The government is seeking to unmask every person who visited an anti-Trump website in what privacy advocates say is an unconstitutional "fishing expedition" for political dissidents.
Under a reported partnership with Apple, insurance giant Aetna is considering offering Apple Watches to its 23 million insurance customers for free or at a discounted price to encourage healthier lifestyles.
Smart cities are all the rage, with the promise of more efficient tech to improve our lives. To help bring the concept to reality, two Colorado-based companies have a plan to keep traffic moving on busy roads.
Paul Allen's AI research outfit is opening its doors to a handful of startups, dangling $250,000 in funding and the promise of opportunities to draw on the human brain power of its in-house Ph.D.s.
With plans to protest outside Google's offices this weekend, conservatives are taking America's culture wars directly to Silicon Valley, a place that was long insulated from political rancor.
A computer programmer who created malware used to hack the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 U.S. presidential race has become a cooperating witness in the FBI's investigation.
With more team projects being managed in the cloud, Google has added new collaboration capabilities to its G Suite productivity apps, including the ability to name different versions of cloud-based docs.
For the first time, mobile carriers reported activating more connected cars than phones in Q1 2016. But in the minds of anyone who has seen Terminator, questions about security arise.
A leading neo-Nazi website was still sporadically accessible despite efforts by website registration companies Google and GoDaddy to oust it after it mocked the woman killed in a deadly attack.
How bad is the hack? Cybercriminals released an email from HBO in which the company expressed willingness to pay $250,000 as part of a negotiation over data swiped from HBO's servers.