Companies are voicing support for the U.S. Supreme Court ruling across social media. Facebook has even released a filter for overlaying a rainbow on profile pictures.
Jing Wang orchestrated a multi-year insider trading scheme while a top official at the company, the DOJ says.
Apple device owners can get their iPhone, iPad or Watch replaced if it stays below 80 percent battery capacity.
The country joins a growing list of African nations using automated systems to fight corrupt bidding practices
It's another strange marketing move from OnePlus, which is trying to gain credibility while also hold onto its edge.
Plus Destiny tries to get you to drink sugar water, Project CARS 2 is a thing that exists, and...someone recreated the intro to PBS show Arthur in GTA V?
Several broadband providers have announced expansions since the FCC passed the regulations, Wheeler says
Work, play, and prospective dog friends: our roundup of new Android apps has it all.
Part Minecraft, part DayZ, part Gears of War—Epic's new game is a katamari wrapped up in other games.
Google Cloud Platform users can now store their code in the same environment in which it is run
The collaboration interface gets a nice cleanup, with less clutter when sending a file with others.
Lack of specialized training for developers and crypto libraries that are too complex lead to widespread encryption failures
A Dutch court won't take Facebook's word it has deleted data that could identify the person behind a now-deleted pseudonymous account from which a sex tape was posted, and wants the company to allow an independent expert to scour its systems for the missing information.