Then there were vaping smartphones, computer scent machines and a messaging app that can only say "yo."
The world's biggest ad platform is planning its own ad blocker.
More than 23 million people—or more than 7 percent of the country's population—are employed in some way by the U.S. government.
Snapchat's stock value also took a hit following Evan Spiegel's alleged comments about India.
A new study finds that computers can acquire the same prejudices as people—linking male names with work, math and science, and female names with family and the arts.
The former Republican congressman said the whistleblowing group is a tool used by Russian military intelligence.
A group of hackers targeted the U.K. Foreign Office over several months last year.
The latest scandal comes days after Uber's PR chief resigned from the embattled company.
Your internet-connected fridge may be making money for other people.
It is the first time in almost a century that the most valuable U.S. carmaker is not based in Detroit.
A medical startup has developed an experimental "SkinGun"—the world's first device to use a patient's stem cells to directly heal the skin.
Wealth and health are intrinsically linked in America, according to research.
As Uber contends with scandals and lawsuits, its biggest rival just raised half a billion dollars.
Blue Origin will be funded by the deep pockets of the world's second richest man.
The material, developed by chemists at the University of California, could reach the market in 2020.
Facebook, Google, Microsoft and Twitter met with ministers following the London terror attack last week.