New York City has set up hundreds of free Wi-Fi kiosks around the city, giving internet access to everyone - including the city's homeless.
Amazon is said to be planning a $5-per-month music service exclusively for Echo owners.
Lifestage, a new video-centric app by Facebook, only allows members ages 21 and younger.
The FCC is calling for an industry 'strike force' to tackle the rise of the robocalls. The 33 companies set an Oct. 19 deadline to produce solutions.
In the past six months, the social media platform has suspended 235,000 accounts for violating the site's policy against the promotion of terrorism.
The ride-sharing company will begin testing semi-autonomous vehicles this month, part of a long-term goal to replace human drivers with robotic ones, according to a new report.
The ride-hailing firm said it would challenge rules by London's transport authority that mandate English testing for drivers and other strictures on its operations.
Ford plans to put fully driverless cars on the road by 2021, but will current and future regulations slow them down?
California-based Velodyne, which makes the sensors that can act as a self-driving car's 'eyes' on the road, announcing the funding on Tuesday.
Xiaomi, once the undisputed leader in Chinese cell phones, has lost considerable market share and been overtaken by Huawei Technologies.
A mysterious group calling itself the 'Shadow Brokers' claims to have stolen – and to be auctioning off – NSA-linked cyberweapons.
Though the fastest internet connections today arrive on wire lines, Google is looking to change that – and shake up the marketplace in the process.
The Apple chief executive reiterated the company's mission while also acknowledging his foray into social issues, in an interview with The Washington Post.
The operator of Hyatt, Sheraton, Marriott, and Westin hotels says that it has been targeted by hackers, who for months collected customers credit card information.
On Sunday, Hybrid Air Vehicles delayed the first test flight of the Airlander 10, a 300-foot airship, due to a 'slight technical issue.'
Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have found a way to not only help parents everywhere, but also protect individuals who work with chemicals or other harmful substances.
These temporary tattoos, printed on gold leaf, could be the next big thing in both fashion and wearable technology.