Facebook on Thursday said that it had left "hundreds of millions" of its users' passwords exposed in plain text, potentially visible to the company employees, marking another major privacy and security headache for a tech giant already under fire for mishandling people's personal information.
SpaceX’s Dragon spacecraft carried a mannequin and 400 pounds of supplies to the International Space Station, a big step for NASA proving commercial human spaceflight could happen soon.
The ride-hailing company Lyft filed paperwork Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, closing in on its highly anticipated initial public offering. And, in an unusual move, it had a little...
SpaceX will launch an uncrewed rocket from the Kennedy Space Center early Saturday, an important test for NASA and the company. It comes at a time when controversy is swirling around company founder Elon Musk.
Elon Musk’s tweets earlier in the week had sparked an industry-wide guessing game over the electric automaker's big surprise.
Google said Thursday that it would block YouTube users from leaving comments on most videos that feature minors, responding to reports that pedophiles had used the site to find, track and exploit children.
The pleas follow a U.S. campaign to discredit Huawei among European allies.
Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler answers your questions — and wants to hear about your tech nightmares.
Where other massive online games have failed, Ubisoft's new flagship online game hopes to fill the current void.
The new video uses virtual reality to highlight the many dangers of venturing onto frozen water as the spring thaw approaches.
The Weather Channel is using new real-time graphics and visual effects in many of their videos. See an example of it during this ice and climate change segment.
Smartphone sales have been falling for five straight quarters. But industry experts at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona believe 5G can spark more sales.
The launch of Airbus SE and partner OneWeb’s six satellites is the first step in a plan to give millions of people in remote and rural areas high-speed internet
Federal regulators fined social media app Musical.ly — now known as TikTok — $5.7 million for illegally collecting the names, email addresses, pictures and locations of kids under 13, a record for violations of the nation’s child privacy law.
Austrian video game company THQ Nordic is apologizing after it agreed to an ask-me-anything session on 8chan, the freewheeling Internet messaging board that was briefly delisted in 2015 by Google after being accused of hosting child pornography.
The company unveiled an early model of an autonomous delivery robot on Tuesday.
On Wednesday, OneWeb plans to launch the first six satellites from a remote launch site in French Guiana, a key step toward building out a constellation that could eventually reach nearly 2,000 satellites.
Twitter has permanently suspended Jacob Wohl, a far-right activist who previously tried to fabricate evidence about special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, for creating fake accounts in an attempt to try to manipulate the 2020 presidential election.
Congressional Democrats embarked Tuesday on a wide-ranging campaign to probe Facebook, Google and their peers in the tech industry, a new burst of oversight that could bring heightened attention to some of Silicon Valley’s controversial business practices.
The decision is a big defeat for the Justice Department's top antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim.
As the gaming world continues to rise in prominence and cultural visibility, abusive behavior by players has been hard to root out and, to some, threatens to curb the rapid growth of gaming and esports.