Three years after its high-profile launch, Nick D'Aloisio's News Digest app is being shut down.
The social network, dealing with existential questions about its role in the world, isn't just about connecting everyone. It now wants to try to help people get along.
Commentary: Uber’s bad-boy culture puts a spotlight on how Silicon Valley needs to change.
Debuting in India, the new Profile Guard feature will stop unwanted people from copying your profile picture, and could expand to additional countries soon.
When sales eventually start to dip, you've got to appease the shareholders somehow.
The old directors are out, and word is that esteemed director Ron Howard may be taking over.
Uber's recently fired CEO, Travis Kalanick, knew that his top self-driving car engineer had Google files in his possession in March 2016, according to newly filed court documents.
The admission was made by Uber lawyers as part of a response to Waymo discovery demands. Uber lawyers served the response on June 8, and it was revealed in a public court motion (PDF) filed by Waymo lawyers late yesterday.
According to Uber, former self-driving car chief Anthony Levandowski told Kalanick that "he had identified five discs in his possession containing Google information." Kalanick told Levandowski not to bring any Google information into Uber. Levandowski later told Uber he destroyed the discs, and Uber never got the discs, according to Uber lawyers.
We know the "Rampage" movie will have three things: The Rock, The Ford Bronco and Naomi Harris.
Sauce on a plane
Heightened security at airports clearly doesn't apply to all liquids, at least not in Italy. An airport in Genoa is allowing flyers to travel with 500g jars of the local speciality sauce – pesto.…
As it should be, considering how immensely capable it is.
Researchers at Caltech say that they're developing a single-layer "lensless camera" that can switch from a fisheye to a telephoto lens instantly.
It might seem obvious, but new data from Safehome offers a fascinating look at the different ways different generations balance privacy, security and convenience.
This Android budget phone has a fingerprint reader and a battery you can actually remove.
Redmond shrugs, says PC would already need to be thoroughly pwned
Flaws in Microsoft PatchGuard create a means for hackers to plant rootkits on Windows 10, 64-bit OS devices.…
In its third incarnation, faster processors and a much better keyboard finally make the 12-inch MacBook a contender.
Lenovo's first ThinkPad was a groundbreaking crowdpleaser back in 1992. Now, 25 years later, the company will honor it with a nostalgia-inducing throwback model.
He apologises for causing any offence after saying he finds a male voice more trustworthy on Siri.
He'd have been aiming higher than the top of London's Shard to hit his mark
A Canadian sniper has reportedly shot dead an Islamic State terrorist from the astonishing distance of 3,450 metres – more than two miles away.…
Organised crime coppers cuff young men
Detectives have arrested two men in the UK this morning in connection with an international "conspiracy" to break into the Microsoft network.…
Skimmers are illegal card readers that criminals can hide at places like gas pumps to steal your credit card data. Here's how to stay safe.