The last two Blockbuster Video stores in Alaska will shut their doors, leaving just one left in the United States.
A report from Bloomberg Businessweek described Tesla's Fremont, California, plant as unsafe and exhausting for workers.
South Dakota is apparently the place to be for retirees, according to new rankings.
Uber laid off dozens of employees in Pittsburgh following a fatal self-driving vehicle crash in Arizona earlier this year.
Twitter announced Wednesday that accounts locked for suspicious activity will no longer count as followers.
Facebook's first round of original, fully funded news programming will debut on July 16.
A U.K. government office levied a fine against Facebook for its role in the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
The electric car company will apparently give some Model 3 buyers a way to show up and get their cars in just a few minutes after delivery.
As the iOS App Store turns 10, take a look back at the most successful apps and games of all time.
Snapchat revealed Tuesday that a new Lens Explorer page in the app would let users explore community-made camera filters.
Whole Foods Market stores around the U.S. will offer exclusive deals during Amazon's Prime Day promotion.
As of Monday, potential Tesla buyers can make an order on the company's website without needing an invitation or reservation.
Twitter shares fell by eight percent on Monday after a Friday report that the company was purging as many as a million fake accounts per day from the platform.
Drake's newest album "Scorpion" surpassed a billion streams in a single week, becoming the first album to do so in this new, streaming-centered music economy.
Social media memory lane app Timehop reported a data breach on July 4 that affected 21 million users.
Both Uber and Lyft have apparently looked into acquiring intercity bus travel startup Skedaddle.
MoviePass added surge pricing to popular movies, but there are a couple of ways to get around it.
Amazon Prime Day is almost upon us, so here are some important things to know going in.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed on Thursday that the Model 3 sedan can now park itself, free of human assistance.
Popular dating app Tinder announced Thursday that its new looping video feature for profiles would roll out to iOS users around the world.