Still, the latest penalty isn’t likely to have much effect on Google’s business.
Nearly hands-free streaming TV device unveiled by Amazon
Amazon's new streaming TV device will let users shout out when they want to turn on the TV, flip channels or search for sitcoms.
Amazon's new streaming TV device, Fire TV Cube, will let users shout out when they want to turn on the TV, flip channels or search for sitcoms — all without pushing any buttons.
Credit card payments evolve beyond the mobile wallet
After Facebook scrutiny, is Google next?
How you're tracked online _ and what you can do about it
The explosion was recorded by government sensors on Dec. 18, according to a NASA tracker for fireballs.
Facebook has been working to address a slew of social consequences related to its platform, with varying degrees of success.
Some 1,800 newspapers have closed in the United States over the last 15 years. The percentage of news deserts is higher in the Northeast and Midwest.
Lyft and Uber have raced to be first with an IPO, and Lyft’s rival is expected to offer shares in the coming weeks.
Currently Facebook users have to report such photos before the company’s moderators will review them.
The world’s largest social network said it has resolved the issue, which affected millions of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users Wednesday.
As with nearly every Facebook outage, users headed to Twitter with the hashtag #facebookdown quickly becoming the top trending topic.
A quartet of new wellness devices includes a new budget-friendly smartwatch, two health-focused fitness trackers, and a revamped device for children.
SpaceX closes in on human spaceflight with this weekend’s debut of a new capsule designed for astronauts.
A self-proclaimed Black History buff is behind a new national archive of digitized images of African-American history, arts and culture.
The world’s biggest mobile industry trade fair will be overshadowed by a global battle between the U.S. government and Chinese tech company Huwawei.
“Beacons of Hope — Stories of Strength from Chicago” profiles five Chicagoans and the work they’re doing in South and West side neighborhoods.
Now there is one more place where cameras could start watching you — from 30,000 feet.
The Galaxy Fold, announced Wednesday in San Francisco, will sell for $1,980 when it is released April 26.