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Commentary: Putting a paywall in front of a free service is a terrifying glimpse of what a world without net neutrality could look like.
As a new law goes into effect, the short-term rental site is required to deactivate all hosts who didn't register with the city.
Sundar Pichai warns that the next generation of workers will require continuous training in basic digital skills.
Plenty of options exist for streaming Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and the rest. We've reviewed almost all of them. Here are our picks.
It wasn't the big space rock grabbing headlines, but another asteroid came much closer to us without any fanfare this week.
A surf-patrolling drone designed to watch for sharks delivers a life-saving package to two distressed swimmers in Australia.
Why have a notch when you can put holes directly into the display?
These 20 cities have made the cut for Amazon’s new headquarters. We take a look at how they’ve tried to sweet-talk the massive company.
Commentary: Speakers with integrated voice assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant will soon become the norm, not the exception. Here's why.
The truck segment is seeing huge innovation as sales numbers rise, and we like the results.
The e-retailer expects to decide this year on the location for its second headquarters. These are the candidates.
It's the first plant in Volvo's vast network to reach this goal.
The nonprofit's cuts focus the Taiwan office more on regional priorities like an Android browser in Indonesia and less on global work to improve Firefox.
As a consortium led by Softbank closes a deal to buy a 20 percent stake in Uber, it's looking like some people are about to get very rich.
The decline in the number of country songs about specific pickup brands is finally explained.
A tweet teases something "awesome", but it's the official invite that lays on the hints.
Edward Snowden first revealed the programs, called Upstream and Prism, in 2013.
With automated homes and consumer-ready robots on the rise, are we ready and able to finally bring the future into the present?
The e-commerce titan reveals its shortlist of 20 candidate cities for its next major campus.
All-wheel drive drops that figure to 27.