The indictment targets the Internet Research Agency, a known Russian entity, for meddling with the 2016 election.
Russians in St. Petersburg passed English-language tests and studied U.S. politics to target what they called the ‘crap country.’
That’s up to the Trump administration, Congress and technology companies. So far, the answers are elusive.
The Justice Department says the company is on a "fishing expedition."
The tiff comes as the National Space Council, led by Vice President Pence, is set to meet again.
The Chrome tool has begun automatically blocking what Google has determined to be some of the Web's most annoying ads.
TOWN SQUARE | Opendoor.com, Knock.com and Letgo.com recently announced expansion plans aimed at revolutionizing the real estate marketplace.
At a confirmation hearing for the Federal Trade Commission, several senators asked about the rise of Facebook and Google.
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The HomePod was Apple’s big chance to reintroduce Siri to a world dubious of its intelligence — and Siri stumbled out of the gate.
The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler interviews Siri in the HomePod, Apple's new smart speaker. Her answers left a lot to be desired.
Uber's sudden settlement of a high-profile lawsuit filed by Google's parent company is the most striking example of Uber’s new lower-risk approach under its new chief executive.
The White House's plan to end federal support of the orbiting laboratory and privatize it would probably run into strong opposition.
A Florida man says one of his wireless headphones caught fire while he was at the gym.
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Passwords are the bane of modern digital existence. But they're very hard to kill.
British lawmakers raise alarms over YouTube's move to label videos from state-funded broadcasters.
Apple’s talking speaker, the HomePod, goes on sale Feb. 9. Post tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler says there are five things you should know before buying one.
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We donned blindfolds to test Apple’s smart speaker versus Amazon, Google and Sonos. But it was Siri that really let us down.
Under new executive orders, state officials contracting with Internet providers for service may only do so if the providers agree not to block or slow websites, or to offer websites faster delivery to consumers in exchange for an extra fee.
Uber will give Waymo a small stake in the ride-sharing company in the settlement that was reached on the fifth day of a high-profile lawsuit between the two companies. Uber’s CEO in a letter expressed regret for how the company acquired technology at the heart of the lawsuit. This is a developing story. It will […]
Facebook to deliver expanded report on potential Russian interference in Brexit vote
"Deepfakes” are fake celebrity porn videos created with face-swapping technology. On Feb. 7 Reddit banned “deepfakes” from their website.