Tech companies are taking steps to cut down on dangerous rhetoric and the potential for violence ahead of and during Inauguration Day.
Ford CTO Ken Washington says 2021 will be the year that electric cards truly begin to take off in the U.S., and that self-driving cars will start appearing on roads in 2022.
Apple has announced a host of initiatives as part of its $100 million commitment to combat racial inequity and injustice.
A former Obama adviser who worked at Facebook says the company and Twitter are responsible for the attack on the Capitol Wednesday.
Facebook has indefinitely banned President Trump from using the platform following Wednesday's attack on the Capitol.
A push unionize by Google employees seeking a greater say in the way the products they build are used still has a long way to go before they can force any change.
During the coronavirus, we’ve had the benefit of technologies that have let us see and talk to our loved ones, watch the latest movies, play games with friends, and, for those lucky enough, work from home without issue.
Apple Fitness+ is a fantastic workout app complete with videos and coaches that motivate you to keep pushing yourself.
The PlayStation 5 offers robust parental controls that allow you to set limits on everything from content to play time. Here's how to set them up.
Apple's iPhone 12 is made up of parts from around the world, and with this 3D model, you can see where a number of pieces come from and what they look like inside of your iPhone.
2020 was a banner year for U.S. IPOs even amid a global pandemic and financial crisis. Momentum will continue into 2021, with the hotly anticipated debuts of Roblox and Affirm.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted on Tuesday that he tried to get a meeting in 2018 with Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook about the possibility of Apple buying the electric vehicle giant. But Cook refused, according to Musk.
The massive Russian cyberattack on the U.S. government was perpetrated through something meant to keep computer systems safe: software updates.
A bipartisan coalition of states on Thursday became the third group of regulators within two months to file a lawsuit accusing Google of violating antitrust laws, as America’s tech giants face increasing scrutiny over their size and power.