The battle between D.C. cabbies and Uber, the company that lets drivers use their own cars and be hailed via a phone app, has been well-documented.
It used to be when you created a fake girlfriend or boyfriend for yourself, you met at summer camp, and the proof came from postcards and letters that you did your best not to craft in your own handwriting.
Microsoft introduces the HoloLens headset, which would let users see three-dimensional digital images — or holograms — in daily life.
Facebook announced Tuesday that it has added an option for people to report fake news stories that appear on their newsfeeds.
Researchers found that human — including family and friends — social keenness was a less effective judge of personality than that of artificial intelligence.
Facebook users in the U.S. will soon receive Amber Alerts to help find missing children who may be located near them.
The U.S. government was not responsible for sustained electronic attacks that crippled North Korea’s Internet infrastructure last month, just after President Barack Obama promised that his administration would respond to the hacker break-in at Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., two senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press.
Sony says its PlayStation Network is back online after three days of disruptions that began on Christmas.
A new holiday themed video released by the Federal Aviation Administration uses a “Do” and “Don’t” premise to instruct children how to “stay off the naughty list” as they play with unmanned aircraft gifts this year.
Though the developers of the soon-to-be released “Driving While Black” smartphone application want motorists to download their product, there is a time when they definitely don’t want users searching for it.