Why all cities – despite their unique geographies, cultures, and accidents of history – are really the same.
Apple Pay and other mobile payment services have struggled in the US. But internationally, mobile payment services are helping providing access to banking for people without bank accounts, underscoring an global divide.
Li-Fi, a technology that uses visible light pulses rather than radio waves to send data, has achieved speeds of 1 Gbps in real-world tests. Here's how Li-Fi works, and why it might be more secure than Wi-Fi.
The Austrian Supreme Court will decide whether 25,000 Facebook users in Europe can sue the social media giant over privacy violations, Austrian activist Max Schrems announced on Monday.
Volvo envisions a car that can take over the driving while the passenger reads or watches movies. It expects to pilot the cars in Sweden in 2017.
Spot, the mechanical dog first introduced in February, is now being tested alongside combat units.
The affordable headset, released on Friday, provides immersive viewing experiences while sitting down. But many videos take a while to download, and it may take a while before virtual reality apps live up to the technology's promise of providing truly interactive storytelling.
In a bid to raise awareness about issues of 'fair use,' the site will provide legal aid to four users threatened with takedown notices.
Stream TV, Comcast's new video streaming service, won't be constrained by regular data speeds or monthly data caps – which could have big effects on 'net neutrality' and the Internet itself.
The social media giant realizes that some relationships come to an end. They have developed products to ease that process online.