The web forum is credited with spawning the Anonymous hacking collective.
Google has admitted fault in a crash between its self-driving cars and a bus.
The system determines personality traits of authors and predicts what they would write next.
The Atlas robot can navigate rough terrain and self-right itself if it falls.
Ad blockers and tech titans clashed over the use of ad-blocking apps at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
Google is testing a system that would let cars replenish their batteries without help from a human.
The VirtualSpeech app helps users practice public speaking in a virtual reality environment.
The money paid by big companies to EU states is top of the political agenda.
Twitter has closed down 125,000 accounts promoting extremism since last year.
The company formerly known as Google knocked Apple from the top spot.
It could fire the gun on a new race to the bottom for corporation tax, says John McDonnell.
The platform allows the contenders to share their views, photos, and videos while users search for relevant information.
German Klimenko insists U.S. companies will have to comply with Russian law eventually.
Google's AI algorithm has beaten a professional human player at the ancient Chinese board game Go.
Opposition leader asked Cameron why there is "one rule" for multinationals and "another" for ordinary workers.