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A French comic has been detained for defending terrorism after posting comments on Facebook that seemed to support the Charlie Hebdo attackers.
Improvements have arrived for Google's free Translate app, which, as you may guess, lets you translate both spoken and written words in an instant.
Hoping to ward off the next housing crisis, a company called WikiHouse is trying to popularize a 3D printed house with an open-source design.
You might think that smartphones have killed the dedicated MP3 player, but some companies are doubling down on them — and doubling the price.
As a result of the hack attack CENTCOM social media, the Office of the Sec. of Defense ordered that passwords be changed to 50 social media accounts.
While Silk Road enabled the sale of a variety of goods and services, it was also a hotbed for the sale of illegal drugs.
SpaceX's billionaire founder, Elon Musk, says his company's new Seattle engineering office will take the lead in creating next-generation satellites.
Apple was granted a patent on Tuesday for technology that allows its devices to read physical gestures and respond based on hand movements.
A computer was able to accurately assess personality using only a bit of users' Facebook activity, researchers reported Monday.
Research from Nielsen shows that Twitter activity in the weeks before a show's premiere can help predict whether it's going to hit or bomb.
Jury selection is scheduled for Tuesday in Manhattan federal court in the case of Ross Ulbricht, who authorities say created Silk Road.
The College Football Championship game is hours away, and fans going to the game in Arlington, Texas, now have a way to avoid game-night traffic.
With 2.2 million square feet of gadgets, everyone from Samsung to the Girls Scouts were showcasing the latest advancements in technology.
As President Barack Obama gave a speech stressing the importance of cybersecurity, the Twitter account for CENTCOM appeared to be hacked.
A scientific think tank that champions the development of artificial intelligence is calling for more research to avoid "potential pitfalls" of the technology.
An analysis found that residents of California tend to be the most boastful when it comes to sharing information on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
In the wake of the terrorist attacks on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, "Je Suis Charlie" has become a rallying cry in support of free speech.