That long-awaited Mark Zuckerberg response: Everything's fine! Mostly fixed! Facebook's great! All good in the hoodie!
The sound of stable door shutting years too late
Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, has broken his silence about his data gathering and advertising firm's unforeseen role in data gathering and advertising.…
Mark Zuckerberg promises changes will be made following the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
This onboard footage shows the road ahead in the moments leading up to the crash, as well as an interior view of the driver.
Commentary: Facebook isn't a "community". It's a dangerous tool, especially in the wrong hands.
In his first public statement on the controversy, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admits to mistakes involving misused data affecting more than 50 million user accounts.
Bill is intended is to curb online sex trafficking by holding website operators more accountable for their users' activities.
The Chinese company, the world's third-largest smartphone maker, can't catch a break in the US. It's already shut out of the US carriers.
Commentary: The embattled Facebook CEO will be on grilled tonight on CNN. But will he express contrition for the Cambridge Analytica mess?
Our intrepid reporter tries to track down mystery tech
GDC After months – no, years – of Magic Leap promising to revolutionize the gaming world with its augmented reality technology, this week the company finally launched… sort of.…
The US Senate today passed a bill that weakens legal protections given to websites that host third-party content, saying the measure will help stop promotion of prostitution and sex trafficking on the Internet. But the legislation won't actually help victims of sex trafficking, and will erode online free speech, critics say.
The Senate passed the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act (SESTA) in a 97-2 vote. Only Sens. Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) and Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) voted against the bill, which is also known as the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA). It already passed the House of Representatives, and is expected to be signed by President Donald Trump.
The bill changes Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, which provides website operators with broad immunity for hosting third-party content. The bill declares that Section 230 "was never intended to provide legal protection to websites that unlawfully promote and facilitate prostitution and websites that facilitate traffickers in advertising the sale of unlawful sex acts with sex trafficking victims."
As we build more robots, more people will be needed to manage them, and they may not all be advanced engineers.
Now owners of the more budget-friendly Tesla can have Siri relay how much charge their car has or honk the horn.
BMW plans to launch 25 electrified models by 2025.
AI hardware plans up for grabs
Facebook has revealed its updated GPU-powered server design known as Big Basin v2 as part of the Open Compute Project.…
A defect in the manufacturing process is inhibiting two models from doing their job.
We've been waiting on a Nest-Yale collaboration for quite a while, but does this $249 lock live up to the hype?
The Department of Homeland Security wants to make sure your votes aren't hacked in future elections. Not every state is interested in its help.
As the gun debate rages, the world's largest video site takes down posts that demo how to assemble a firearm or that sell certain gun accessories, like bump stocks.
The $249 Nest x Yale lock works with Nest products to detect your presence and manage who comes and goes.
Your guide to understanding the road to self-driving vehicles, as defined by the Society of Automotive Engineers.