For the first time ever, one billion people used Facebook in a single day, according to founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The Pentagon announced the FlexTech Alliance, a group of 162 companies and universities including Apple, Boeing, and Harvard University.
Iowa's new digital driver's license raises privacy concerns as critics question the need to collect residents' personal information all in one place.
The Jamaican Olympic gold medal-winning sprinter had an encounter this week with recent technology. The outcome was probably not what he was expecting.
The photo-sharing app Instagram will, for the first time, allow users to post photographs in a portrait and landscape format.
Google has rejected the European Commission's charges that the company harmed consumers and producers by distorting Internet search results to favor its own shopping service.
Select users are testing M, Facebook Messenger's digital assistant service that uses both human and artificial intelligence.
A North Dakota law allows police to outfit drones with 'less-than-lethal' weapons including stun guns and tear gas. The bill's original sponsor says he didn't want weapons of any kind on drones, but that the state law enforcement lobby altered the bill's language.
Backed by a Kickstarter campaign, SmartHalo pairs a device and a smartphone app to allow bikers hands-free navigation and notification alerts.
Google's online video giant launched a new gaming site Wednesday, a year after failing to acquire the streaming video service Twitch.
Bjørn Nyland nearly doubled the expected mileage for a Tesla Model S. Mr. Nyland used "hypermiling" techniques, such as driving at slow speeds and coasting to a stop when necessary, to make his Model S as efficient as possible.