The anchor's claim that her blog was hacked to include homophobic posts looks implausible.
Spaceport America was supposed to bring a thriving space industry to the southern New Mexico desert—but for now it’s a futurist tourist attraction, not an operational harbor to the cosmos.
A new document reveals the scope of Facebook’s power—and a new commitment to transparency about it.
… then the Indian internet laughed at him.
“Alexa, play Jeopardy!” my son will bark. And she follows his command.
As people spent more and more time in cars, auto interiors transformed into living spaces, where food and drink became necessities. An Object Lesson.
Amid scandal, the company is traveling across America to teach local businesses how to make it big online.
The company is facing multiple lawsuits from brands who say it does not do enough to prevent fakes from being listed on its website.
Cannabis entrepreneurs gather to pitch venture capitalists, "Shark Tank"-style, for a $10,000 prize.
Legally blind since age 18, my father missed out on the first digital revolution.
Advances in biking gear had an impact on advances in gender equality. An Object Lesson.
Donald Trump used an infamous phrase to describe U.S. military action in Syria, the latest in the president’s tradition of remixing and amplifying messages from his predecessors.
Twenty years ago, another high-profile tech executive testified before Congress. It was a more innocent time.
Should law enforcement be able to test them?
After CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony, are U.S. legislators prepared to regulate the social network? Should they?
You don’t need to be hacked.
The pages are operated out of Eastern Europe and the social network took almost two months to shut one of them down.
A proliferation of free, entertaining online content often leads parents, kids, and tech companies to overlook—or worse, disregard—data-privacy laws.
Researchers are designing devices that capture electricity from on—or even inside—the human body.
The Facebook CEO’s defense of data collection is slipperier than it seems.
A simple way for the House to outdo the Senate
The first day of the Facebook CEO's congressional testimony featured a snubbed chicken chain, an aspiring teen Instagram star, and plenty of confused dialogue.