A new report indicates Apple is planning to build and use its own chips in Mac computers by 2020, ditching Intel.
The social media giant said a technical bug was responsible for the site failing to delete unpublished videos recorded by users.
Gay dating app Grindr has been sharing the HIV status of its users with other companies.
Consumer DNA tests often produce false-positives regarding a person's genetic predisposition to diseases, a study found.
Democratic senators are warning a proposal by FCC Chairman Ajit Pai could strip internet from millions of low-income households.
ZTE launched the Tempo Go, a budget-friendly smartphone running Android that costs $80.
SpaceX received FCC approval to build Starlink, its satellite constellation designed to provide broadband internet service.
A California judge has ordered coffee sellers like Starbucks to include a cancer warning on their coffee.
Apple released iOS 11.3, which introduces a new feature that can turn off the company's controversial performance throttling feature.
Cambridge Analytica reportedly still hasn't deleted the entirety of the user data it collected from more than 50 million Facebook users.
Elizabeth Smart has asked that lawmakers in Rhode Island stop invoking her name on a controversial bill that would charge a fee to view porn online.
A new study claims that eating out can lead to increased levels of phthalates, a chemical linked to several diseases, in the body.
The Ecuadorian government has cut off Julian Assange's internet access following a number of political tweets made by the WikiLeaks founder.
Tim Cook took some shots at Facebook in a recent interview, stating Apple has chosen not to turn its customers into a product the way Facebook has.
Emails conversations between Uber and members of Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's staff purportedly show the parties trying to hide Uber's autonomous vehicle program from public.
Facebook is introducing new privacy features following questions about company's commitment to protecting user data.
Mozilla has launched a new extension for its Firefox browser that blocks Facebook from tracking users around the web.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly planning to testify before the U.S. Congress over the company's data privacy practices.
Apple unveiled a new iPad targeted to students and teachers that includes compatibility with the company's Apple Pencil.
A lawsuit filed by a prominent conservative radio host accusing YouTube of censoring conservatives has been thrown out by a judge.