A Kansas City company has developed a way to secure personal information in the blink of an eye.
During Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, LeBron James went down hard after an elbow from his teammate. The internet reacted as expected.
It's up to your friends and family to make sure a sexbot doesn't take over your social media accounts.
Google's human flypaper patent gets an "A" for effort, but would it actually keep people safe?
The company is marketing it as "the fitness method gyms don't want you to know about."
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends restricting how much time kids spend with screens, but the limits depend on how those screens are used.
The Elizabeth line will start moving passengers in 2018, but you can see what its new stations will look like now.
LinkedIn is now resetting passwords for more than 100 million users after the data breach four years ago.
The Director of National Intelligence said cyber attackers are targeting the presidential campaigns.
Microsoft offloaded Nokia to a subsidiary of Foxconn. Now, the phone brand can start running Android instead of Windows Phone.
Nearly a decade old, Twitter will be updating its 140-character limit so pictures and links don't count against users.
Twitter will soon allow users more space in its character count, according to a report from Bloomberg .