Researchers found that those who typed with two thumbs managed an average of 38 words per minute, only 25 percent slower than the average typing speed on a full-sized keyboard.
The parents of two children are attempting to sue the maker of the massively popular video game Fortnite because they believe the creators “knowingly” made the game as addictive as drugs such as cocaine.
A Georgia teacher is under investigation by a local school district after allegedly showing students an image of the Confederate flag and stating it was a way to “announce that you intend to marry your sister.”
The U.S. government’s highway safety agency is gathering information on reports of malfunctions with a Tesla feature that lets drivers summon their cars in parking lots.
U.S. Senator from California Kamala Harris has formally asked Twitter to suspend President Donald Trump's @realDonaldTrump account.
Facebook, a massive and lucrative platform built on constant engagement, is now going to start hiding likes.
Online delivery service DoorDash announced that 4.9 million customers, Dashers and merchants were affected by a data breach Thursday.
A woman who lost her iPhone during an outing on a river in South Carolina got it back in working condition after a YouTube star and diver found it more than a year later.
Handing Google a major victory, the European Union's highest court ruled Tuesday that the EU's "right to be forgotten" rules that allow people to control what comes up when their name is searched online do not apply outside the 28-nation bloc.
Our social media feeds have become flooded with cute images of newborn babies and proud parents, but one Ph.D. student in Florida decided to take photos with her five-chapter dissertation instead.
With more and more technology allowing parents to keep an eye on their children’s use of phones and social media, some experts say that parents have become more prone to monitoring their college-aged children even when they leave for college.
New York State Assemblywoman Monica Wallace is introducing state-wide legislation for facial recognition software in schools.
Five years ago, Uli Beutter Cohen started @SubwayBookReview, an Instagram account featuring photos of straphangers with their current reads. It now counts some 114,000 followers.
Representatives from Facebook and Google testified before the House Judiciary Committee to detail what they are doing to combat hate on their platforms. Facebook public policy director Neil Potts said its artificial intelligence technology helped the company take down millions of copies of the New Zealand mosque shooting after it was livestreamed last month.
Australia hopes its new laws that threaten prison and major fines for social media executives who fail to quickly remove violent livestreaming from their platforms will become a model for other countries.
Elana Mugdan is trying to go a year without using her smartphone. Vitamin Water chose Mugdan's "No-Phone" infomercial from more than 100,000 entrees, it says, in an attempt to demonstrate how we all ought to resist the monotony of scrolling, the same way Vitamin Water resists the monotony of bottled water.
Mogul Paris Hilton talks about travelling about 300 days a year as she runs her social media, perfume, skin care and DJing empires.
Walt Mossberg, the elder statesman of tech columnists, sent shock waves Monday when he announced he is quitting Facebook.
Retail and tech giant Amazon is reportedly planning to create a massive workplace in Long Island City, Queens. But can the area handle the influx of workers?
The NYPD released security camera video in connection with an apparent fight and beating that took place on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Oct. 12, 2018. Police hope to identify the people seen in the video.