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Growth in the number of people with access to the Internet is slowing, and more than half the world's population is still offline.
Apple has removed some applications from its App Store after developers in China were tricked into using software tools that added malicious code.
With their stashes of student data and government-funded research, universities are some of America's juiciest targets for hackers.
The leading drone industry group, the FAA and some law enforcement groups have spoken out against equipping the unmanned devices with weapons.
New York UPS driver Marlan Franklyn has become the city's most well-known delivery man thanks to the online community and a popular vlogger.
New data show that the trend where consumers jettison traditional cable and satellite packages in favor of streaming services is about to get a lot worse.
Don't like Facebook's personalized ads that follow you around the Internet? The social network is now giving users a tool to block them.
Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose, and sometimes you tie - unless you're playing against Janken the robot.
Video platform YouTube has announced it will soon enable mobile game streaming from its Android app.
The system uses a smartphone to help control blood sugar, and worked better than using separate devices, researchers say.
Scientists say they have come up with a new, ultrathin "invisibility cloak" that turns objects into perfect, flat mirrors.
A federal appeals court has handed Apple another victory in its ongoing smartphone fight with its biggest rival.
U.S. Cyber Command is building a massive, electronic system to provide an overview of the vulnerabilities of the military's computer networks.
A unit of China's largest train maker has signed a deal to help build a high-speed bullet train railway linking Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Amazon's OS 5 'Bellini' was introduced Thursday morning along with a major upgrade of the company's Amazon Fire product line.
Hackers backed by Moscow have been carrying out a seven-year campaign to steal intelligence information from western governments, a new report says.
This week, my twin brother Scott Kelly reached a milestone: the halfway point in his nearly year-long mission aboard the International Space Station.