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Facebook's photo-sharing service says its more than 300 million users are sharing tens of millions of photos and videos each day.
Sony's movie studio could face tens of millions of dollars in costs from the massive computer hack that hobbled its operations, experts said.
The company has completely fallen off Glassdoor's annual Best Places to Work list, which ranks the Top 50 companies to work for in the U.S.
'Ascension' depicts a hulking spaceship the size of the Empire State Building flying toward another star.
A new study reveals that nearly a quarter of video advertising content was consumed not by people, but by bots.
The Pirate Bay, the most notorious bittorrent site on the Internet, has fallen off the net after Swedish authorities raided servers in Stockholm.
FBI Director James Comey says investigators haven't yet determined who was responsible for a massive cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
The city of Portland, Oregon is suing ride-sharing service Uber for allegedly not following safety and consumer protection rules, as well as illegally operating in city limits. KGW's Chris Willis reports.
Fashioning such a tool is largely about building image recognition technology that can distinguish between your drunken self and your sober self.
The option will be available in the retailer's sports and entertainment collectibles, collectible coins, and fine art divisions.
Portland sued Uber on Monday to stop the fast-growing ride-hailing service from operating in the Oregon city until it follows local regulations.
Amazon says it will shift more of its drone testing outside the U.S. unless it gets quick permission from U.S. regulators to conduct outdoor trials.
Apple has published its best-of and most-downloaded lists for 2014, and it turns out it was a good year to be smart and creative in the App Store.
Thanks to modern firefighting technology and techniques, the massive fire that lit up downtown Los Angeles didn't engulf other parts of the city.
The group that claims responsibility for the hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment demanded the film "The Interview" be canceled - or else.