beverages.
Sean Parker repaid California for his multimillion dollar wedding in the redwoods. In kind of the best way.
The filing suggests Ring doorbell cameras could be equipped with technology that would allow the devices to gather data and identify people considered “suspicious.”
YouTube removed 7.8 million videos and 1.6 million channels in the third quarter of this year, mostly for spreading spam or posting or inappropriate adult content, the company said in a report Thursday.
Richard Branson’s company got ahead in the race for commercial spaceflight once its manned spacecraft reached more than 50 miles high above California’s Mojave Desert.
“123456” and “password” were the most commonly used passwords for the fifth year in a row year, according to the review.
Here’s how to be a defensive online shopper — even on Amazon — in a world where data breaches are the new norm.
Speaking with The Washington Post after his first testimony to Congress, Pichai said that new AI tools — the backbone of such innovations as driverless cars and disease-detecting algorithms — require companies to set ethical guardrails and think through how the technology can be abused.
The game has drawn criticism for its historical accuracy and its limited scope is far from a substitute for scholarly study, but by pushing some stories that don't revolve around America's involvement into the pop culture discussion, 'Battlefield V' reminds that the Second Great War touched a multitude of nations. And there's value in that.
The purchases of AOL and Yahoo, at a cost of nearly $9 billion, haven't turned out as planned.
Police say there was no word of explosives found hours after a sweep of the building. Watch aerial footage of the evacuation scene.
The artist Alexander Reben is using artificial intelligence to create paintings. The MIT-trained roboticist believes that human-machine collaborations are the future of creative work.
U.S. government investigators increasingly believe that Chinese state hackers were most likely responsible for the massive intrusion reported last month into Marriott’s Starwood chain hotel reservatio...
After nearly four hours of rambling questions and partisan bickering, Pichai emerged on Tuesday from his first-ever testimony to Congress almost entirely untouched.
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai on Tuesday stressed in his high-profile appearance on behalf of the tech giant that it operates “without political bias.”
This may be the saddest 'Fallout 76' review you'll read.