Leading western venture capitalists, including Richard Branson, are investing heavily in Estonian startups.
The Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System reportedly saved an F16 flying over Syria.
The doll, critics say, could be used as a surveillance tool, among other things.
Where does the collapse of ancient societies tell us about where we are heading?
Researchers in Korea say that energy could be created simply by ‘everyday motion’.
Counterterrorism legislation could increase tensions with Silicon Valley and the U.S.
Users complain they were not made aware of the the software that could be capable of collecting sensitive data.
With little congressional involvement, the Justice Department is changing the rules about how law enforcement obtains warrants.
The developer claims artificial skylight 'tricks the brain' into believing it’s the real thing.
Facebook users can now opt to have their accounts permanently deleted upon their death.
Unwelcome Pepsi advertisements interrupt movie-watchers programming.
After growing concern, company clarifies to customers with whom it’s sharing their voice commands.
The FCC unanimously votes for improved indoor location for emergency calls, worrying civil liberties advocates.
Yes, startups are sexy, but the big tech companies have some advantages.
California judge rules the social network must go to court over controversial practice.
From Manhattans to Margaritas, will you ever set foot in a bar again?
Facebook team answers community questions in second global town hall.
China has developed emerging stealth fighter technology, anti-satellite missiles and now has one aircraft carrier in operation