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Google shared the statistics of its first year complying with Europe's "Right to Be Forgotten," revealing that it has evaluated over a million links.
Solar Impulse 2 suffered "irreversible" battery damage due to overheating during a non-stop, five-day flight to Hawaii from Japan.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, who helped pioneer the Wii and Nintendo DS, died on Sunday of a bile duct growth.
Nintendo President Satoru Iwata died Saturday from a bile duct growth, the company said in a brief statement.
The economics of YouTube make more sense for the 25-year-old and other artists looking to protect their future revenue.
Katherine Archuleta announced on Friday that she will step down from her position as director of the Office of Personnel Management.
Don't have a big budget like "The Matrix" did? There's a new app for making your own bullet time videos by combining images from multiple phones.
As the number of Web applications that track personal data continues to grow, one start-up is hoping to convince you to give it up voluntarily.
Ever go camping and think, "Boy, I wish there was a hot tub right here in the woods"? So has Benjamin Frederick, inventor of the Hydro Hammock.
Federal authorities are helping local police search for a 17-year-old girl from Clinton, Connecticut, who is missing after flying to Morocco.
Ever dream of walking on Mars? Well, that probably won't happen, but thanks to NASA, you can explore it from your phone or desktop.
OPM announced on Thursday that sensitive information including Social Security numbers for 21.5 million people was among the data lost.
A lawsuit filed by three drivers against ride service Uber should not proceed as a class action, the company argues in a court filing in California.
Researchers have created a new robot that combines the strengths of both soft and rigid materials, allowing it to leap explosively into the air.
Victoria Taylor is finally speaking out after her dismissal from Reddit sparked an angry wave of protests across the site.
IBM has created a working computer chip with transistors just 7 nanometers across, opening the door for even smaller, more powerful electronics.
The NYSE that the halt on the exchange was due to a technical problem that stemmed from new software that was rolled out the previous evening.