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Federal transportation regulators and the country's main pilots union are warning against shipping large quantities of lithium ion batteries.
Mark Zuckerberg has made his displeasure known over a tweet by Facebook's board director, Marc Andreessen, that offended Indians and others worldwide.
The electric-car company said it planned to deliver 80,000-90,000 Model S and Model X vehicles this year.
Twitter said its monthly active users were 305 million, down from 307 million in the previous quarter.
Senators say Backpage failed to comply with a congressional subpoena into how it screens ads for possible sex trafficking.
There's a new Disney star, and it's not a character, a cartoon, or a movie. It's a drone that beams light and performs acrobatics during shows.
Drones with specialized vision systems could make search and rescue processes quicker and easier, researchers suggest.
Amazon has some very strict rules about how you can use its new video game software ... unless there are zombies around.
The IRS said that the attack was not related to an outage of its computer systems that hampered its ability to process tax returns last week.
Twitter is finally announcing some long-anticipated changes — a move away from its chronological timeline.
The decision by the NHTSA is a major step toward ultimately winning approval for autonomous vehicles on the roads.
Researchers say the one-celled bacteria can focus much like a human eye can, but the image would be much blurrier.
Social media gaffes are often deleted within minutes — which is why a site called Politwoops plans to archive them forever.
The move is part of a broader effort by Amazon to control the rising cost of shipping billions of packages.
The FBI calls the problem "going dark," and Director James Comey said it impacted all levels of law enforcement.
Human-rights activists want to load old memory sticks with South Korean soap operas and Hollywood movies and smuggle them into the North.
Google is pushing security with an update to Gmail and free Drive space for anyone that double-checks their security settings.
Facing mounting criticism that its social media platform is a forum for unchecked bigotry, Twitter has formed a task force to handle online abuse.
The feds are investigating a claim that personal data related to thousands of DHS and FBI employees was hacked and has been posted online.