Twitter announced policy changes aimed at promoting safe discourse for users of the social network. The updates are the latest in efforts by social media companies, researchers, and others to end online abuse and harassment using innovation and technology.
Xiaomi, the 'Apple of China,' has begun knocking on America’s door.
Beginning Tuesday, Google will promote "mobile-friendly" sites at the top of search results for individuals who use smart phones or tablets when surfing the Web.
In a rare move for a Chinese company, the CEO of Huawei, Eric Xu, said that if China wants the best information security, it must keep its markets open to foreign technology.
Thanks to video streaming apps Periscope and Meerkat, fans can now feel closer than ever to celebrities such as Tyra Banks to Al Roker.
Google's latest update to its search algorithm could hurt businesses that aren't tech-savvy. It highlights how Silicon Valley insists on dragging us all into the future.
Watson, the famous IBM robot that appeared on Jeopardy! in 2011, can do more than beat its human counterparts at trivia now.
Beginning Thursday, the Seattle publication Real Change will accept digital payments through street vendors using a smart phone app developed by Google.
Google announced an update to the Android Wear smart watch platform that adds gestures, Wi-Fi, and custom emoji.
Verizon announced FiOS Custom TV, which lets customers pick a basic package of 35 channels and two genre-specific packages of additional channels for $55 per month.
Last August, Uber introduced its cab-sharing service uberPOOL, which it claims has been popular and environmentally friendly.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says the database includes more than 170,000 emails and 30,000 other documents from the studio and a subsidiary.
Jawbone introduced the Up4, a $200 fitness tracker that allows users to pay with their American Express credit card by tapping their wrists on a special terminal. The Up4 also tracks a user's heart rate, steps, and sleep patterns.