It made Messenger a separate app and then turned it into a platform all its own
Valeo and Safran expect self-driving cars on the roads by 2020, but on the way they must navigate stop lights, pedestrians ... and cannons.
Google is providing sensor and software technology, not its robotics work
Efforts by companies including Starbucks and Spotify suggest potentially rich rewards, but it's early days
After Apple's introduction of USB Type C in the new MacBook, companies have announced peripherals and cables for the connector.
Slack has added two-factor authentication as a response.
Plus Halo comes to PC...sort of, and somebody breaks their Rainbow Six: Siege NDA in order to show you dudes fighting on an airplane. This is all the gaming news for the week of March 23.
A House committee approves a second bill, despite concerns about consumer privacy
The Chrome app launcher overhaul puts a greater emphasis on search and contextual information. It's in beta now if you want to try it.
Either VP Jonah Becker has gone to greener pastures or new CEO Cher Wang is cleaning house.
Certain shows on A&E, Lifetime, and LMN are effectively blacked out due to content rights issues.
The technology checks if attempts to use certain phone functions are accompanied by natural gestures users are expected to make.
After debuting on iOS and the web, Nuzzel's finally in the Play Store, helping you tame the flood of social media shares.