Apple CEO Tim Cook delivered a commencement speech at Tulane University May 18, and said his generation failed on climate change.


In a motion filed with the Court of Federal Claims Friday, the company said the privacy was necessary because the suit contains “confidential and proprietary information and source selection information not appropriate for release to the public.”

A new White House campaign to collect stories about alleged instances of political bias on social media has drawn wide-ranging objections from free-speech advocates, privacy hawks and open-government experts.


Uber's IPO celebrations were boozed-filled benders that and occasionally got out of control, hearkening back to the company's culture under ousted CEO Travis Kalanick.

The collision was at least the third fatal crash in the U.S. involving Tesla's driver-assistance system.

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Privacy advocates have more serious concerns.

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The biggest problem with wireless ear buds like AirPods is getting them to stay on your ears. Which can pass our test?

We are about to find out just how heavily U.S. tech firms depend on this banned Chinese manufacturer.

The research shows how police nationwide are blurring the boundaries of the technology's acceptable use.

Facebook said it shut down 265 fake accounts run by an Israeli social media company on Thursday for engaging in “coordinated inauthentic behavior” as it sought to affect politics in African, Latin Ame...

Lilium, a Munich-based startup, has unveiled an electric five-seat, air taxi prototype that completed its first flight earlier this month. The aircraft is designed to take-off and land vertically.

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As the OWL preps for its second All-Star Game Thursday, three league analysts weigh in on what their best-possible rosters would look like, plus their favorites and disappointments from the first half of the season.

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Geoffrey Fowler gets help from rocker Sammy Hagar to test how well the wireless Apple AirPods, Powerbeats Pro and Bose SoundSport Free fit and stay in our ears.

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The White House on Wednesday embarked on an unprecedented effort to collect names, contact information and other details about Americans who say that Facebook, Google and Twitter censor their political posts online, marking a controversial escalation of President Trump's long-running allegations that tech giants are biased against conservatives.

SpaceX faces competition in its quest to encircle the globe with satellites to beam WiFi from OneWeb and even Jeff Bezos' Amazon

The White House will not sign an international agreement to combat online extremism brokered between French and New Zealand officials and top social media companies, amid U.S. concerns that the pact clashes with constitutional protections for free speech.

The move comes a month after robocallers dialed Americans nearly 5 billion times, according to one industry estimate.

The ban dealt a swift symbolic blow to a key technology rapidly being deployed by law-enforcement agencies nationwide.

The messaging app is encouraging iPhone and Android users to update their software to protect themselves.

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