Facebook is introducing a news features called “The Journalism Project” to combat fake news from spreading.
Intuition Robotics, a startup pioneering social companion technologies, has developed Elli•Q, an artificial intelligence robot companion that keeps older adults active and engaged.
Ads will soon be coming to videos on Instagram stories.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange held an AMA Tuesday and the 45-year-old activist could not run from the trolls, who kept asking him “are you really here?”
AT&T has revealed that starting in March 2017, it will begin charging $5 more per month for its grandfathered unlimited data plans. This means AT&T’s plan will cost $40 per month.
Microsoft announces one of its biggest Insider Builds for Windows 10 Monday. The latest version 15002 includes a ton of new features such as the Start menu in the Edge browser, Windows Ink, Cortana, Defender and other built-in features.
Hackers in Russia and Japan have already figured out how to add more games to the NES Classic Edition. Here's how you can play any game on Nintendo's NES Classic Edition.
Samsung has updated its Smart TVs feature the Smart Hub platform, which offers users content focused on sports, music, video on demand and apps.
Milo Sensor, Inc, a Santa Barbara-based startup, has developed the next generation of wearable sensors that detect chemicals in your body based on perspiration from your skin.
Sony announced the most-downloaded games of the year for the PlayStation Store for 2016 - and you might be shocked to find out which game is number one.
Ms.Brown will be joining Facebook this month to lead its News Partnerships team.
Tinder showed off its own “headset,” called Tinder VR at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
Amazon Restaurants recently added voice ordering to its service. Here’s how Alexa can get dinner on the table in less than an hour.
Lookout Mobile Security Vice President Of Consumer Products Sachin Kansal Talks How Businesses And Consumers Can Prepare For 2017
Sachin Kansal, vice president of consumer products at Lookout, a San Francisco-based mobile security company, chats with IBTimes on how consumers can protect their account information from hackers and how businesses can prepare for 2017.
To start the New Year, Microsoft published a blog post on Thursday that revealed Xbox achievements from the past year and teased what we can expect in 2017.
iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access services is finally out of beta testing and is available to download on mobile, desktop and select consumer compatible devices.
If you own an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you’ll soon get to see a new version of Instagram.
Amazon will be opening a bookstore in New York City, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Hulu announced the price for its upcoming live TV streaming service at Citi’s 2017 Internet, Media & Telecommunications Conference on Tuesday in Las Vegas.
You'll soon get to capture every mile you ride on a virtual road in your living room.