Today, the slow roll out of Amazon's cashierless Go stores continued with a second location opening on 300 Park Avenue.
As the US-Chine trade war continues, so does the threat of further tariffs being imposed by President Trump.
Nintendo announced quite a few new games at E3 this week, but a reveal of new Switch models was missing (Nintendo did warn us!).
Facebook's Vice President of AR and VR, Andrew Bosworth, has said that the social network will be bringing out new versions of Facebook Portal this fall, adding to the ever-growing range of smart devices out there.
When the next SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket lifts off from the Kennedy Space Center later this month, it will be carrying a spacecraft fuel that's safer for humans, but also much more powerful than the fuel it replaces.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has suffered a data breach involving hackers getting access to photos of travelers and license plate images.
I've seen a lot of strange game controllers in the past, but a beer can is new to me.
Google is reportedly urging the Trump administration not to ban it from doing business with Huawei, citing security concerns.
A vulnerability in old Windows machines is so bad that even the US National Security Agency is urging the public to patch their systems.
The latest release of Mozilla's Firefox browser will now block third-party tracking cookies by default.
Two iOS developers have filed a class action lawsuit against Apple on claims the company's App Store is a monopoly.
A serious flaw in older Windows systems now has Microsoft worried it'll only be a matter of time before it's abused to spread a computer worm.
The North Face is apologizing for secretly changing photos on Wikipedia pages to promote the brand's products.
A propaganda effort possibly out of Iran has been using Facebook and Twitter to try and impersonate real Americans, including a handful of US congressional candidates, according to new research.
(Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Mark Zuckerberg is countering calls to break up Facebook, saying that doing so would only diminish his company's billion-dollar attempts to fix the social network.
Facebook is routinely taking down posts for suspected spam, hate speech, and bullying.
It seems Amazon is preparing for a push into the wearable device market with a voice-activated gadget capable of detecting human emotions.
Looking at data from an annual telephone poll conducted by Pew Research Center and quantified in tables here by our partners at Statista, it's easy to see that YouTube and Facebook far outpace the rest of the competition when it comes to daily use on both PCs and phones. Seventy-three percent of US adults claim they're checking YouTube daily; 69 percent have a daily date with Facebook.
Visit any of the major digital music stores and you'll find unauthorized copies of songs for sale and streaming.