On Tuesday, the European Court of Justice ruled that a 15-year-old law called Safe Harbor that governs how many US tech firms transfer Europeans' data to the US is invalid, likely forcing companies like Facebook and Google to revamp how they deal with users' data.
The Mercedes-Benz Actros, a self-driving big rig, began driving on public roads in Germany last week. Once it's on the highway, the Actros automatically stays in its lane and adjusts its speed to the flow of traffic.
The Safe Harbor pact enabled US companies to self-check that they were meeting the European Union's high standards for data security, but a court ruling Tuesday invalidates Safe Harbor, requiring international watchdogs to check on data security.
Facebook announced on Monday that it is partnering with a French satellite operator to provide its own Internet.org service to larger swaths of Sub-Saharan Africa by mid-2016.
Apple Watch is now available at Best Buy and will soon sell at Target stores nationwide.
The social media giant has teamed up with French satellite company Eutelsat to connect people in remote regions of 14 countries in Africa.
Photoshop Fix condenses some of the most powerful features of Adobe Photoshop into a free photo editor for iPhones and iPads.
After years of debate over the Library of Congress' failure to adapt to changing digital technology, the resignation of its longest-serving Librarian represents a new opportunity to move into the digital age.