Prime Minister Theresa May has called for closer regulation of the internet following a deadly terror attack in London.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he tried to talk President Trump into keeping the U.S. in the Paris climate accord but "it wasn't enough."
How and when Facebook removes offensive content is once again being called into question.
Twitter is not good enough at removing hate speech from its platform.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have created an artificial intelligence system that uses five different facial expressions to diagnose if a sheep is in pain.
It was one of the saddest days ever for Spice Girls fans and now Ginger Spice has apologized for her part in it.
China's controversial new cybersecurity law came into effect Thursday in the face of criticism and confusion from international companies.
SpaceX is poised to do something it's never done before: send the same spacecraft into Earth's orbit for a second time.
Even if you had been allowed to kick the tires as the world's largest airplane was rolled out for the first time Wednesday, it might have taken you a while.
Hey Siri -- will I even need to type search terms in the future?
Facebook wants to make it simpler for you to understand how to lock down your account -- and protect yourself from hackers.
Top leaders of five Nordic countries are rejecting claims that they "trolled" President Donald Trump by posing for a photo that is drawing comparisons to the US leader's now-infamous moment with a glowing orb during his trip to Saudi Arabia last week.
One day, your Amazon package could be dropped from the sky without any damage -- thanks to a special label.
Wearing a nearly 5-inch thick coat of carbon-composite solar shields, NASA's Solar Probe Plus will explore the sun's atmosphere in a mission that begins in the summer of 2018.
Be very careful what you "like" on Facebook.
Forget the boarding pass. JetBlue will just scan your face.
If your child bought something in an app from Amazon's app store without your permission, you may get your money back.
Waze is doing its part to fight California traffic.
Half a sentence and a typo from the President of the United States are the most-talked about trends on the Internet.
You've seen it in every cheesy police procedural: A suspect is caught on grainy security camera footage. Someone tells the computer tech to "enhance!" and a pixelated blob magically morphs into a recognizable face.
Andy Rubin, the founder of Android, is back with a new phone.
The star of "Jane the Virgin" has opened up about having anxiety.
British Airways said its IT systems are back up and a full flight schedule is planned Tuesday at London's airports, where thousands of passengers were stranded because of the breakdown.
Leaders of the seven most powerful countries convened in the Sicilian town of Taormina for the G7 meetings. But on the sidelines of diplomatic talks, a new bromance seemed to have flourished between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron, France's newly inaugurated president.