The tech giant is being investigated on both sides of the Atlantic for requiring manufacturers that want to use its Android operating system pre-install its apps. But not everyone's convinced that actually matters to users.
On Wednesday, the company said it would test a pilot program that makes passengers in some cities pay a fee if drivers wait more than two minutes. The move comes as Uber settled a closely watched suit with drivers.
The social media giant announced Wednesday that it will be creating a class of non-voting shares, a move that will let Mark Zuckerberg retain his leadership.
As the digital age unleashes a tricky new area of intellectual property rights, Blizzard Entertainment says it cannot let fans play pirated versions of the original game, lest courts decide it has failed to defend its copyright.
Dyson is entering a brand new market today with the Tokyo release of its new Supersonic hairdryer. The company says it has improved hairdryer technology, largely unchanged for 60 years.
The FBI announced Wednesday it would not share the vulnerability that allowed hired hackers to unlock the iPhone of San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farouk last month.
Two cities in Germany, Augsburg and Cologne, have embedded LED warning lights in the curbs at crosswalks to keep otherwise preoccupied pedestrians safe when they cross the street.
Tests conducted in London – one of the busiest cities in the world – are expected to provide Volvo with valuable data to improve its driverless cars.
Apple had revenue decline for the first quarter in 13 years. But record-breaking sales records still outshine the shadow of the current slump.
Twitter is cracking down on abusive tweets and users. The platform has just unveiled new improvements to its reporting tool.
A new camera drone technology raises a philosophical question: When is a selfie not a selfie?
A recent thought-powered drone race could signal a first step in brain-controlled technology becoming more usable and widespread in everyday life.
Sirin Labs, a British-Israeli startup, plans to sell highly secure phones aimed at executives next month. But the phone's features could eventually trickle down to mass consumer devices, some technologists say.
Scientists have discovered technology that could potentially make batteries last hundreds of thousands of recharge cycles, rather than just hundreds.
Some experts say that the shutdown may be an effort to promote local tech companies that are competing with foreign companies, including Apple.