A suspicious drone with voice technology is attempting to lure children from public schools and playgrounds, Akron officials say.
The creator of the Google News feature expressed his dismay at fake 4chan results during the Las Vegas shooting -- and says the algorithm problem runs much deeper.
A new report says the supposed Atlanta-based anti-Clinton "Williams and Kalvin" social media duo is actually a Kremlin-backed propaganda arm from Nigeria.
St. George's, University of London scientists say they've successfully tested an Ebola virus vaccine that is safe for both children and adults.
Burton read the children's book to the StarTalk host to finally make good on a May Twitter conversation.
Tesla's Elon Musk and Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello took to Twitter to potentially plan a solar power grid rebuilding in hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico.
Stephen Paddock, the alleged Las Vegas mass shooter, reportedly purchased firearm products from Walmart, Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's — which now show Bump Stock listings as “unavailable.” A senator has proposed a ban on the semiautomatic tool.
Google's top search results for news on the Las Vegas shooting showed "false flag" 4chan forums that identified the wrong shooter and labeled the event "fake."
Season 4 of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “StarTalk” NatGeo series premieres Sunday night with the astrophysicist interviewing Lance Armstrong on the science behind cycling and steroid use in the sport.
Hinge Matchmaker allows your married or Cupid-feeling friends to set you up on dates with mutual friends -- or even break the ice for you.
Today's teenagers, dubbed the i-Generation, are dating less and pursuing sexual activity less than their Millennial and Baby Boomer predecessors.
Neil deGrasse Tyson once again took on climate change deniers, this time focusing on those who "cherry pick" science to prove their own points.
Facebook's advertising and "boosting" tool approved posts for audiences that included "Jew Hater" and "why Jews ruin the world."
Amazon has deleted more than 1,000 customer reviews of Hillary Clinton's book, What Happened, with polarized online political groups likely skewing the numbers.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon compared bitcoin to the infamous "Tulip Mania" economic bubble.
Edward Snowden spoke with Der Spiegel on everything from government surveillance crackdowns, Russia's role in the DNC hacks and even Mark Zuckerberg's presidential ambitions.
A South Carolina school district is urging the community to anonymously report incidents of student cyberbullying using its QuickTip app program.
The heated rivalry between two of baseball's biggest stalwarts took to Twitter after news broke Tuesday of the Red Sox Apple Watch cheating scandal.
Humanoid "robot priest" and Softbank Group bot "Pepper" is available for-hire if human monks are too expensive at Japanese funerals.
Far-right leaders including Richard Spencer, Identity Evropa and The Right Stuff circumvented PayPal's anti-hate policies to fund the deadly Charlottesville rallies.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has some advice for spectators of the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse: put down your smartphone.
A joint committee of Israel's Health, Finance and agricultural ministries approved a plan to increase government-supervised medical marijuana revenue from $1 billion to $4 billion in annual exports.
Indian authorities say they've arrested four people from a private firm and charged them with cyber crimes related to the 'Game of Thrones' Season 7 leaks.
Actor Tom Cruise appears to be injured during a stunt on the set of "Mission: Impossible 6" in London.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says there's "no reason" marijuana is illegal in the U.S.
FaceApp, the selfie-editing app, allows users to filter themselves as black, caucasian, Asian or Indian. The app has now drawn accusations of racism.
The host of the beloved "Reading Rainbow" children's show is being sued by a PBS affiliate for alleged misuse of its most famous catchphrases in promotion of his own "Skybrary" mobile app.
The NYC hotel industry launched an attack ad on cable news that says Airbnb aids terrorists in hiding from law enforcement.
Nipton, California may become the mecca of marijuana tourism, American Green planners say.
Jiftip presents itself as a seemingly satirical alternative to wearing no condom at all -- although there's no real safety or health benefits to using the penis sticker product.