Will the U.S. have to spend tens of billions of dollars on new infrastructure to charge the pending swarms of electric battery vehicles?
The company's first astronauts could go into space 'in about four months.'
There's an old saying: On the internet, no one knows you're a dog. They also don't know if you're a Russian propagandist.
Sure, having Amazon come to town is like winning the golden ticket — but economists say the retail giant could create havoc for residents and local businesses.
Google and Twitter executives are also expected to testify before the House and Senate intelligence committees on Nov. 1.
The internet can feel like a cause-a-minute factory. Then there's #MeToo.
Mark Zuckerberg has pledged to get 1 billion people using virtual reality, but is he the one living in an alternate reality?
Netflix is facing new competition in the video space — and not just as traditional TV networks launch their own apps.
A Samsung subsidiary is plunging $5 million into Los-Angeles based Pluto TV, one of the biggest ad-supported online TV channel distributors.
From ordering coffee the way you like it to keeping you in the correct lane, even the most basic car of the future will do more than just get you from A to B.
Soap company Dove has apologized for a now-deleted Facebook advertisement showing a black woman removing her shirt to reveal a white woman underneath.
AOL Instant Messenger, the program beloved by '90s kids and people who really didn't want to talk to their co-workers, is heading into retirement.
Former Equifax CEO said he was "ultimately responsible" for the breach, but also blamed one person in the IT department. Then "Monopoly Man" showed up.
Researchers who developed cryo-electron microscopy, a technique that lets us image viruses and tiny cell structures, won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Despite the efforts of Google, Twitter and Facebook, fake news about the Las Vegas shooter's political leanings and his religion gained traction online.
NBC research shows that smuggled prison cellphones, linked to fraud, drug-dealing and violence inside and outside prison, are especially common in the South.
Can companies like Uber and Equifax find redemption? Here are a few companies that did.
Are hackers exploiting the Krack attack to spy on you?
Soft bots able to change color and texture could have key military and research applications.
After a tweet from actor Alyssa Milano, social media was overwhelmed with personal stories of being the victims of sexual harassment or assault.
Technology has been very good at giving us what we want, but less good as giving us what we need.
Rose McGowan's Twitter silencing is raising more questions about how the site handles reports of abuse and decides who and what can stay.
Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook's chief operating officer, said Thursday that the social network will reveal how Russia-linked groups targeted Americans with disruptive ads.
They're starting them young at Amazon.
The government doesn't have a right to communications by people committing no crime and "engaging in protected First Amendment activities," the judge wrote.
A report prepared for private clients by the cybersecurity firm FireEye found North Korea tried to breach U.S. electric companies using spearphishing emails.
While the government response has been criticized, Silicon Valley is mobilizing to help connect Puerto Rico after the devastating hurricane.
President Donald Trump says Russian hacking is a hoax, but his own agencies have been quietly working with states to beef up their cybersecurity resources.