This flying car is lightweight and efficient enough to soar across the country, and small enough to fit into the parking spot at work.
Have a burning question for Mark Zuckerberg? Next Thursday, he might answer it.
As one of the most powerful tech executives in the world, Cook holds a unique position from which he can show the way for other gay corporate leaders.
Three Denver teens became radicalized online and chatted with an ISIS recruiter for a year before their attempted flight to Syria, report says.
With his announcement, Cook becomes the first Fortune 500 chief executive to come out publicly.
A class called “Alone Together: Finding Intimacy in the Age of Facebook” aims to explore the effects of social media — sometimes by giving it up.
It’s part of a deal the two companies announced on Wednesday that’s designed to let IBM’s clients mine the 500 million daily Twitter messages.
Starting on Thursday, Instagram users will begin seeing advertisements from Activision, Lancome, Disney, the CW and Banana Republic
Microsoft debuted a device that will allow users to monitor their fitness and health regimen, marking the software company's debut into wearable tech.
Tycoons may dominate China’s Internet industry but they pose no threat to the Communist party’s ability to control cyberspace, an official said.
America's first website has been resurrected by an archival team at Stanford University with a new archival tool.
The explosion of an unmanned Antares rocket bound for the space station taught a hard lesson to students whose experiments were on board.
The Motion Picture Association of America and the National Association of Theatre Owners are banning wearable recording devices in the cinema.
One of Apple's competitors in the mobile payment market sent out an email Wednesday telling users it has been breached, CNBC confirmed.
Joswiak acknowledged the mistake — but said the problem resided in how the software was “wrapped,” not with the update itself.
Cyber intrusions and other data breaches put the personal records of 18.5 million Californians at risk in 2013, the state AG reported on Tuesday.
Researchers say they may have identified a piece of the airplane flown by vanished aviatrix Amelia Earhart, Discovery News reported on Wednesday.
Researchers say they may have identified a piece of the airplane flown by vanished aviatrix Amelia Earhart.
The creator of Google Wallet is revolutionize payments again with a new terminal that lets retailers do a lot more than swipe a credit card.
Google announced a new platform called Fit on Tuesday that aims to put all the fitness and health data from your apps and devices in one place.
Facebook reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations, but the stock tanked on a disappointing outlook.
The Internet giant's secretive X division has been working on a technology that would help sniff out signs of cancer and other diseases.
Verizon has announced the Droid Turbo, the carrier's latest flagship phone and one that may lay claim to the best specs on the market.
Oh man, it’s a possibly dangerous wild animal! Let’s take a picture!
The Federal Trade Commission announced on Tuesday that it has sued AT&T for deceptive and unfair data throttling.
In 2013, YouTube let individual content owners sell subscriptions to their stuff, but it has done little to promote that option since then.
On Nov. 4, more than 90 percent of the politicians vying for votes will be on Twitter and Facebook.
Both Facebook and the NSA, you see, have open sourced their software, meaning these tools are freely available to the world at large.
The company last reported mobile views at 40 percent.
French police are blaming the Internet for inspiring a rash of aggressive clown incidents across France, in which 14 teenagers have so far been arrested.