As more videos involving murder and violence crop up on the social network, pressure is mounting for Facebook to gain control.
The device, code named "Knight," could make the Echo more useful for video chats and online shopping.
The average price to free your computer from ransomware used to be $294. It's more than tripled in the last year.
NextVR made sports history by broadcasting weekly NBA games in virtual reality. The next step is getting people to watch.
Electric mountain bikes will help propel you farther into the wilderness and faster up the hills. But is it really bicycling?
Now in its second year, the Sea Otter Classic's eMTB race sent riders through a sand bog, over boulders and up steep hills.
Yes, another one, but these have the all-important earloop to keep them in place during vigorous exercise. Plus: the cable-management board returns, a Bloom County comics bundle arrives and a sweet giveaway, er, arrives also!
Preorders for the ambitious Android phone with the QWERTY keyboard will begin as early as May 18.
Users of Facebook Lite will find new features borrowed from the original app, with India-specific camera effects too.
A robotic system developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology can 3D print the basic structure of a building.
A new report details how hackers could use your smart meter to figure out what you're doing at home -- and when you're out.
There are no dates yet, but director George Miller is ready to head out to "The Wasteland" to revisit the 2015 blockbuster hit.
Bethesda's post-apocalyptic RPG is entering the tabletop wargaming space in November with Fallout: Wasteland Warfare.
The adorable toddlers who crashed the BBC's interview with their father Robert Kelly are now being immortalised as a cartoon.
NASA's protoplanet probe's third reaction wheel has failed in the lead-up to observations of Ceres' weird bright patch.
Commentary: The co-founder of the company that reportedly tracked Lyft receipts and sold the data to Uber tries to defend the practice.
Commentary: My love affair with bike sharing was an emotional roller coaster ride that crashed.
Commentary: The fire jokes won't die, as the late-night host presents a parody ad.
Company benefited from components sales in the first quarter and expects mobile to rebound with the Galaxy S8. But it's worried about the next iPhone.
The inbox cleanup service has been accused of violating federal privacy laws by allegedly harvesting user data.