World Cup: What are fans searching for on Google?
The 2018 World Cup kicks off on Thursday when host nation Russia takes on Saudi Arabia in the tournament’s opening game.
Apple bolsters iPhone security; says change aimed at blocking hackers, not law enforcement
Apple Inc. announced a change to its iPhone default settings Wednesday that's intended to further secure user information from unauthorized access.
Russian developer defends controversial 'Active Shooter' video game
The developer for a video game that stimulates a school shooting has found new ways to sell his game after an online gaming platform removed it...
Twitter eyes World Cup win with new updates for soccer fans
Twitter is getting ready for the World Cup with a host of new features geared toward soccer fans.
Kim Kardashian lobbies for tweet-editing feature
Wish there was a way to edit your tweets on Twitter?
What it's like to play Fortnite on Switch
Immediately after Nintendo's E3 press briefing , I headed to the Switch eShop to download Fortnite so I could play it at my desk.
Futuristic gene-editing technology may cause cancer
Game-changing DNA-editing technology intended to rid patients of diseases may cause cancer, according to two studies.
'Fortnite's' first World Cup boasts staggering $100M in prizes
"Fortnite" has become a cultural phenomenon, engaging celebrities such as Drake and Boston Red Sox pitcher David Price and making stars out of...
Looking at colleges? Ask Google
Figuring out where to go for college is a big decision.
Facebook releases 500 pages of answers to questions from Congress, but leaves some things vague
Facebook released more than 500 pages of answers to U.S. lawmakers’ questions amid continuing fallout from its handling of the Cambridge Analytica...
Eurosatory 2018: Huge wheeled military ATV swims and surprises
Gigantic self-inflating tires turn this bulletproof combat all-terrain vehicle into a tiny tank that floats and swims.
Your internet use could change as 'net neutrality' ends
NEW YORK (AP) — Your ability to watch and use your favorite apps and services could start to change — though not right away — following the...