Google has found Russian ads related to 2016 election
Google has identified tens of thousands of dollars in ad buys by Russian accounts that used YouTube or Google advertising to try to spread...
She's behind an honest social media movement
Larissa May, founder of Half the Story, is paid to speak on college campuses and conduct workshops about the realities of social media.
Project Loon gets federal clearance to provide cell service to Puerto Rico
The Google-born Project Loon could help provide connectivity to the storm-ravaged island.
GM unveils futuristic self-driving army truck
The SURUS can be used as a human drive truck or it can carry cargo on its own.
Tesla announces another delay -- this time its the semi-truck
Tesla fans won't get to see the company's electric semi-truck until mid-November, Elon Musk tweeted on Friday.
It's a make-or-break moment for U.S. bikeshares
Cities have the chance to make biking a mainstream method of public transportation.
Apple's Jony Ive: Some people 'misuse' iPhones
Apple's chief design officer says some people do "misuse" the iPhone by overusing it.
This company wants to stop floods before they happen
Opti thinks it has a solution that will reduce damage caused by monster storms and hurricanes.
RIP AOL Instant Messenger
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Apple teases new emoji, including gender neutral options
The new emoji will be available on iPhones and iPads with iOS 11.1
YouTube combats Las Vegas conspiracy videos
YouTube has always had videos with conspiracy theories, hoaxes and misinformation. In the wake of the Las Vegas shootings, the company has decided...
It's not just Amazon: Chinese tech giants are selling groceries too
Major Chinese e-commerce companies like Alibaba and JD.com are betting big on groceries, using brick-and-mortar stores to boost their online clout.