The Post’s Geoffrey A. Fowler gets a first look at three of Samsung’s newest Galaxy phones. They’re packing some technology you have to see to believe, including holes in the screen for camera lenses and invisible fingerprint readers.
The Federal Trade Commission is under pressure to issue a steep fine and other sharp penalties against Facebook to prove that it’s able to keep Silicon Valley in check, privacy advocates and congressional lawmakers say.
EMarketer expects companies to spend nearly $130 billion on digital ads, compared with about $110 billion on traditional advertisements.
A massive fraud operation affects potentially millions of Android users, according to Oracle researchers.
Microsoft said it had found and attempted to disrupt a "spear-phishing" attack by Russian intelligence aimed at groups that had criticized Russia.
Nearly 1 in 10 mobile connections in North America will be served by 5G by 2022, according to Cisco.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard believe the soft membrane covering a lobster's abdomen could guide the development of a new type of flexible body armor for humans. The membrane is as tough as the industrial rubber used to make car tires and garden hoses.
Exclusive: A new study finds bugs in five of the most-popular password managers. So how is it safe to keep all your eggs in one basket?
In a series of interviews with Western news outlets, Ren Zhengfei is disputing allegations of cooperating with the Chinese government and cast U.S. legal action as "politically motivated."
Lawmakers on Sunday said Facebook had "violated both data privacy and anti-competition laws" in the country, stressing that the U.K. government should open investigations into the social media giant's business practices.
The expert on child psychology described the proposal as a restriction similar to limiting drugs or alcohol.
Lead producer Mike Gamble chats at length with The Washington Post about the heralded game, which releases Feb. 22.
Facebook’s actions and public statements are facing inquiries from several federal agencies regarding the mishandling of millions of users’ personal data.
The fine would be the largest the agency has ever imposed on a technology company, but the two sides have not yet agreed on an exact amount. Facebook has expressed initial concern with the FTC’s demands, one of the people said. If talks break down, the FTC could take the matter to court in what would likely be a bruising legal fight.
The agency wants to crush unwanted robo-calls and texts as it escalates the war against scammers.
In a shake-up at Activision Blizzard, the industry grapples with Fortnite’s free gaming model.
Chief Executive John Legere defended T-Mobile’s $26 billion deal to buy rival wireless carrier Sprint in Congress.
Members of Congress are complaining directly to wireless carrier leaders.
The lawsuit alleges Gene Levoff profited and avoid losses of approximately $382,000 by illegally exploiting corporate information.
The contract is for a mission to study asteroids near Jupiter. Elon Musk's company escalated its war with United Launch Alliance by filing a protest, saying it "offered a solution with extraordinarily high confidence of mission success at a price dramatically lower than the award amount."
University of Maryland researchers say a new temperature-regulating fabric could help people save energy and reduce the costs of air conditioning and heating.