On Wednesday, the site said it would now rank status updates from a user's friends and family higher in its News Feed, with less emphasis on posts from businesses and other organizations.
Modern Meadow, a Brooklyn-based startup, announced Tuesday that it has raised enough money to begin manufacturing biofabricated leather.
A chatbot created by 19-year-old student Joshua Browder has successfully appealed 160,000 cases in New York and London for free.
A spokesperson for the website told reporters that it uses GPS data points to suggest 'people you may know.'
Google, whose Android operating system is already the best selling OS on smartphones and tablets, could release its own device by the end of the year.
Cybersecurity researchers alerted Google to this Chrome bug in May, but the company has not changed anything yet.
The bootcamps promise 12-week immersive training programs, but critics say high job placement numbers may not be credible. Will federal loans help or undermine credibility and costs?
The rise of autonomous vehicles revives an old ethical dilemma, known as the trolley problem.
Solar Roadways is working with the Missouri Department of Transportation to install a stretch of solar road that could generate enough energy to power a rest stop.
In social systems, incentives can work in perverse ways.
Is taping your laptop a necessary security precaution? The chief executive officer of Facebook apparently thinks so.
Instagram, the photo- and video-sharing app, announced the introduction of automatic translation, to be rolled out over the coming month.
Investors are expressing skepticism at Elon Musk's latest move in his mission to transform the way humans consume energy.
BMW isn't the only automaker to get into home electricity game. Although Tesla has received a lot of press for its Powerwall module, numerous automakers are exploring how to use car batteries to power homes and offices.