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Pope Francis has called the Internet a "gift from God," but confesses to being a "disaster" with technology.
The EU is announcing an antitrust move against Google. Details on the charges, with CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin.
The General Accountability Office concluded more work must be done to protect planes against hackers and other cybersecurity threats.
AT&T Inc. and three cable and wireless trade groups have filed separate lawsuits challenging the FCC's new regulations governing web traffic.
Sony announced a pair of new point-and-shoot cameras on Tuesday which it claims are the world's smallest to feature a 30x zoom.
Bionic ants and robot butterflies may sound surreal, but they are part of the vision one German firm has for the factories of the future.
DARPA has announced the final list of tasks that robots will be expected to autonomously perform in the agency's Robotics Challenge later this year.
Hackers, most likely from China, have been spying on governments and businesses in Southeast Asia and India uninterrupted for a decade.
Apple's first foray into the world of the smartwatch generated nearly 1 million pre-orders in the United States on Friday.
Hillary Clinton took a little over 12 hours to storm to 600,000 likes and more than 1.8 million video views after setting up her first Facebook page.
Body cameras have become a go-to solution for police trying to improve relations with the public. But some don't want the public to see the footage.
The Apple Watch has arrived and fans are lining up around the world for their first chance to try one on.
Researchers in China have devised a treatment for cotton that makes the fabric both flame-resistant and waterproof.
The Apple Watch is already out of stock for people buying it the normal way —but there are plenty for sale on eBay.