What led hundreds in San Francisco to march to City Hall?
The number of ransomware attacks in April leapt 159 percent in one month.
Frustration for those who pre-ordered Oculus Rift spilled over in Reddit and social media.
But the decision needs to be approved by Congress by December 1.
San Jose saw the highest displacement of low- and middle-income residents and the lowest displacement for high-income residents among 10 U.S. cities.
With a new stock structure, Mark Zuckerberg can focus on long-term projects like virtual reality and free global internet.
Five companies have put aside their differences to help create a national framework of laws for self-driving cars.
The breach occurred last December when the security professionals found a database that was left vulnerable.
Only Tidal—yes, the one that exclusively held Kanye West's The Life of Pablo—has all of Prince's discography for streaming.
The new law giving government power to collect DNA samples is for national security reasons, says a Kuwaiti official.
The federal government is asking the biotech unicorn company for documents following regulatory probes from California.
Severely criticized by Silicon Valley, can the longtime senator from California face tech opposition in her 2018 race?
Sixty-two percent of Democrats said they would rather host Frank Underwood from House of Cards than Trump.
Facebook believes its bots are the best chance to up-end Google and Apple's app-based ecosystems.
"Apple is not a demon. I hope people don't perceive the FBI as a demon."
Facebook's CEO will be joined by astrophysicist Stephen Hawking and Russian billionaire Yuri Milner in Breakthrough Starshot.
Facebook is making Instant Articles available for all publishers and released an open-source, 360-degree camera.