The European Union is over the days of us having too many chargers for all of our devices and want to create one universal wire that works for all cell phones and handheld gadgets, which is setting up a potential clash with companies like Apple.
Instagram is putting a hold on the development of an “Instagram Kids” app so it can address concerns about the vulnerability of younger users.
An elderly Michigan man is accused of trying to bomb phone stores to stop the spread of porn.
Omi in a Hellcat, a YouTuber whose real name is Bill Omar Carrasquillo, is speaking out after he was accused by federal authorities of heading a massive digital piracy scheme.
Google plans on transforming a former freight rail station in Manhattan into a 21st-century campus.
Microsoft has offered passwordless sign-in for commercial accounts since March
A private company is aiming to revive the woolly mammoth, raising questions about ethics and unintended consequences.
United Airlines on Friday reported a system outage that briefly impacted its website and mobile app, as well as operations at some airports.
Clive Sinclair, a British inventor who rose to prominence in the early 1980s with a series of affordable home computers, has died at 81.
Devan Ibiza is growing his following on TikTok with videos of the beats he creates from sounds he records around the city.
The creators of the Bored Ape Yacht Club used an algorithmic program mixing and matching images of apes, different fur colors and fur patterns, outfits and accessories to create 10,000 unique images varying in rarity.
Apple has released a critical software patch to fix a security vulnerability that could allow hackers to directly infect iPhones and other Apple devices without any involvement of the owner. Here's how to update various Apple devices.
Apple unveiled its next iPhone lineup. The new iPhone 13 will come in four different designs, with prices starting in a range from $700 to $1,100. Apple also shows off its new Watch series, iPad, and iPad mini.
The pop star willingly deleted her Instagram account and is “happy and in a great place,” a source told Page Six.
There is a trend of “grandfluencers” – web-savvy seniors racking up a big social media following
Apple released an emergency security software patch to fix a vulnerability that an internet watchdog group says allowed spyware from the world’s most infamous hacker-for-hire firm, NSO Group, to infect the iPhone of a Saudi activist without any user interaction.
A company that most of the legal U.S. sports betting industry uses to verify that its customers are where they say they are reports a record number of transactions over the first weekend of the NFL season.
Microsoft told employees Thursday that it has indefinitely delayed their return to U.S. offices until it’s safer to do so.
It’s not exactly “Robocop,” but robots that can detect “undesirable social behaviors” are being tested this month in Singapore.
So-called tattleware programs allow companies to monitor their remote workers. But does such software really promote better productivity?