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'Pokemon Go' players are descending on an atomic bomb memorial park in Hiroshima, and officials of the western Japanese city are displeased.
Facebook has a birthday gift for its 1.71 billion users, but it will come one day late.
A year of change under the leadership of Jack Dorsey brought tweaks to Twitter, but what it hasn't brought yet is a surge of loyal new users.
A Washington D.C. comic artist has something Hillary Clinton might want: ClintonKaine.com
An Atlas V rocket carrying a classified satellite for the National Reconnaissance Office blasted off this morning from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Mobile ads are the future of digital ads, say experts, and Facebook's 1.17 billion monthly active users make it very appealing to advertisers.
Lester Holt talks with former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta about Donald Trump's comments on Russia.
Little of note appears in the alleged voicemails, which NBC News hasn't been able to authenticate and isn't quoting.
Facebook continued its growth streak with second-quarter earnings results on Wednesday that outperformed Wall Street expectations.
Almost 10 years from its initial launch, Apple announced it recently sold the billionth iPhone.
In this contentious election cycle, one incendiary political post on Facebook can have the potential to turn friends into foes.
Both cyber experts and party officials fear a major leak just before Election Day.
The theft of 20,000 emails from the Democratic National Committee has barely registered a ripple in Russia.
The comedian, who previously supported Bernie Sanders, voiced her support for Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.
Philae, the trailblazing, space exploring robot that made history when it landed on a speeding comet, bid its final farewell to Earthlings today.
Japan's Nintendo booked a quarterly operating loss on a sharply stronger yen and delayed the launch of an accessory for "Pokemon Go.'
Tesla officially opened its Gigafactory on Tuesday, where making its own lithium-ion batteries will reduce its battery costs by more than a third.
Apple sold more iPhones than expected in the third quarter, soothing fears that demand for the company's most important product had hit a wall.
Domingo Juan Andres is a suspect in at least two sexual assaults in Riverside, California.