An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.
Boston Dynamics has riveted YouTubers with videos showing their robots performing physical feats. The tech company's latest teaser video shows their popular robot, Atlas, doing tricks worthy of a gymnastic competition.
The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court on Thursday that it acted properly when it eliminated net neutrality rules, marking its first salvo in battling back claims that the repeal was illegal.
Facebook cracked down on over 800 accounts and publishers on Thursday, saying that the politically-oriented accounts violated its policies against spam.
The contracts went to the United Launch Alliance (ULA), Northrop Grumman and Blue Origin.
A growing number of simulations are helping audiences understand the consequences of ignoring hurricane evacuation warnings.
The agency's watchdog found that Boeing, the main contractor, is expected to burn through the remaining contract funds by early next year, three years ahead of time and without delivering a single rocket stage.
The merger will allow CVS to turn its locations into medical hubs for more basic services.
Snap announced a series of 12 scripted shows on Snapchat Wednesday in an effort to spark a renewed interest in the app as it hemorrhages users and money.
Google argues that, since all phones are starting to look the same, what matters is what a phone is capable of doing. The Post’s Geoffrey A. Fowler examines the new artificial intelligence upgrades to Google’s newest phones, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
Google’s new smartphone can screen calls and take its own photos using artificial intelligence. Is that enough to overcome data worries, and win converts from Samsung and Apple?
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella says the tech industry shouldn't shy away from the problems that have confronted the industry this year. “Having the scrutiny is actually good,” he said.
A few months after another successful test flight over the Mojave Desert, billionaire Richard Branson says his space company, Virgin Galactic, might be out among the stars in a matter of weeks.
- The Switch
Google+'s unpopularity is a distraction. Don't fall for it.
Google will close most of its failing social media platform after discovering that hundreds of thousands of users potentially had their personal data exposed because of a previously undisclosed software bug.
A software bug prompted Google to announce it will shutter the social platform.
Government officials managing dot-gov websites will soon have to use the Google Authenticator app on their smartphones for two-factor verification.
After the myriad of privacy issues Facebook’s endured the past few years, should you be concerned about their latest smart device? The Post’s Geoff Fowler takes you through it.
The first consumer hardware from the social network is a $200 smart speaker with a video camera that tracks your movements. Would you put one in your living room?
In photos, it looks like an upscale Manhattan penthouse for a lucky owner. In reality, the $15,000 a month home appearing on Instagram is a place for select "influencers" to create the illusion of a curated lifestyle.